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Ryan Heinsius

 Arizona's top election official is asking lawmakers to let counties run elections entirely by mail later this year if it's necessary to protect election workers and voters from the coronavirus outbreak. 

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Reacting to tech troubles in this weeks’ presidential caucuses in Iowa, Nevada Democrats have scrapped plans to use similar technology at their caucuses in less than three weeks.

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has asked the Supreme Court to keep in place a state law that prohibits voters from delivering other people's mail ballots to the polls.

Navajo Nation

County officials in Utah have agreed to pay $2.6 million to the Navajo Nation following a voting rights case that reconfigured voting districts.

Utah Court Pool

A Utah county has decided not to pursue further appeal after a federal appeals court upheld newly drawn voting districts that led to the first majority-Navajo commission in the county.

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