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The Arizona House has voted down a contentious bill that would have required voters to include identification when casting mail ballots. 

  

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A subcontractor working on a Republican-led audit of the 2020 election results in Arizona’s largest county has dropped out of the project. 

  

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The audit of election results in Arizona's largest county could have been done by an experienced election auditor. 

  

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Arizona’s top elections official says voting machines from the state's most populous county should not be used after they were handed over to state Senate Republicans for an audit of the 2020 election results.

  

Ryan Heinsius / KNAU

Gov. Doug Ducey has signed at least a dozen voting bills into law during this legislative session. Republicans say they make elections more secure and efficient, but according to tribal leaders, some of the measures are nothing more than attempts at voter suppression following former President Donald Trump’s loss in Arizona last year. Tribes worry the new laws combined with language barriers, the remoteness of reservations and even poor road conditions will disenfranchise Indian Country voters, especially elders. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius spoke with Democratic state Rep. Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren, whose district includes the Navajo Nation, of which she’s a member.


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