Tuesday, November 8, 2016 is Election Day! Vote!
As of Monday morning, 72,105 ballots have been returned and processed in Yavapai County.
You can vote early. But voting often in one election is probably not a great idea!
Millennials Consistently Have the Lowest Election Turnout Among All Generations, and Experts Say Election Laws in Many States Aren’t Helping Young People Access the Polls
Election in November Brings New Voting Requirements in Many States Including Arizona
Right now the tally is 520,425 ‘Yes’ votes to 503,659 ‘No’ votes, which looks like a victory for Proposition 123.
Arizona’s Electronic Ballot Mailing System Was Updated in 2014 to Accept Returned Ballots Via Internet for Military
The Supreme Court Affirmed Arizona’s Legislative District Boundaries, Turning Aside Challengers Who Claimed the Varying Populations in the Districts Violated the One-Person, One-Vote Principle
Despite Being Focused on Arizona, Many of the Signatures Appeared to Come from Residents of Other States