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Arizona votes are now counted, but election drama will go on – Cronkite News

With Maricopa County saying that it had finished its vote count, it appeared Monday that Arizona’s midterm had reached a milestone – no votes left to count – but the ordeal is far from over. The races for Arizona’s superintendent of public instruction, attorney general and state representative for district 13 are headed for automatic recounts. And


Election Day 2020: From the Prescott Police Department

The Prescott Police Department would like to take this opportunity to reach out to our community prior to Election Day to provide information and assure our community that we are dedicated to protecting our democracy.  Our Department is fully committed to fair and impartial policing on Election Day.  Our officers perform their duties impartially and


7 common mistakes to avoid when voting

As Election Day looms, the biggest worry for many Arizona voters is whether their votes will be counted. Ballot rejection is a possibility. Voters may forget to sign mail-in ballots, use the wrong color ink to mark the ballot and mail an early ballot too late for delivery by Nov. 3. Thousands of Arizona residents

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