Arizona: Senate Passes Same Day Voter Registration Prohibition Bill – IOTW Report

Arizona: Senate Passes Same Day Voter Registration Prohibition Bill

AZ Daily Independent:
Arizona Sate Rep. Jake Hoffman’s election integrity bill, HB2237, which prohibits same day voter registration, is headed to Governor Doug Ducey’s desk after the Senate passed it on Tuesday.

The bill also makes registering a person to vote on election day and deeming the newly registered person eligible to vote in that election, a class 6 felony.

State law prohibits a voter from voting in an election unless they have been “registered to vote as a resident and the registration has been received by the county recorder or recorder’s designee before midnight 29 days before the election (A.R.S. § 16-120).” more

6 Comments on Arizona: Senate Passes Same Day Voter Registration Prohibition Bill

  1. I remember an episode of “All in the Family” when Archie was turned away at the poll because he hadn’t registered in a while.

  2. President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

    A step in the right direction.

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  3. Several years ago I had decided to vote in person here in Phoenix but was told I wasn’t on their voter list. I showed my ID as required and I had a voter card but had to use a provisional ballot. I had been voting by mail from my home address for years, my voter card was for the same address and the polls I was at is the one that was listed on my voter info. Never figured it out so I kept mail-in voting but I turn in my ballot at the polls. I get an email telling me my ballot was received and tallied. Gotta be some serious cheating crap going on to get around the safeguards I’ve been subject to.

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