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Days before the Election, Arizona Absentee Ballot Harvesting Law at the 9th Circuit

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1.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Days before the Election, Arizona Absentee Ballot Harvesting Law at the 9th Circuit , Election Administration,Vote Fraud News

Days before the Election, Arizona Absentee Ballot Harvesting Law at the 9th Circuit

In case you weren’t following it, the Arizona v. Feldman case is still at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals with a last minute gasp request for en banc review of the case. The Purcell doctrine should be in play as we head into the last week of the election. If accepted by the Court and argument and any opinion may come out within literally hours in the election. The 3 judge panel found no violation of the Voting Rights Act and confirmed the regulatory interest of the state to prevent absentee voter fraud and the perception of fraud.  Arizona and 15 other states have laws that prohibit ballot harvesting.


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