TODAY: Arizona Leaders Defend Early Voting From AZ GOP Attacks

For Immediate Release
Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Contact: Hannah Goss,

ADVISORY: Arizona Leaders Defend Early Voting From AZ GOP Attacks 
#AZSen GOP Candidates Join Opposition to Arizona’s Popular Voting System
PHOENIX — TODAY at 12:00 pm local time, Arizona leaders will hold a press conference to call out the GOP Senate primary candidates for standing with the Arizona GOP’s lawsuit to upend Arizona’s early voting system.

Jim Lamon and Blake Masters are refusing to defend a longstanding system that they themselves have utilized — all to score cheap political points. Even Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who is vying for the support of the election conspiracy-theorist wing of the Republican Party, “sidestepped” saying whether or not Arizona’s early voting system is constitutional.

With this extremist lawsuit, Republicans from the top of the ticket in the Senate primary down to the local level are threatening to dismantle the Arizona way of voting. As the GOP Senate candidates work to eliminate our safe, secure, and overwhelmingly popular early voting system, they’re proving just how unfit they are to represent Arizonans in the U.S. Senate.
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WHAT: Press conference to call out the Senate primary candidates for standing with the Arizona GOP’s attack on our state’s tradition of early voting.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 16th at 12:00 – 12:30 pm MST
WHERE: Arizona State Capitol, Senate Lawn, 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • ADP Chair and State Senator Raquel Terán, Legislative District 30
  • State Senator Theresa Hatathlie, Legislative District 7
  • Saundra Cole, President of the Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans
  • Sergeant Caleb Hayter, U.S Marine Corps veteran


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