November will mark the first general election in which Arizonans use a dual track voting system. The new method prevents Arizona from imposing citizenship requirements on voters using the federal form. But it does allow the state to mandate proof of citizenship for local elections. It comes from a voter approved initiative to crack down on fraudulent voting. But, as Arizona Public Radio’s Justin Regan reports, the new system is proving difficult for some first time voters.
Arizona Advocacy Networks Board President Marie Provine appeared on Inside Track to discuss the January 9th National Commision on Voting Rights Arizona hearing. Provine was a commissioner at the hearing.
Arizona's 3TV explores tax incentives given to corporations by AZ government.
AZAN Sam Wercinski discusses Clean Elections, increased PAC influence.
The Monday Political Face-Off features Sam Wercinski breaking down HB2593 and how it increases contribution amounts for privately funded candidates.