During last night’s primary, Arizona election officials just showed America what textbook voter suppression looks like.
Consider: 2012 primary had 300,000 voters and 200 polling places. 2016 primary has estimated 800,000 voters at 60 polling places. #12News
— JOE DANA (@JoeDanaReports) March 23, 2016
- Lines were so long people literally spent an entire work day waiting in line
- Clear voter suppression in Latino neighborhoods
- Democrats mistakenly registered as independents, given provisional ballots
- Suspicious evacuations of county buildings at peak voting times
- Calling Arizona for Hillary Clinton while people were still in line