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    Default Arizona bill would allow legislature to overturn election results

    An arch conservative member of Arizona's state House of Representatives has proposed a mammoth overhaul of the state's voting procedures that would allow legislators to overturn the results of a primary or general election after months of unfounded allegations and partisan audits.

    The bill, introduced by Rep. John Fillmore (R), would substantially change the way Arizonans vote by eliminating most early and absentee voting and requiring people to vote in their home precincts, rather than at vote centers set up around the state.

    Most dramatically, Fillmore's bill would require the legislature to hold a special session after an election to review election processes and results, and to "accept or reject the election results."

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...lts/ar-AATcHtb
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    The second law of the modern day Republican Party is:

    If you cannot win fairly...CHEAT.

    The first law, of course, is:

    I've got mine, fuck you.

    So...what else is new?
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    Quote Originally Posted by guno View Post
    An arch conservative member of Arizona's state House of Representatives has proposed a mammoth overhaul of the state's voting procedures that would allow legislators to overturn the results of a primary or general election after months of unfounded allegations and partisan audits.

    The bill, introduced by Rep. John Fillmore (R), would substantially change the way Arizonans vote by eliminating most early and absentee voting and requiring people to vote in their home precincts, rather than at vote centers set up around the state.

    Most dramatically, Fillmore's bill would require the legislature to hold a special session after an election to review election processes and results, and to "accept or reject the election results."

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...lts/ar-AATcHtb
    Guess if you can't win honestly on your merits, cheating is the thing to do.

    Why even bother with elections then? Why not just tell the citizens "Nope, not this year. We know what's best for you so we're going to install ___, ___, ___, and ___."

    They should also require all ballots be in Russian, just to make it authentic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guno View Post
    An arch conservative member of Arizona's state House of Representatives has proposed a mammoth overhaul of the state's voting procedures that would allow legislators to overturn the results of a primary or general election after months of unfounded allegations and partisan audits.

    The bill, introduced by Rep. John Fillmore (R), would substantially change the way Arizonans vote by eliminating most early and absentee voting and requiring people to vote in their home precincts, rather than at vote centers set up around the state.

    Most dramatically, Fillmore's bill would require the legislature to hold a special session after an election to review election processes and results, and to "accept or reject the election results."

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...lts/ar-AATcHtb
    from your link.....
    requiring people to vote in their home precincts
    isn't the need for this obvious?.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    from your link.....


    isn't the need for this obvious?.....
    No, it's not. It's a blatant requirement to keep university students from voting.

    Of course that will backfire on them when they realize that ppl who have to travel within state as part of their business won't be able to vote. Bet a lot of those are (R) voters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    The second law of the modern day Republican Party is:

    If you cannot win fairly...CHEAT.

    The first law, of course, is:

    I've got mine, fuck you.

    So...what else is new?
    tell us how this law would be "cheating"?......
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    No, it's not. It's a blatant requirement to keep university students from voting.

    Of course that will backfire on them when they realize that ppl who have to travel within state as part of their business won't be able to vote. Bet a lot of those are (R) voters.
    that's why there are absentee ballots......that should be the no-brainer....
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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    that's why there are absentee ballots......that should be the no-brainer....
    Fillmore's bill would require the legislature to hold a special session after an election to review election processes and results, and to "accept or reject the election results."
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    Arizona bill would allow legislature to overturn election results
    Republicans no longer even try to deny they are fascists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Republicans no longer even try to deny they are fascists.
    Fully agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guno View Post
    An arch conservative member of Arizona's state House of Representatives has proposed a mammoth overhaul of the state's voting procedures that would allow legislators to overturn the results of a primary or general election after months of unfounded allegations and partisan audits.

    The bill, introduced by Rep. John Fillmore (R), would substantially change the way Arizonans vote by eliminating most early and absentee voting and requiring people to vote in their home precincts, rather than at vote centers set up around the state.

    Most dramatically, Fillmore's bill would require the legislature to hold a special session after an election to review election processes and results, and to "accept or reject the election results."

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...lts/ar-AATcHtb
    Im opposed only because we know you miserable animals would use it every time you didn't get your way. It's like the filibuster. Shitbag Schumer loved it 20 years ago now it's a threat to democracy. Lmfao

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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    that's why there are absentee ballots......that should be the no-brainer....
    Read the OP again. They are trying to eliminate absentee voting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatFowlWoman View Post
    Guess if you can't win honestly on your merits, cheating is the thing to do.
    Good of you to finally admit it, Fatso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatFowlWoman View Post
    No, it's not. It's a blatant requirement to keep university students from voting..
    What a big, fat liar you are, Fatso:

    A. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER LAW, ALL PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS IN THIS STATE SHALL BE CONDUCTED IN STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE FOLLOWING:

    1. A VOTER MAY NOT RECEIVE OR VOTE A BALLOT UNLESS THE VOTER HAS PRESENTED VALID STATE-ISSUED IDENTIFICATION.

    2. EXCEPT FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS AS PRESCRIBED BY SECTION 16-541:

    (a) ALL VOTING SHALL OCCUR ON ELECTION DAY ONLY.

    (b) ALL BALLOTS SHALL BE CAST IN PERSON BY THE VOTER AT THE VOTER'S ELECTION PRECINCT POLLING PLACE.

    3. ALL BALLOTS SHALL BE COUNTED BY HAND AND CANVASSED AND THE RETURNS MADE WITHIN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AFTER THE POLLS ARE CLOSED.

    B. EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY SUBSECTION A OF THIS SECTION, ALL PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS SHALL BE CONDUCTED AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY LAW.

    B. A VOTER SHALL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING REASONS:

    1. THE VOTER EXPECTS TO BE OUTSIDE THIS STATE AT THE TIME OF THE ELECTION.

    2. THE VOTER IS PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO GO TO THE POLLS BECAUSE THE VOTER IS HOSPITALIZED OR IN A NURSING HOME.

    3. THE VOTER HAS A VISUAL IMPAIRMENT.

    4. THE VOTER IS AN ABSENT UNIFORMED SERVICES VOTER OR OVERSEAS VOTER AS DEFINED IN THE UNIFORMED AND OVERSEAS CITIZENS ABSENTEE VOTING ACT (P.L. 99-410; 52 UNITED STATES CODE SECTION 20310) OR A SPOUSE OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER OF THE ABSENT UNIFORMED SERVICES VOTER OR OVERSEAS VOTER.

    https://www.azleg.gov/legtext/55leg/2R/bills/HB2596P.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Republicans no longer even try to deny they are fascists.
    Republicans are the enemies of the US. They're in full blown meltdown mode. It's sickening.

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