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Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:28 PM

ARIZONA “conditional provisional” voters deadline Nov. 14, to visit their county elections office

until the end of Wednesday, Nov. 14, to return to their county elections office with proper ID.

Ballot Processing – County Update – Nov. 13

Secretary Bennett has announced that as of Tuesday afternoon, there are an estimated 324,362 early and provisional ballots statewide that are yet to be processed and counted.
A state canvass to certify official election results for federal, statewide and legislative races is scheduled for Dec. 3.

Voters who cast a “conditional provisional” ballot
(individuals had insufficient identification when they went to vote at a polling place)
have five business days, or until the end of Wednesday, Nov. 14,
to return to their county elections office with proper ID.

County Uncounted early ballots Provisional ballots
Apache 0 0
Cochise 6,795 2,326
Coconino 5,700 5,300
Gila 2,134 1,285
Graham 0 2
Greenlee 0 2
La Paz 395 415
Maricopa 93,000 122,000
Mohave 2,680 4,228
Navajo 0 2,285
Pima 4,000 27,000
Pinal 20,000 7,437
Santa Cruz 0 0
Yavapai 4,700 3,000
Yuma 7,439 2,239

Ballots to be counted totals 146,843 177,519

GRAND TOTAL 324,362

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Reply ARIZONA “conditional provisional” voters deadline Nov. 14, to visit their county elections office (Original post)
Coyotl Nov 2012 OP
Coyotl Nov 2012 #1
ellisonz Nov 2012 #2
Xipe Totec Nov 2012 #3
ProudProgressiveNow Nov 2012 #5
Xipe Totec Nov 2012 #9
Coyotl Nov 2012 #4
Filibuster Harry Nov 2012 #6
Mr. Sparkle Nov 2012 #7
Coyotl Nov 2012 #8
Mr. Sparkle Nov 2012 #10
Coyotl Nov 2012 #11

Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:31 PM

1. Arizona Races Up in Air as Ballot Count Continues

Arizona Races Up in Air as Ballot Count Continues
Nov 14, 2012, 2:16 p.m. ET - http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324595904578117962771953712.html

By TAMARA AUDI

PHOENIX—Arizona elections officials continued chipping away at a mountain of uncounted ballots, but a week after the election more than 324,000 uncounted ballots remained, leaving final results up in the air and prompting protests from the Latino community.

At least one high-profile contest remains in the balance: the closely watched congressional race between incumbent Democrat Ron Barber—the chosen successor to former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords—and Republican Martha McSally. As of Tuesday evening, 829 votes separated the candidates, with Mr. Barber ahead.

Many candidates with large leads—such as Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Flake and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio—have declared victory while their opponents conceded.

But state election officials cautioned that with so many uncounted ballots they couldn't confirm the outcome of any races. The state plans to release its official results Dec. 3,....

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Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:37 PM

2. ...

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Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:37 PM

3. Why is Maricopa, Sheriff Joe (dumbshit) Arpaio's County so out of proportion?


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Response to Xipe Totec (Reply #3)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:45 PM

5. Maricopa County is 66% of the state population.....

plus it is crooked as hell....

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Response to ProudProgressiveNow (Reply #5)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:56 PM

9. Thanks, I did not know that

About the population density.

As for the crooked,... well...

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Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:38 PM

4. Arizona, We Have a Problem: Hundreds of Thousands of Votes Remain Uncounted

Arizona, We Have a Problem: Hundreds of Thousands of Votes Remain Uncounted
http://politic365.com/2012/11/14/arizona-we-have-a-problem-hundreds-of-thousands-of-votes-remain-uncounted/

Voter suppression efforts across the country made headlines prior to the election. More than a week later, Arizona may be showing itself as the poster child and prototype of the impact of disenfranchisement.

By most accounts, the race for Maricopa County Sheriff in Arizona was a slam dunk for incumbent Joe Arpaio despite massive voter registration and get out the vote efforts aimed at ousting the notorious lawman. Rachel Torres, a researcher with UNITE HERE! in Phoenix, told Politic365 via phone interview that the young people she works with registered about 30,000 people. Organizers now are pushing back in the Grand Canyon State, advocating for people they helped get to polls but whose votes may be among the hundreds of thousands of uncounted ballots.

Provisional ballots seem be at the crux of what some are saying is voter suppression .......

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Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:49 PM

6. get to work arizona

Let's go Arizona. You better get to work and finish counting those ballots.

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Response to Coyotl (Original post)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:50 PM

7. 177,519 Provisional ballots, if not counted, is enough to swing any election.

I hope these people turn up to get their vote counted, but i have a feeling the majority wont, now that the President has won.

How could the number of provisional ballots be so high? It sounds like voter fraud through the back door.

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Response to Mr. Sparkle (Reply #7)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 02:54 PM

8. Part of the Republican War on Voting is suppression of voters at the polls, esp. the ID part

So they force everyone they can to vote provisional and thereby, lacking proper ID at the polling place, force them to go to the county courthouse or not be counted

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Response to Coyotl (Reply #8)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 03:07 PM

10. Is there any estimate on the amount of ballots, that will be discarded at the end of the day?

i am sure the campaigns are looking at this closely as there is still tight races going on.

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Response to Mr. Sparkle (Reply #10)

Wed Nov 14, 2012, 03:59 PM

11. I have yet to find that data. Perhaps too soon still to know.

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