PHOENIX - Estimating an even higher number than initially thought, Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Thursday there are more than 631,000 early and provisional ballots statewide that have yet to be processed and counted.
Arizona's counties have until Nov. 16 to verify and process the remaining early and provisional ballots. A state canvass to certify official election results for federal, statewide and legislative races is scheduled Dec. 3.
Voters who had insufficient identification when they went to a polling place were allowed to cast a "conditional provisional" ballot.
They have until Nov. 13 to return to their county elections office with proper ID.
* This article actually says the 14th, another said the 13th. Play it safe!
Many people had to vote provisional because they had received an early ballot and either did not mail it or bring it with them to the poll. (sometimes they were surprised with this info). These people should have to do nothing but wait. I did see somewhere--unfortunately didn't save the location-- that about 40,000 of these were being processed per day and should be close to being complete.
For the "conditional provisional" (insufficient ID), they can probably assume many won't have the ID verified, so they won't have to count those. And they are waiting for that time to expire. If you voted (or know someone who did) provisionally - make sure they go down to the elections office with proper ID-- requirements are detailed here.
Apologies if its been mentioned already, search found nothing..
I just recieved a robo call presumably from the law group representing Yaz victims. I've noticed quite a bit of advertising lately about this as well. Now class action lawsuits are no news, but cold calling to join them is a new one on me. Its almost as if they just want to plant the idea that contraception is dangerous, and perhaps incidentally they might have to let you join this lawsuit too.
Never a word in call or ads about what went wrong with Yaz, that is, basically corporate bribery and conflict of interests at the FDA.
No It's all about the dangers of birth-control. Repeated over and over.
I think it's a setup. I called that place back. 1-317-559-5574 Indianapolis
A machine answered.
press 1 for removal from list.
press 2 for no obligation federal hardship programs.
Just wondered if I'm alone in thinking this, or if anyone knows more about this.