Even before Detroit's bankruptcy, there was an "Us vs. Them" attitude between the city and its suburbs.
Submitting other's early ballots might become a felony
A bill approved Monday in the Arizona Senate, would make it a felony for members of a political group to submit a voter's ballot on their behalf, although a family member could still deliver the vote. Supporters of the measure say it's an effort to fight voter interference. Opponents, like Senator Steve Gallardo, see that measure and a companion, that removes inactive mail-in voters from the voting rolls differently.
particular approach only will attempt to, unfortunately, disenfranchise many
voters in the state of
The bills now go to the Arizona House.