Voters Attracted To Ease Of Early Voting
Early ballots for August’s primary election are on the way to about a million Arizona voters. As more of the state’s residents choose to vote at the kitchen table instead of a school or church in the neighborhood, campaign strategies have been forced to change.
Political Scientist Pat Kenney, Dean of ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, says a lot of voters are attracted to the ease of early balloting.
And Stacy Pearson is a strategist from the Scottsdale-based UP Agency.