Arizona Audit Recommends Universal Voter ID—Just Like We’ve Been Saying for Years
By the AZ Free Enterprise Club |
Easy to vote and hard to cheat. That should be the benchmark for every single election we have.
Voters should not have to choose between having a secure election or having an accessible election. They can have both. And in Arizona, we’ve certainly made our elections accessible.
But that hasn’t always been the case with the security of our elections. And the results of the Arizona audit issued in September show just that.
- 5,047 people voted in more than one county.
- Just under 28,000 ballots were possibly cast by voters who had moved prior to the election.
- More than 17,000 Early Voting Ballots were duplicates.
These are significant issues that need to be addressed. Thankfully, the audit report made multiple recommendations that are common-sense election integrity policies.
And the most important one is something we’ve been saying for years…