The Arizona election audit found more than 23,344 mail-in ballots cast by voters using a prior address and over 5,000 votes from people who may have voted in multiple counties, auditors revealed yesterday.
'This report reveals the potential for errors and fraud is extremely high with mail ballots and automatic voter registration. Of course, some in Congress are trying to mandate both automatic vote by mail and automatic voter registration.'
'You should not assume that if you abandon the practices that have made it easier for people to vote, that abandonment is not going to get scrutiny from the Department of Justice,' a DOJ official warned.
On Tuesday, the Republican-led state Senate passed Senate Bill 1, which requires absentee voters to provide a form of identification, like a driver’s license or social security number. Senators also moved forward with legislation earlier this week to ban transgender biological males from competing against females.