Jail voting there is scant, despite the state’s anticipated importance as a potential swing state in the general election.
The Right to Vote A decade before Kahsai entered Arizona’s jail system, Joe Watson found himself inside Lower Buckeye Jail in Maricopa County.
They resolved to start with Maricopa County, the fourth-largest county in the nation and where all eight of the people who voted during the 2018 midterms hailed from.
Kathren Coleman, deputy recorder for communications for the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, maintained that her office communicated with the sheriff’s office throughout the process.
A global pandemic might not have been on county officials’ minds a few months ago, but jail voting should have been.

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