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BRAKING: The New Election Integrity Bill Passed By Arizona Senate

It was done with more stringent integrity measures.

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The election bill by the name SB 1241 will require such signature verification on ballots and tighten up other security measures during the voting process in the future.

“A person may not access any area where servers or hard drives that contain election-related data are stored unless the person is preapproved by or directly supervised by the county recorder or other officer in charge of elections,” the bill states.

you may find the full text of the bill in the following link:

https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2021/05/SB1241H.pdf


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Furthermore, “On receipt of the envelope containing the early ballot and the ballot affidavit, the county recorder or other officer in charge of elections shall compare the signatures thereon with the signature of the elector on the elector’s registration record,” it continues. ” If the signature is inconsistent with the elector’s signature on the elector’s registration record, the county recorder or other officer in charge of elections shall make reasonable efforts to contact the voter, advise the voter of the inconsistent signature and allow the voter to correct or the county to confirm the inconsistent signature.”

“The county recorder or other officer in charge of elections shall allow signatures to be corrected not later than the fifth business day after a primary, general or special election that includes a federal office or the third business day after any other election,” the legislation continues. “If satisfied that the signatures correspond, the recorder or other officer in charge of elections shall hold the envelope containing the early ballot and the completed affidavit unopened in accordance with the rules of the secretary of state.”

“The county recorder shall send a list of all voters who were issued early ballots to the election board of the precinct in which the voter is registered,” the bill also stipulates.

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