Arizona Voters Heading to the Polls on Election Day, Officials Expecting Late Spike in Numbers

TUCSON, Ariz.—If there was one constant in the Arizona primary, Democrats tended to vote by mail, Republicans in-person.
At least, that’s the way it was at the polling place at Ellie Towne Flowing Wells Community Center in Tucson, a city where the partisan voter split is roughly 50/50 Republican versus Democrat.
According to the City of Tucson website, a total of 286,203 ballots in six precincts were mailed in the 2022 primary on Aug. 2.
Among Republican voters, the issue boiled down to trust—or distrust—in the electoral system.
Sallie Grumka of Tucson, Ariz., said she voted a straight America First Republican ticket in the Arizona primary on Aug. 2, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)
Many opted to vote in person to cast their ballots correctly, said precinct poll director Heather Scott….

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