What Was Behind The Long Lines At Arizona Polls?
This week, in Maricopa County — where Phoenix is located — voters waited in long lines to vote in Arizona’s primary. That’s because officials there cut the number of polling places from 200 to 60 in order to save money.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks to Fernanda Santos of The New York Times about how Arizona voters coped, and what caused the major delays.
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