DOJ haggles with AZ over same law FL passed

Arizona has yanked a Section 5 submission from DOJ regarding how third party groups may treat voter registration forms after they harvest them.  These laws are intended to prevent the forms from being lost and thus disenfranchising the voter on election day who appears at the polls to vote.  Many dislike the restrictions on the third party groups.  Multiple guilty pleas around the nation have come from fraudulent misconduct regarding this activity.

Not long ago, Florida Secretary of State Browning yanked a submission from DOJ because it appeared to him Florida wasn’t going to get a fair hearing on a similar submission.  Expect Arizona now to go to federal court.  And it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if Arizona attacked the constitutionality of Section 5 as applied in this instance. 

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