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Judge rules Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote is not discriminatory

  • A federal judge upholds provisions of new Arizona laws that require voter verification and cross-checking of voter registration information with government databases.
  • U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton concludes that Arizona's interest in preventing voter fraud and promoting public confidence in elections outweighs the burden on voters. She states there was no evidence of intent to suppress voter registrations of minorities or naturalized citizens.
  • The ruling states that Arizona has required proof of citizenship since 2005 and the new laws aim to prevent non-citizens from registering or voting, although non-citizen voting in Arizona is quite rare.
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