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Why Arizona’s ballot count takes longer than Florida’s

Summary by Ground News
Arizona voters took advantage of late voting this year more than ever before. Maricopa County received 290,000 mail-in ballots on Election Day, the most ever. Florida law requires, with some exceptions, counties to finish counting early ballots by 7 p.m.
Published 3 months ago

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Why Arizona’s ballot count takes longer than Florida’s

Why can’t Arizona count ballots as quickly as Florida? In the last few days, this has become a common refrain

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Why Arizona’s ballot count takes longer than Florida’s

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