Proof of Citizenship No Longer a Voting Req in AZ: New ruling overturns 2004 law

Arizona’s citizens are no longer required to prove US citizenship to vote, though they are still required to show identification. This new ruling came from a federal appeals court decision on Oct. 26. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and Secretary of State Ken Bennett called the decision “an outrage and a slap in the face to all Arizonans who care about the integrity of their elections.”

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