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Many of the baseless election claims center on the electronic tabulation machines, with claims ranging from assertions that they aren’t accurate to them being designed to 'flip' votes to Democratic candidates.

It’s Election Day, and while many voters in Arizona have already cast their early ballots via mail, there’s still time to drop off your ballot or to vote in person. Read more»

False claims and conspiracy theories — particularly those aimed at the integrity of U.S. elections — have been bouncing around in partisan echo chambers for at least two years.

Many states don’t start counting mail ballots until after polls close, and some continue to accept them for days after Election Day if they are postmarked by that date - but unfounded claims persist that mail ballots lead to rampant fraud and, if counted after Election Day, are suspect. Read more»

In Arizona, more than 313,000 voters had already cast early ballots through Oct. 24, representing about 7.6% of all registered voters.

Roughly 9.4 million Americans have already voted in the midterm elections - within states releasing the data, 2.6 million people have voted in person while 6.8 million have returned mail-in ballots - and another 41.6 million voters have requested mail-in ballots. Read more»