Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey defends state’s election integrity

On Monday, following Arizona’s certification of the November 3rd election results, Gov. Doug Ducey took to Twitter to defend the state’s electoral process and voting system.

Ducey has repeatedly defended Arizona’s long-standing mail-in voting system. At the Oval Office with President Donald Trump in August of this year, he said that “we’ve established a system that works and can be trusted.”

Joe Pitts

Joe Pitts is a student at Arizona State University and the program director for Business Ballot; executive director for the Arizona Junior Fellows program. You can reach him at jpitts@azchamber.com.

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