Republican voter suppression/election bills are advancing in the AZ legislature. If you click on the bill number in the list below, a pdf summary of the bill will appear.
What can we do?
BILLS THAT HAVE PASSED ONE HOUSE:
SB1105 Increases, from 100 to 200 words, the length of an initiative or referendum description included on initiative and referendum petitions. House Government & Elections – March 10, 2021
HB2054 Requires, rather than allows, the Secretary of State to compare records of deaths with the statewide voter registration database. Senate Rules – March 08, 2021
BILLS UP FOR FINAL VOTE IN SENATE:
SB1713 Requires an early ballot affidavit to fit inside the return envelope and requires a voter to include their date of birth and certain permissible forms of identification with the affidavit in the return envelope. Senate – Third Reading – March 08, 2021
ADVANCING SILLY BILLS:
HB2310 Allows Legislative Council, on request of a member of the Legislature, to review a Presidential executive order and recommend that the Attorney General (AG) further examine the order to determine the legality of the order. Requires the AG, on a determination that a Presidential executive order is illegal, to file declaratory judgement action in federal district court. Senate Government – March 08, 2021
HCR2002 Declares the Legislature’s support for maintaining nine justices on the Supreme Court of the United States (Supreme Court). Senate Judiciary – March 11, 2021