When it comes to efforts to restrict voting access, Arizona is the Georgia of the West. Republicans in Arizona’s state legislature have introduced nearly two dozen bills that would make it harder to vote. No state other than Georgia has proposed more voting restrictions in the aftermath of the 2020 election—a contest in which, not coincidentally, Arizona and Georgia were the two traditionally red states to flip blue.
Here’s what the top Reddit comment for this submission has to say:
“I find Sinema’s actions here totally incomprehensible given that voter restrictions threaten her hold on her senate seat. Even if she doesn’t have interest in helping her constituents, you would think she’d at least be acting out of self-interest. it’s honestly baffling”, says Cramius on Reddit (a popular social app on the web).
We don’t disagree, and the community in Arizona needs to step up against injustice and prejudice, as well as decisions that do not coincide with general quality of life for its residents. .
Read more on Reddit: Arizona Is Rolling Back Voting Rights, and Kyrsten Sinema Is Refusing to Stop It