Chaos Ensues After Maricopa County Cuts Number Of Polling Places From 200 To 60

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Unbelievably, the most populous county in Arizona cut the number of polling places from 200 to 60 for yesterday’s primary election, leaving voters standing in lines for 3 to 4 hours, in the heat. When the polls closed, there were still lines so long it was estimated that people would be waiting another 3 hours before…