Meetings Begin To Improve Election Process

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors will begin meetings this week to come up with some fixes for the county's long-suffering election system.  In addition to slow ballot counting, the county has been dealing with equipment malfunctions, poll worker shortages, and a variety of logistical problems.  

The board chairman, Republican Steve Chucri, tells the Arizona Republic that they may end up taking some election responsibilities away from Democratic County Recorder Adrian Fontes.  

Chucri says they're not placing blame, just trying to make the Maricopa County election process work more efficiently.

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