Hobbs' panel meets in secret, recommends changes to Arizona election laws

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  • Source: Tucson.com
  • 07/28/2023
A governor's task force meeting behind closed doors approved recommending 20 changes to election laws, a secrecy decision Gov. Katie Hobbs' spokesman is defending.

"We want people to vote in a very private manner and speak their minds freely'' on the task force, said Christian Slater, publicist for the Democratic governor. He said that's why reporters and the public were not invited to attend Thursday's session — the second full meeting of the Governor's Bipartisan Elections Task Force — at which vice-chair Helen Purcell said the members approved 20 of 22 proposals.

The Governor's Office instead made task force members available for several questions after the session.

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