The purpose of this paper is twofold: 1) to provide a proper examination of the aforementioned questions within the context of United States and Arizona politics, and 2) to give substance to the claim that the tension between ballot accessibility and election integrity is not necessarily insurmountable. Data presented in various peer reviewed scholarly research papers from students and professors at Princeton, the University of Delaware, Tufts University, the University of Chicago and other institutions of higher learning illustrate how accessibility and integrity are not mutually exclusive.
Joe Pitts, Program Director, Arizona Junior Fellows
Taylor Hersch, Intern, Arizona Junior Fellows
Stephen Matter, Intern, Arizona Junior Fellows
Flannery Sloan, Junior Fellow
Jake Salas, Junior Fellow
Nalani Sommer, Junior Fellow
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