We must invest in our security systems to prevent it before it’s too late.

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Protecting voter registration information is the number one priority for my Office’s cybersecurity team. That’s why we’ve been concerned with inaccurate reports regarding our voting equipment and the potential exposure of registration data. We have made a number of upgrades in Arizona’s plan for election integrity and those improvements have enhanced the security of your …

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ASK the Arizona State Archive!

Arizona State Archive

Researching Arizona’s amazing history was just made easier with the launch of the Arizona State Knowledge Center, or ASK according to Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Building on her tradition to fundamentally transform the way the public accesses information, Secretary Reagan announced the launch of an innovative web based portal that allows users to explore …

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Explore the Digital Arizona Library (DAZL)

School is back in session, and along with school comes book reports and history projects. This year, help your child succeed with the resources found here at the Digital Arizona Library (DAZL). With the Online Reference Resources your child can find images, articles, magazines, and scholarly journals to help with any project or report. The Arizona …

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Return Your Early Ballot!

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Only a few days remain for you to return your early ballot! Before you send back in by August 25, take a moment to visit www.Arizona.Vote, our dedicated elections website to find information related to the upcoming August 30 election. From candidates to polling places we’ve got everything you need to know before you cast …

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Mercury game hosts mock election for 4,000 kids

Phoenix Mercury Mock Election with Secretary of State Michele Reagan

 Kaila White, The Republic | azcentral.com Some with popcorn and slushies in hand, most dressed in school uniforms of khaki and plaid, the children lined up to scan their official ballots into a voting machine under a “concessions” sign. Two or three times a year, thousands of kids take a field trip to see the …

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