Nov 09 2012

Latino Voters in Arizona Demand Their Votes Be Counted

Despite the fact that hundreds of thousands of provisional and early votes have yet to be counted in the Arizona race for Maricopa County Sheriff, the media has declared that Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been re-elected to a sixth term. As the vote count currently stands, Arpaio has gotten 88,000 more votes than his challenger, Democrat Paul Penzone. Yet, 300,000 provisional ballots have still not been counted and County officials are saying it will take up to ten days to finish the process.

Uprising host Sonali Kolhatkar spoke with Arturo Carmona, Executive Director of Presente Action on November 9, 2012

Watch a video of the interview here:

Bipasha Shom recorded this interview.

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One Response to “Latino Voters in Arizona Demand Their Votes Be Counted”

  1. craigon 20 Nov 2012 at 4:24 pm

    if they are citizens, count the ballots,,,, if not, trash them.