Governor Katie Hobbs Signs HB2785, Ensuring Free, Fair, And Secure Elections In Arizona

Phoenix, AZ ~ Phoenix, AZ - In a historic move, Governor Katie Hobbs has officially signed HB2785, a bipartisan compromise aimed at protecting voting rights and ensuring fair and secure elections in Arizona. The bill, which addresses the state's election timeline issue, was the result of months of negotiations between the Governor's Office and both Democratic and Republican lawmakers.

The signing ceremony was held today, with Governor Hobbs expressing her pride in the bipartisan effort to safeguard democracy in Arizona. "With this bill, we are making sure every eligible Arizonan can have their voice heard at the ballot box," she stated. "We protected voters' rights, we kept partisan priorities out, and we demonstrated to the country that democracy in our state is strong."

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The compromise bill received support from both sides of the aisle in the legislature, with Republicans and Democrats setting aside their differences to deliver a crucial victory for the people of Arizona. Governor Hobbs expressed her hope that this spirit of bipartisanship will continue as they work together for the betterment of their state.

This marks the first bipartisan bill signed by Governor Hobbs this legislative session, with more expected to follow. A transmittal letter was also released alongside the signing of HB2785.

The signing of this bill is seen as a significant step towards ensuring fair and secure elections in Arizona while protecting citizens' right to vote. It serves as an example of how political parties can come together for the greater good and put aside partisan politics.

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