Navajo voters in one Arizona County see their ballots rejected more frequently. Here's what would fix that.

Some Arizona counties that include parts of the Navajo Nation have set up voting centers, central locations where residents can come to vote in-person regardless of what precinct they are assigned to. The centers have helped reduce the number of provisional ballots cast on the reservation, which faces significant voting barriers due to distance, transportation access, and spotty mail and internet service, and other counties with reservation land are now pushing to establish their own voting centers.

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