The Supreme Court is continuing to review two provisions to an Arizona Voting Law, which have been challenged as unconstitutional.
One part of the state law requires that in-person Election Day voters cast their votes in their assigned precinct. Another provision says that only certain persons -- family, caregivers, mail carriers and elections officials -- may deliver another person's completed ballot to the polling place.
Since that decision, challengers to voting restrictions have increasingly turned to Section 2 of the law, that holds that no voting regulation can be imposed that "results in a denial or abridgment of the right of any citizen of the United States to vote on account of race or color." Democrats fear the new conservative majority on the court will now weaken Section 2.