Hensley signals legal action over vote-everywhere law


The Senate's top Democrat said Friday he's considering legal action to force the Republican secretary of state to implement a law allowing voters to cast ballots anywhere in the county where they reside.

Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley told reporters that he thinks Secretary of State Scott Schwab is intentionally slowing down the administrative process required to implement the law.

"As much as anything else, I think Scott Schwab is dragging his feet because he doesn't support the policy," Hensley said.

"If that's the case, he ought to tell people that, and he ought to ask . . .


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