We voted once and it didn't go so well. So why not try it again?
A revote of last week's presidential preference election has been bandied about by would-be voters upset by the outcome: long lines, hard-to-find parking and confused voter registration.
Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo told the House Elections Committee on Monday that the Legislature should seriously consider a revote.
But it wouldn't be so simple, election attorneys say. And given the supervisors' 4-1 vote Wednesday to approve the canvass of the March 22 presidential preference election results, Gallardo's hope for an extra day of voting for disenfranchised Maricopa County voters seems remote.