Today, polls will be open for traditional primary voting. But some of the tradition of primary elections could be going away. The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that state voters can decide on a wide-open primary election system, assuming the initiative gains enough valid signatures to be placed on the November ballot.

If voters do, in fact, approve the initiative, it would change the partisan primaries into a single primary. All candidates would run against each other, with the top vote-getters advancing to the general election regardless of party affiliation.



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