PHOENIX - Arizona lawmakers are scheduled to hold a hearing Monday, March 28 about Tuesday's presidential preference election.

Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell and Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan are invited to the hearing, hosted by the House Committee on Elections.

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On Wednesday, Purcell apologized for the decision to drastically cut the amount of polling places available in Maricopa County from 200 to 60, compared to four years ago.

According to a state agenda item, the Committee on Elections will discuss the selection and criteria used to determine polling places, the implications of the early voting list, and the process of how Independent registered voters participate.

There will also be public testimony.