PHOENIX — Despite massive turnout for early voting, elections are going pretty smoothly in the battleground state of Arizona.
Maricopa County, the nation’s second-largest voting jurisdiction and where a majority of the state’s population lives, has processed over 1.2 million ballots.
That surpassed the 2016 general election total of early votes cast.
Most of the votes come via mail ballots, which can be mailed or dropped off at secure drop boxes and voting locations around the county.
The county recorder's office began tabulation last week.
A big turnout will test the county's elections department, which was revamped with more staff and new machines last year.
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