Today the Supreme Court delivered a victory to voting rights advocates who have been fighting a number of recent state laws that make it more difficult to vote.
Justices struck down an Arizona law requiring voters to show proof of citizenship to register to vote.
Yuma County recorder Robyn Stallworth-Pouquette says the ruling will have little effect on how the County runs its elections.
“I believe the ruling doesn’t change what we do, from an administrative standpoint,” she says. “Your driver’s license is proof of citizenship in Arizona, and this is the document most people use when they register to vote.”