There might be some who would argue otherwise, but let me put it this way. Isn't it a little too convenient that in the first presidential election cycle after the 'conservative' supreme court gutted the voting rights act, that a red state just so happened to cut 70% of the polling locations in it's one blue (and, white minority) county? Which just so happened to include the largest city in the state, Phoenix. I don't buy that it was purely about "cost savings". I know, I know, its only a primary. But what if this trend grows during the general election? https://www.washingtonpost.com/opin...84e856-f2c0-11e5-85a6-2132cf446d0a_story.html also, I do think that Bernie could have won the state if it wasn't for this.