Inman said that in the January 2014 special election for Craighead County’s State Senate District 21, approximately half of all absentee ballots cast were disqualified. She attributed the disqualifications to a lack of voter education and information about Act 595 of 2013, which is the state’s new voter identification law. Inman placed blame on Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin. “Disqualification of those votes could have been prevented if Mark Martin had provided the proper leadership and voter education,” she said.
Martin, the Republican incumbent, has been criticized for spending irregularities, problems with voter registration, and political partisanship since early in his term as Secretary of State. In August, a Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge ruled Martin had violated state law by hiring private attorneys rather than using the Attorney General to represent and advise his office
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