A hearing to discuss problems Arizona voters encountered during its primary ended in the arrest of two protestors last week, in what was the culmination of a four-hour long journey that included passionate calls for a revote and elected officials’ resignation. The issues discussed included five-hour-plus voting lines which resulted from a severe reduction in polling locations in Maricopa County. Many voters also discovered that although they had been previously registered as Democrat or Republican, their voter registration was suddenly inactive or they were listed with the wrong party. Since Arizona is a closed primary, this meant that many people were not able to vote at all. Will there be a revote?