Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin is praising the State Supreme Court’s recent decision on voting machines used in Arkansas elections.

On Friday, April 5, Griffin issued a statement following the same day’s ruling by the Arkansas Supreme Court in Arkansas Voter Integrity Initiative v. Thurston affirming a lower court ruling that the voting machines used in Arkansas elections comply with state law.

This is a win for the voters and taxpayers of Arkansas as the State Supreme Court affirms what we’ve already known to be true: The voting process and machines used in Arkansas comply with state law. I thank the diligent work of Senior Assistant Attorney General Jordan Broyles in successfully defending the state in this matter,” said Griffin.