Election Day – November 3
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AZ Legislative District 18
My name is Sean Bowie, and I am proud to represent Legislative District 18 in the Arizona State Senate. LD18 includes Ahwatukee, south Tempe, west Chandler, and southwest Mesa.
My #1 focus as your state senator is to restore education funding and strengthen our schools.
With positive collaboration, we can change to a better direction for Arizona. We need to restore education funding and restore accountability to the Capitol.
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Hi, I’m Jennifer Jermaine and I’m honored to represent Legislative District 18 at our State Legislature. I currently serve on the Government Committee, Elections Reform Committee, and the Military and Veterans Affairs Committee. I am the Chair of the investigative committee for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
My focus is on restoring education funding, protecting our civil rights, and honoring our shared values. I pledge to listen and respond to your concerns and work across the aisle to achieve meaningful progress on issues that matter in our daily lives.
All Arizonans deserve to have the same opportunities to succeed that were available to me. I decided to run because our state should be a place of safety, opportunity, and prosperity for all.
President, United States Senate and House
Arizona Corporation Commission
Kyrene Justice Precinct
City of Phoenix
Phoenix Proposition 444
The voters of Phoenix have previously approved locally controlled alternative expenditure limitations in 1981, 1985, 1991, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015. The purpose of this election is for the continued use of a locally controlled alternative expenditure limitation.
City of Tempe
City of Tempe
Special Bond Election to be held in and for the City of Tempe, Arizona, in conjunction with the Statewide General Election on Tues., Nov. 3, 2020
Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board
Local School Districts
Mesa Public Schools (nonpartisan)
Tempe Union High School District (nonpartisan)
Tempe Elementary School District (nonpartisan)
Kyrene Elementary School District (nonpartisan)
YES on 208
BE PART OF THE SOLUTION
For years, Arizona legislators have campaigned on promises to strengthen our public schools and fix our education funding crisis. But year after year, they failed to deliver.
We cannot rely on lawmakers to fix a crisis they helped create. Education advocates must take matters into their own hands. Will you join us and be part of the solution?
Arizona has a spirit of independence—defiance even—that dates back centuries. We don’t do things because we’re told to or expected to—we act when we’re ready and when it’s right. This initiative to legalize, regulate and tax the adult use of marijuana was developed in that spirit. We took our time. We studied other states’ successes and mistakes. We considered Arizona’s priorities—education, public safety, public health and critical infrastructure.
Smart and Safe Arizona has submitted over 420,000 signatures. Thank you to our volunteers, supporters, and partners for their support!
Yes For Valleywise Health
What is Proposition 449?
This November, voters will have a chance to vote on a Proposition to authorize the continuation of a secondary property tax levy for the benefit of the Maricopa County Special Health Care District – which includes the public teaching hospital, the Arizona Burn Center, three behavioral health hospitals and 12 family health centers — for twenty years. The tax will expire in August 2025 without voter approval prior to that date.
Judges and more from
Civic Engagement Beyond Voting
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Vote NO for the following judges
Justice Andrew Gould – NO
Justice John Lopez IV – NO
James Morse – NO
Jennifer Perkins – NO
David Weinzweig – NO
Christopher A. Coury – NO
Jo Lynn Gentry – NO