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Voter Registration Weekends, Step #3

Posted in Uncategorized on: April 23rd, 2014
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Early Voting Begins!

Posted in News on: October 10th, 2013
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Check your mailboxes!

Today is the start of early voting for the General Election for all of Tucson, all of Yuma, and some districts in Phoenix. Be sure to cast your vote, sign the ballot envelope, and place the envelope back into the mail.

At, Center for Arizona Policy gave all the candidates an opportunity to respond to its survey. If a candidate declined to respond, their contact information is listed next to their name. If you’d like to request the candidate complete the survey, you can download a blank survey to send to them here


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City Election Results

Posted in News on: August 31st, 2011
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The polls closed last night at 7 p.m. for many city elections across Arizona. This doesn’t mean that the city election season is over though. In most cases for these elections, a candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote in order to be declared the winner. If no candidate receives this much, a run-off election is scheduled typically for November. For example, in the Phoenix Mayor race, there were six candidates. Wes Gullet and Greg Stanton received the most votes, but neither crossed the 50% mark, so they will face off on November 8.  (more…)

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Just a few votes

Posted in News on: June 10th, 2011
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My first voting experience was in the 2008 Presidential primaries. I woke up early and raced to the closest voting station, determined to beat the crowd. But when I arrived, no one was there but several sweet ladies waiting to give me instructions and a bright, red “I Voted!” sticker. (more…)

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