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Chenoweth: What can Pinal County learn from the midterm election?

Tue, Nov 20, 2018

Election 2018

After multiple cycles of very predictable results, Arizona politics was finally shaken up a bit by the midterms of 2018, at least on the state level. In recent elections, Republicans have swept state-wide races, often regardless of who the candidate is. Ask Republicans how blindly voting for Diane Douglas in

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Tags: Arizona 2018 Ballot Propositions, propositions

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A look ahead – Propositions set for General Election

Tue, Sep 16, 2014

General ElectionPropositionsArizona voters will decide only three statewide propositions on the November ballot because, for the first time in decades, there are no voter initiatives on the ballot.The first two propositions were placed on the ballot by the Arizona Legislature.

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Prop. 121 would create a ‘top 2’ primary in Ariz.

Tue, Oct 9, 2012

A campaign to establish a new Arizona primary system by scrapping the partisan model and opening the election to all voters and candidates has rankled elected officials and aligned the Republican and Democratic parties against the ballot measure.The Open Elections/Open Government initiative, or Proposition 121, would overhaul the current system

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Tags: Arizona, 2012 Propositions, Prop121, Top 2 Primary

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Arizona's voters to decide 9 ballot propositions

Sun, Sep 30, 2012

Arizona voters will decide nine different issues in the November 6 election, from whether to make permanent a 1-cent per dollar sales tax to support education to whether Arizona should declare sovereignty over federal lands in the state. The issues are weighty and will have almost irreversible effects because eight

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Constitutional questions on 2012 ballot

Wed, May 23, 2012

State sovereignty, State trust land exchanges,Business tax break, Judge selection,Crime victims' liability, and Limits on property-tax growth require amendments to the Arizona Constitution.

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Voters to mull seven issues on Nov. ballot

Wed, May 23, 2012

Start mulling whether you want to have Arizona declare sovereignty over all the land, water, air and natural resources within its borders.Think about whether businesses should get a break on the tax they pay on new equipment.Lawmakers sent these questions, along with three others, to the Nov. 6 ballot in

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Arizona propositions await results of final ballot tally

Thu, Nov 4, 2010

Arizona RepublicBy Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Dianna M. Náñez Three of 10 propositions on this year's ballot remained neck-and-neck Wednesday.The "no" vote against Proposition 203, which would legalize medical marijuana, held a slight lead with early and provisional ballots still being counted.Two other measures remained evenly split: Proposition 110, which

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Proposition 111 would create office of deputy governor

Wed, Sep 29, 2010

Arizona RepublicBy Dianna M. Náñez Editor's note: This story is the sixth in a series explaining the 10 propositions that will appear on the Nov. 2 general-election ballot.PROPOSITION 111 Lieutenant governorProposition 111 would amend the state Constitution to create a lieutenant-governor position beginning in 2015. The lieutenant governor would assume

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Tags: Arizona, Propositions, Initiatives, Lieutenant-governor, Govenor

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Opportunity vs. preferential treatment center of Proposition 107 debate

Thu, Sep 23, 2010

Arizona Capitol TimesBy Alyssa Newcomb, Cronkite News ServiceProposition 107 seeks to amend the Arizona Constitution to ban state government and municipalities from giving preferential treatment on the basis of sex, race, color, ethnicity or national origin. This includes everything from state-funded programs that help women and minorities in areas where

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Tags: Arizona Inititatives, Arizona Propositions, Proposition 107, Affirmative Action

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Big money can't always buy victory in Arizona

Sun, Dec 14, 2008

The Arizona Republicby Mary Jo Pitzl Big bucks don't always mean big wins.Of the eight measures on last month's ballot, the one that attracted the most spending - the effort to continue the payday-loan industry in Arizona - was a big loser. Proponents spent $17.21 per "yes" vote, according to

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Tags: Arizona 2008 propositions, Proposition 200, Proposition 202, Proposition 300

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