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Arizona Ballot Measures 2016

When Arizona voters head to the polls for the general election on November 8th, we will also be asked to decide several citizens’ initiative ballot measures.  We’ll talk more about those measures individually later—posts in the series will be tagged AZ ballot measures 2016.

With every round of ballot propositions or initiatives, I refer you to some important general information about the voting process.  Please see my previous post about Ballot Numbering and Other Good Things to Remember.

The deadline to register to vote is October 10.  Early voting by mail begins October 12, and mailed ballots must be received by the county recorder no later than Election Day.

Arizona Ballot Propositions 2012

It’s that time again: time to wade through 121 pages of proposed ballot measures and pro/con arguments published by the Secretary of State’s office—and that’s before we get to the judges up for review or any candidate research, so buckle up, kids.

I plan to blog through all of them (hopefully sometime before the election).  Posts in the series will be tagged “AZ Ballot Measures 2012”.

Before we get into the propositions themselves in the next post, some general reminders:

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