Election Information
2002 General Election
Ballot Measures
Last updated on August 12, 2002 at 05:20:57 PM
Betsey Bayless
Unofficial
CONSTITUTIONAL & INITIATIVE PETITIONS Last day to file petitions: July 4, 2002 at 5 p.m. ARGUMENTS FOR OR AGAINST BALLOT MEASURES Last day to file: July 12, 2002 at 5 p.m. ARGUMENTS FOR OR AGAINST DEPOSIT AMOUNT Pursuant to A.A.C. R2-12-701 (effective March 3, 2000) Argument filed on paper only - $100.00 Argument filed on paper and electronic format (computer disk) $75.00 If you have questions regarding this list please call 602/542-8683 or Toll Free in Arizona 1-877-843-8683. (TBD means "To Be Determined" -- After July 4, 2002)
Ballot Number Identifier Sponsor Date Filed Ballot Status Short Title Full Text
100 HCR 2010 Legislature April 16, 2001 Yes MUNICIPAL DEBT LIMITS
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE IX, SECTION 8, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; RELATING TO MUNICIPAL DEBT LIMITS.
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101 SCR 1004 Legislature April 23, 2001 Yes STATE LANDS
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE X, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA, BY ADDING SECTION 12; RELATING TO STATE LANDS.
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102 HCR 2038 Legislature April 24, 2002 Yes RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TAX VALUATION
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE IX, SECTION 18, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TAX VALUATION.
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103 SCR 1011 Legislature May 8, 2002 Yes BAILABLE OFFENSES
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE II, SECTION 22, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; RELATING TO BAILABLE OFFENSES.
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104 HCR 2002 Legislature May 16, 2002 Yes SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT EXPENDITURE LIMITATIONS
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE IX, SECTION 21, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; RELATING TO SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT EXPENDITURE LIMITATIONS.
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200 I-09-2002 Yes for Arizona! Raymond Bernal, Chairman 1000 West Agency Road Parker, AZ 85344 928/669-2711 (office) 928/669-5891 (fax) June 3, 2002 Yes Yes for Arizona!
This initiative: directs the Governor to enter into gaming compacts with Arizona Indian tribes asking for such compacts for the purpose of alleviating poverty on Arizona Indian Reservations and enhancing the self-sufficiency of Arizona Indian Tribes; establishes basic provisions that compacts must contain, including length of compact, wagering limitations, restrictions on minors, ownership of gaming facilities and record keeping; provides that three percent of tribal net income earned under such gaming compacts be used to fund college scholarships and senior citizens benefits for all Arizonans; and establishes a method for resolving disputes under such compacts. Text as submitted: I-09-2002
201 I-13-2002 Coalition for Arizona Del V. Ray, Chairman 830 North 4th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85003 602/528-3684 July 4, 2002 Yes Coalition for Arizona
Continues Indian gaming in Arizona; requires increased government regulation of gaming operations and improved public disclosure of gaming revenues; permits Arizona non-tribal gaming operators a limited number of gaming devices, with 40% of gross revenues directed to the general fund to pay for: kindergarten through third grade reading programs, college scholarships, prescription drug benefits for seniors, rural health-care, police and fire protection, and tourism promotion; authorizes Tribes to share 8% of gross revenues with the State; authorizes Tribal-State gaming compacts for a ten year period; assures rural Indian Tribes receive a fair share of gaming revenues. Text as submitted: I-13-2002
202 I-14-2002 Arizonans for Fair Gaming & Indian Self-Reliance Governor Donald R. Antone, Sr., Chairman P. O. Box 151 Phoenix, AZ 85001-0151 602/279-1107 July 4, 2002 Yes Arizonans for Fair Gaming & Indian Self-Reliance
Authorizes agreements between Arizona tribes and the State to allow for the continuation of limited, regulated gaming on tribal lands. Shares revenues from Indian gaming with tribes that don't have casinos. Dedicates part of Indian gaming revenues to support local school districts statewide and other public services and programs, including trauma and emergency services, wildlife and habitat conservation, tourism promotion, prevention of problem gambling and local government services. Sets specific limits on the number of gaming machines, types of games, gaming facilities and bets allowed at Indian gaming facilities. Provides for additional regulatory oversight by Arizona Department of Gaming. Text as submitted: I-14-2002
203 I-11-2002 People Have Spoken, The John Norton, Chairman P. O. Box 34764 Phoenix, AZ 85067 602/222-6639 July 4, 2002 Yes People Have Spoken, The
This initiative: creates medical marijuana registry card system authorizing medical use of marijuana for people diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition; increases drug offender maximum sentences for violent crimes committed while on drugs by 50%; punishes personal possession of marijuana with a civil fine; requires a drug related conviction before forfeiture of property seized incident to possession or use of drugs; establishes state administered system for distribution of marijuana to qualifying medical patients; requires supervised release of non-violent offenders convicted of simple possession or use of controlled substances, unless such release poses a public danger. Text as submitted: I-11-2002
300 SCR 1005 Legislature April 19, 2001 Yes STATE SCHOOL TRUST LAND REVENUES
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ENACTING AND ORDERING THE SUBMISSION TO THE PEOPLE OF A MEASURE RELATING TO STATE SCHOOL TRUST LAND REVENUES.
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301 HCR 2012 Legislature April 25, 2002 Yes STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ENACTING AND ORDERING THE SUBMISSION TO THE PEOPLE OF A MEASURE RELATING TO THE CONTINUATION OF THE STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION.
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302 HCR 2013 Legislature May 8, 2002 Yes PROBATION
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ENACTING AND ORDERING THE SUBMISSION TO THE PEOPLE OF A MEASURE RELATING TO PROBATION.
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303 HCR 2047 Legislature May 15, 2002 Yes TAXATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ENACTING AND ORDERING THE SUBMISSION TO THE PEOPLE OF A MEASURE RELATING TO TAXATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
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304 N/A Commission on Salaries for Elective State Officers June 10, 2002 Yes STATE LEGISLATORS' SALARIES
THE COMMISSION ON SALARIES FOR ELECTIVE STATE OFFICERS RECOMMENDS THE SALARIES OF LEGISLATORS BE INCREASED TO $36,000.