2002 Ballot Propositions

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Table of Contents

General Information
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Voter's Rights, Voter Registration

 

Persons with Disabilities, Early Voting, Candidate Statement Pamphlet

 

County Recorders and Election Officials

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Voter's Guides

 

 

 

Ballot Propositions

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Judicial Performance Review

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Ballot Propositions

 

 

Proposition 100

proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to municipal debt limits

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 101

proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to State Lands

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 102

proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to residential property tax valuation

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 103

proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to bailable offenses

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 104

proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to school district expenditure limitations

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 200

proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 201

proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming and racetrack gaming

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 202

proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 203

proposed by initiative petition relating to penalties for drug possession and use

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 300

referred by the legislature relating to State School Trust Land revenues

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 301

referred by the legislature relating to the State Lottery

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 302

referred by the legislature relating to probation

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 303

referred by the legislature relating to taxation of tobacco products

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Ballot Format

 

Proposition 304

recommendation of the commission on salaries for elective state officers relating to legislators' salaries

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Ballot Format

Other Ballot Items

 

 

Judicial Performance Review

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Court of Appeals Division I Judges

 

 

Superior Court in Maricopa County Judges

 

 

Superior Court in Pima County Judges

 

 

Judge Checklist to Take to Voting Booth

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PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

This publication available in alternate formats

The 2002 Publicity Pamphlet is available in alternate formats. Arizona residents who need information about the 2002 ballot propositions in another format should contact the Election Services Division of the Secretary of State's Office at 602-542-8683, 1-877-THE VOTE (1-877-843-8683), 1-800-458-5842, or TDD 602-255-8683.

Voter registration assistance

Arizona residents who need assistance with registering to vote should contact the appropriate county recorder at the number listed in this publication.

Arizona residents who need assistance may register to vote by mail. Forms are available at government offices and public locations throughout the state. Forms may be requested by calling the appropriate county recorder or by calling 1-877-THE VOTE (1-877-843-8683), TDD 602-255-8683, or visiting the Secretary of State's Web site at www.azsos.gov.

Arizona residents who need assistance may register to vote by mail. Forms are available at government offices and public locations throughout the state. Forms may be requested by calling the appropriate county recorder or by calling 1-877-THE VOTE (1-877-843-8683), TDD 602-255-8683, or visiting the Secretary of State's Web site at www.azsos.gov.

Accessibility for voters

County Election officials will accommodate special needs of voters who are physically unable to go to the polls or who need special access or special voting aids at polling places. Arizona residents who need assistance with voting should contact their county election department at the numbers listed in this publication.

EARLY VOTING

Any registered voter can vote early in Arizona's 2002 General Election. County recorders offer early voting at their offices. In some counties, early voting is also offered at locations other than the recorder's office. Early voting begins October 3, 2002.

Registered voters can request that a ballot be mailed to them. The request can be telephoned, mailed, or faxed to the appropriate county recorder until 5:00 p.m. October 25, 2002. A written request must include the voter's name and address as registered, date of birth, election for which the ballot is requested, address where the voter is temporarily residing (if applicable), and the signature of the voter. You may be able to request an early voting ballot on-line. Check with your county recorder.

Ballots MUST be received by the county recorder, either by personal delivery or by mail, or it may be dropped off at any polling place in the voter's county of residence, no later than 7:00 p.m. on election day.

2002 Statewide and Legislative Candidate Statements

A Vote for Arizona!: 2002 Statewide and Legislative Candidate Statements pamphlet is available from the Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

A guide was mailed to each household containing a registered voter. If you would like more information about the pamphlet, contact the Citizens Clean Elections Commission at: 602-200-0013; toll-free number for other Arizona area codes: 877-631-8891; Web site address www.ccec.state.az.us; or visit their offices at 4001 N. 3rd Street, Ste. 200, Phoenix, Arizona 85012.

The Ballot Format displayed in HTML reflects only the text of the Ballot Proposition and does not reflect how it will appear on the General Election Ballot.
Spelling, grammar, and punctuation were reproduced as submitted in the "for" and "against" arguments.


BETSEY BAYLESS
Arizona Secretary of State
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September 2002