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General Information

Guide Cover [pdf only]
Letter from Secretary of State Janice K. Brewer
- page 2 [pdf]
Voter Registration Information, Early Voting - page 5 [pdf]
Voter’s Rights - page 5 [pdf]
Instruction to Voters and Election Officers - page 6 [pdf]
ID at the Polls - page 6 [pdf]
Persons with Disabilities - page 7 [pdf]
County Recorders - page 8 [pdf]
County Election Directors - page 9 [pdf]

Ballot Propositions

Proposition 100
Proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the initiative relating to real property - page 10 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 17 [pdf]


Proposition 101
Proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the initiative relating to health care - page 18 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 29 [pdf]

Proposition 102
Proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to marriage [SCR 1042] - page 30 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 40 [pdf]


Proposition 105
Proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the initiative relating to the initiative - page 41 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 50 [pdf]

Proposition 200
Proposed by initiative petition relating to payday loans - page 51 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 65 [pdf]

Proposition 201
Proposed by initiative petition relating to homeowners - page 66 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 76 [pdf]

Proposition 202
Proposed by initiative petition relating to employment - page 77 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 84 [pdf]

Proposition 300
Recommendation of the commission on salaries for elective state officers relating to legislatorsí salaries - page 85 [pdf]
Ballot Format - page 86 [pdf
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Other Ballot Items

Judicial Performance Review - page 87 [pdf]

Voter's Guides

Voter’s Guide - page 114 [pdf]
Duplicate Voter’s Guide - page 116 [pdf]

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Spelling, grammar, and punctuation were reproduced as submitted in the "for" and "against" arguments.


JANICE K. BREWER
Arizona Secretary of State

© September 2008


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