The deadline has passed to submit arguments. View the submissions in the
Guidelines for Submitting Arguments For or Against a Ballot Measure (A.R.S. § 19-124)
Fee for Submitting an Argument
Filing Guidelines for Arguments
2. The argument must be written exactly how the filer wants it to appear in the pamphlet. The argument will be entered into the pamphlet verbatim; no grammatical or textual changes or corrections will be made to the document.
3. If the filer wants the ballot measure number (proposition number) that is assigned to the ballot measure to appear in their argument, they will need to include it. This will be counted towards the total word count.
4. The argument must contain the original signature of each signer (no faxed signatures). Each signature appearing with the argument must be notarized.
5. Any person(s) may sign an argument that is paid for by a separate entity. Payment of the fee or reimbursement of the payer constitutes sponsorship of the argument. The payer will be identified in the pamphlet.
6. The argument must include the name, address or post office box, city and telephone number of the person(s) signing. Only the name and city of the person(s) signing will appear in the publicity pamphlet.
For more information, contact the Secretary of State’s office at the number listed above.