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A MESSAGE TO ARIZONA VOTERS

Dear Arizona Voter:

Welcome to the 2010 General Election Publicity Pamphlet. Arizona will be conducting a General Election on November 2, and I hope this pamphlet is a helpful tool for your use.

The pamphlet is divided into three parts:

(1) General information about voting (pages 6-11, You are Here).

(2) Information about each proposition that will appear on the ballot, including the actual language of the measure followed by a description of what the measure does and arguments for and against the measure filed by members of the public (pages 17-109 ~ Click Here).

(3) A judicial performance review, provided by the Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review, to assist you in reviewing the judges who will be on the ballot (pages 110-135 ~ Click Here).

Please keep the following important dates in mind:

  • Voter Registration Deadline if you are not already registered to vote: October 4. For information about your registration, please call your County Recorder’s office. A list of contact information for each County Recorder can be found below [click here].

  • Early Voting: October 7 - October 22. This is the period when early ballots are mailed to registered voters who request one. Contact your County Recorder to receive a ballot in the mail, or to request that your name be placed on the Permanent Early Voting List.

  • Election Day: November 2. Polling places are open from 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

If you are either in the military or an Arizona voter living overseas, you can find important voting information below [click here].

Some local governments will also be holding elections November 2. State and local elections will be combined on one ballot. Contact your County Recorder or visit the Secretary of State’s Website – www.azsos.gov – if you have any questions.

Thank you for taking the time to inform yourself and participate in this important Election.

Sincerely,

Ken Bennett

Arizona Secretary of State 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION
VOTER REGISTRATION

DEADLINE: October 4 is the registration deadline for the 2010 General Election if you are not already registered to vote. 

REGISTER ONLINE: Register to vote online at the Secretary of State's Website by using the EZ voter registration service and your valid Arizona driver license or nonoperating identification license.

Visit: www.azsos.gov.

PAPER REGISTRATION*: Blank voter registration forms, which can be filled out and returned to the Secretary of State's office or your County Recorder's office, are also available and can be obtained:

1.) From the Secretary of State's Website ( www.azsos.gov )

2.) By calling the Secretary of State's office at 1-877-THE-VOTE (1-877-843-8683)

3.) By contacting your County Recorder's office (listed below [click here]) or

4.) At other government offices and public locations throughout the State

* Paper forms must be received by your County Recorder or the Secretary of State's office BEFORE midnight, Oct. 4, 2010.

ADDITIONAL ONLINE VOTER SERVICES

The Arizona Secretary of State provides additional online services that will help Arizona citizens when voting. Arizona is already a leader in the nation in online voter registration.

These new services allow Arizona citizens to:

· Check their voter registration status

· Check their polling location

· Check their provisional ballot status

Please visit voter.azsos.gov to use these new services.

VOTER ACCESSIBILITY

 

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 aid at the polling place. Accessible voting devices will be available in every polling place.

Accessible voting machines create an independent and private voting experience for voters with disabilities. Arizona residents who need assistance with voting should contact their county election department at the numbers listed below [click here].

EARLY VOTING

Early voting dates to remember:

Oct. 7 - Oct. 22: Early ballots mailed to registered voters who request one AND registered voters on the Permanent Early Voting List. To check if you are on the Permanent Early Voting List, contact your County Recorder or visit voter.azsos.gov.

Oct. 22: Last day to request an early ballot from your County Recorder. Requests must be made by 5 p.m.

 

Oct. 28: Last day to submit a voted early ballot by mail.

 

Nov. 2: Election Day - Last day to submit a voted early ballot. Your voted early ballot must be submitted to either your County Recorder's office or ANY polling place in your county by 7 p.m.

 

Any registered voter in Arizona may vote early by one of two ways:

1.) Permanent Early Voting List

If you are on the Permanent Early Voting List, an early ballot will automatically be sent to the address your County Recorder has on file.

 

Check to see if you are on the Permanent Early Voting List by visiting voter.azsos.gov .

 

Election Mail is Non Forwardable. If you are on the Permanent Early Voting List and wish to receive your early ballot at an address different than your regular mailing address, contact your County Recorder to request your early ballot be sent to the different address.

 

If you are NOT on the Permanent Early Voting List and would like to be on it, please contact your County Recorder.

 

2.) One-Time Early Ballot Request

If you are NOT on the Permanent Early Voting List, and would like to request a one-time early ballot from your County Recorder, you may do so by telephone, mail, or fax. Online early ballot requests are also available in certain counties. When contacting your County Recorder to obtain an early ballot, make sure to include:

 

1.) Your name and address as registered

2.) Date of birth and state or country of birth

3.) The election for which the ballot is requested

4.) Address where you are temporarily residing (if applicable)

5.) Your signature (signatures are required for all early ballot requests except when requesting online)

  Your County Recorder's contact information can be found below [click here].
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS

Military personnel and voters living overseas are able to conveniently participate in federal and Arizona elections by visiting the Secretary of State online at:

www.azsos.gov/election/military.htm.

A military or overseas voter may fill out the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA) online. This serves as both the voter registration and early ballot request form.

The voter can also request the FPCA from his or her voting assistance officer or by contacting his or her County Recorder directly (see below [click here]).

Once the FPCA has been filled out by the military or overseas voter, it may be faxed back to the appropriate County Recorder, or to the Secretary of State's office at (602) 364-2087.

The Secretary of State's office will forward the FPCA to the appropriate County Recorder.

After the request for an early ballot is processed, a military or overseas voter will receive information on how to submit a voted ballot using the Secretary of State's secure ballot upload system.

The voter will log onto the secure site and upload an image of the voted ballot which will then be securely transmitted to the proper county. A military or overseas voter can also fax the voter's ballot directly to the proper County Recorder for processing.

 Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. local time on Election Day.

ALTERNATE FORMATS

 

 

The 2010 General Election Publicity Pamphlet is available in alternate formats. Arizona residents who need information about the 2010 General Election 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.

Alternate formats from the Secretary of State's office include:

1. Standard Print - English

2. Large Print - English

3. Standard Print - Spanish

4. Online - www.azsos.gov

5. Sun Sounds - Voter Information Project

 

VOTER RIGHTS

 

- Any voter may be accompanied into the voting booth and assisted in casting a ballot by a person of the voter's choice or by two poll workers of different political parties.

- Candidates whose names appear on the ballot (other than precinct committeemen) may not assist voters.

- A voter may be accompanied by a person under the age of 18.

- Sample ballots may be brought to the polling place and may be taken into the voting booth at the time of the election.

- Any qualified voter who is in line to vote at 7 p.m. on Election Day shall be allowed to prepare and cast a ballot.

POLLING PLACE INFORMATION

 

1.) The polls are open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m.

2.) Make sure to bring appropriate identification to the polls to avoid having to cast a provisional ballot! Acceptable forms of identification can be found below [click here].

3.) Mark your ballot beside the name of the candidate you wish to vote for.

4.) To vote for an official write-in candidate, write the candidate's name in the line provided AND mark your ballot beside the name you have written. An official list of write-in candidates is provided at your polling location.

5.) Ask for assistance if you are physically unable to mark your ballot or wish to use the accessible voting system. Two election officers from different political parties will assist you in marking your ballot if you wish to vote a paper ballot and are physically unable to mark it. Neither of the election officers who assist you in voting are allowed to influence your vote by recommending or suggesting any candidate or political party for any office.

6.) If you spoil your ballot, conceal your vote and present it to the election judge. Each voter is entitled to only two additional replacement ballots.

7.) If you believe that a violation of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 has occurred, you may contact:

Secretary of State Election Services Division

1700 W. Washington St., 7th Floor

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2888

1-877-THE-VOTE

www.azsos.gov

 

ID AT THE POLLS

Every qualified elector is required to show proof of identity at the polling place before receiving a ballot. The following lists show acceptable forms of identification at the polling place.

 

You may bring:

1.) Any one form of ID from list 1, OR ;

2.) Any two forms of ID from list 2, OR ;

3.) Two forms of ID as presented in list 3.

LIST# 1 - Sufficient Photo ID including name and address (1 required)*:

· Valid Arizona driver license

· Valid Arizona non-operating identification license

· Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification

· Valid United States federal, state, or local government issued identification

 

OR

 

LIST# 2 - Sufficient ID without photograph bearing name and address (2 required)*:

· Utility bill of the elector that is dated within 90 days of the date of the election. A utility bill may be for electric, gas, water, solid waste, sewer, telephone, cellular phone, or cable television

· Bank or credit union statement that is dated within 90 days of the date of the election

· Valid Arizona Vehicle Registration

· Indian census card

· Property tax statement of the elector's residence

· Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification

· Arizona vehicle insurance card

· Recorder's Certificate

· Valid United States federal, state, or local government issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the County Recorder

· Any mailing to the elector marked "Official Election Material"

 

OR

 

LIST# 3 - MIX & MATCH from Lists# 1 & 2 (2 required)*:

· Any valid photo identification from List 1 in which the address does not reasonably match the precinct register accompanied by a non-photo identification from List 2 in which the address does reasonably match the precinct register

· U.S. Passport without address and one valid item from List 2

· U.S. Military identification without address and one valid item from List 2

 

* An identification is "valid" unless it can be determined on its face that it has expired.

 
PROVISIONAL BALLOTS

 

You have a right to vote a provisional ballot if one of the following situations apply to you:

· If your name does not appear on the precinct register, and you are in the correct polling place

· If you have moved to a new address within the county and have not updated your voter registration

· If you have legally changed your name and have not updated your voter registration

· If you requested an early ballot but did not vote an early ballot

· If you have not produced sufficient identification

· If you were challenged as a qualified voter

To vote using a provisional ballot:

1.) Sign your name in the signature roster where the election official has entered your name.

2.) Vote your provisional ballot.

3.) Sign the affirmation on the provisional ballot envelope.

4.) Place and seal your ballot in a provisional ballot envelope.

5.) You will be given a provisional ballot receipt with information on how to present sufficient identification to the County Recorder if necessary, and how to verify the status of your provisional ballot.

 

*Your provisional ballot will be counted ONCE IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED that you have voted at the correct polling place, provided the required identification documents, and are registered to vote in the county in which you voted.*

BECOME A POLL WORKER

 

Poll workers are critical to a successful election. The Secretary of State's office is reaching out to civic minded citizens to serve on Election Day.

This important civic responsibility is open to all registered voters in Arizona and citizens who are at least 16 years of age at the time of the election.

Bilingual (Spanish-speaking or Native American-speaking) poll workers are especially needed. Poll workers are paid for their time and effort.

If you are interested, please visit:

www.azsos.gov/election/pollworker

or contact your local county elections office (see below. [click here]).

NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER

Due to the possibility of legal challenges to one or more of the propositions published in this pamphlet, there may be changes in what appears on the ballot on November 2, 2010. Please review your ballot carefully before voting.

For information about propositions on the November ballot, visit the Secretary of State's Website, www.azsos.gov, or call 1-877-THE-VOTE (1-877-843-8683). Those measures that achieve ballot status will be listed on the Website upon completion of the verification process and court proceedings.

 

 

CANDIDATE STATEMENTS PAMPHLET

The 2010 General Election Candidate Statements Pamphlet is available from the Citizens Clean Elections Commission prior to the start of early voting.

A pamphlet is mailed to every household in Arizona that contains a registered voter.

If you would like more information about the Candidate Statements Pamphlet, contact the Citizens Clean Elections Commission at: (602) 364-3477; Toll-free at 1-877-631-8891; Website address www.azcleanelections.gov; or visit the Commission's office at 1616 W. Adams St., Ste. 110, Phoenix, AZ 85007.

 

COUNTY RECORDERS
LeNora Y. Johnson

APACHE COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 75 W. Cleveland

Mailing: P.O. Box 425

St. Johns, AZ 85936-0425

Telephone: (928) 337-7514

Fax: (928) 337-7676

TDD (928) 337-4402

E-Mail: ljohnson@co.apache.az.us

Berta Manuz

GREENLEE COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 253 Fifth St.

Mailing: P.O. Box 1625

Clifton, AZ 85533-1625

Telephone: (928) 865-2632

Fax: (928) 865-4417

TDD (928) 865-2632

E-Mail: bmanuz@co.greenlee.az.us

F. Ann Rodriguez

PIMA COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 115 N. Church Ave.

(ZIP code: 85701)

Mailing: P.O. Box 3145

Tucson, AZ 85702-3145

Telephone: (520) 740-4330

Fax: (520) 623-1785

TDD (520) 740-4320

E-Mail: recorder@recorder.pima.gov

 

Christine Rhodes

COCHISE COUNTY RECORDER

1415 W. Melody Lane, Bldg. B

Bisbee, AZ 85603

Telephone: (520) 432-8354

Fax: (520) 432-8368

TDD (520) 432-8360

E-Mail: recorder@cochise.az.gov

Shelly Baker

LA PAZ COUNTY RECORDER

1112 Joshua Ave., Ste. 201

Parker, AZ 85344-5755

Telephone: (928) 669-6136

Fax: (928) 669-5638

TDD (928) 669-8400

E-Mail: sbaker@co.la-paz.az.us

Laura Dean-Lytle

PINAL COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 31 N. Pinal St., Bldg. E

Mailing: P.O. Box 848

Florence, AZ 85132

Telephone: (520) 509-3555 or

(888) 431-1311

Fax: (520) 866-6831

TDD (520) 866-6851

E-Mail: recorder@pinalcountyaz.gov

Candace D. Owens

COCONINO COUNTY RECORDER

110 E. Cherry Ave.

Flagstaff, AZ 86001-4696

Telephone: (928) 679-7860 or (800) 793-6181

Fax: (928) 679-7851

TDD (928) 679-7131

E-Mail: ccelections@coconino.az.gov

Helen Purcell

MARICOPA COUNTY RECORDER

111 S. Third Ave., #103

Phoenix, AZ 85003-2225

Telephone: (602) 506-1511

Fax: (602) 506-5112

TDD (602) 506-2348

E-Mail: voterinfo@risc.maricopa.gov

Suzanne "Suzie" Sainz

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY RECORDER

2150 N. Congress Drive

Nogales, AZ 85621-1090

Telephone: (520) 375-7990

Fax: (520) 375-7996

TDD (520) 761-7816

E-Mail: ssainz@co.santa-cruz.az.us

Sadie Tomerlin Dalton

GILA COUNTY RECORDER

1400 E. Ash St.

Globe, AZ 85501-1496

Telephone: (928) 402-8735

Fax: (928) 425-9270

TDD 711 (AZ Relay)

E-Mail: sdalton@co.gila.az.us

Carol Meier

MOHAVE COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 700 W. Beale St.

(ZIP code: 86401)

Mailing: P.O. Box 7000

Kingman, AZ 86402-0070

Telephone: (928) 753-0767

Fax: (928) 718-4917

TDD (928) 753-0769

E-Mail: erma.allen@co.mohave.az.us

 

Ana Wayman-Trujillo

YAVAPAI COUNTY RECORDER

1015 Fair St., Room #228

Prescott, AZ 86305-1852

Telephone: (928) 771-3248

Fax: (928) 771-3446

TDD (928) 771-3530

E-Mail: web.voter.registration@co.yavapai.az.us

Wendy John

GRAHAM COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 921 Thatcher Blvd.

(ZIP code: 85546)

Mailing: P.O. Box 747

Safford, AZ 85548

Telephone: (928) 428-3560

Fax: (928) 428-8828

TDD (928) 428-3562

E-Mail: wjohn@graham.az.gov

Laurette Justman

NAVAJO COUNTY RECORDER

Physical: 100 E. Carter Drive

Mailing: P.O. Box 668

Holbrook, AZ 86025-0668

Telephone: (928) 524-4192

Fax: (928) 524-4308

TDD (928) 524-4294

E-Mail: laurie.justman@navajocountyaz.gov

Robyn S. Pouquette

YUMA COUNTY RECORDER

410 S. Maiden Lane, #B

Yuma, AZ 85364-2311

Telephone: (928) 373-6034

Fax: (928) 373-6024

TDD (928) 373-6033

E-Mail: Robyn.Pouquette@yumacountyaz.gov

 

 
COUNTY ELECTION DIRECTORS
Angela Romero, Director

APACHE COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 75 W. Cleveland

Mailing: P.O. Box 428

St. Johns, AZ 85936

Telephone: (928) 337-7537

Fax: (928) 337-7538

E-Mail: aromero@co.apache.az.us

Yvonne Pearson, Clerk/Director

GREENLEE COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 253 Fifth St.

Mailing: P.O. Box 908

Clifton, AZ 85533

Telephone: (928) 865-2072

Fax: (928) 865-9332

E-Mail: ypearson@co.greenlee.az.us

Brad R. Nelson, Director

PIMA COUNTY ELECTIONS

6550 S. Country Club

Tucson, AZ 85756

Telephone: (520) 351-6830

Fax: (520) 351-6870

E-Mail: elections@pima.gov

Thomas Schelling, Director

COCHISE COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 100 Clawson Ave., 3rd Floor

Mailing: P.O. Box 223

Bisbee, AZ 85603

Telephone: (520) 432-8970

Fax: (520) 432-8995

E-Mail: tschelling@cochise.az.gov

Donna J. Hale, Clerk/Director

LA PAZ COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

1108 Joshua Ave.

Parker, AZ 85344

Telephone: (928) 669-6115

Fax: (928) 669-9709

E-Mail: dhale@co.la-paz.az.us

Steve Kizer, Director

PINAL COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 383 N. Main St.

Mailing: P.O. Box 1592

Florence, AZ 85132

Telephone: (520) 866-7550

Fax: (520) 866-7551

E-Mail: steve.kizer@pinalcountyaz.gov

Patty Hansen, Administrator

COCONINO COUNTY ELECTIONS

110 E. Cherry Ave.

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Telephone: (928) 679-7860 or (800) 793-6181

Fax: (928) 679-7851

TDD (928) 679-7131

E-Mail: ccelections@coconino.az.gov

Karen Osborne, Director

MARICOPA COUNTY ELECTIONS

111 S. Third Ave., #102

Phoenix, AZ 85003

Telephone: (602) 506-1511

Fax: (602) 506-5112

E-Mail: voterinfo@risc.maricopa.gov

Melinda Meek, Clerk/Director

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

2150 N. Congress Drive, Ste. 119

Nogales, AZ 85621

Telephone: (520) 375-7808

Fax: (520) 761-7843

E-Mail: mmeek@co.santa-cruz.az.us

Linda V. Eastlick, Director

GILA COUNTY ELECTIONS

1400 E. Ash St.

Globe, AZ 85501

Telephone: (928) 402-8708

Fax: (928) 402-4319

E-Mail: leastlick@co.gila.az.us

Allen Tempert, Director

MOHAVE COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 700 W. Beale St.

(ZIP code: 86401)

Mailing: P.O. Box 7000

Kingman, AZ 86402-7000

Telephone: (928) 753-0733

Fax: (928) 718-4956

E-Mail: elections@co.mohave.az.us

Lynn Constabile, Director

YAVAPAI COUNTY ELECTIONS

1015 Fair St., Room # 228

Prescott, AZ 86305

Telephone: (928) 771-3250

Fax: (928) 771-3446

E-Mail: web.elections@co.yavapai.az.us

Judy Dickerson, Director/Deputy Clerk

GRAHAM COUNTY ELECTIONS

921 Thatcher Blvd.

Safford, AZ 85546

Telephone: (928) 792-5037

Fax: (928) 428-5951

E-Mail: jdickerson@graham.az.gov

Lisa McKee, Director

NAVAJO COUNTY ELECTIONS

Physical: 100 E. Carter Drive

Mailing: P.O. Box 668

Holbrook, AZ 86025

Telephone: (928) 524-4062

Fax: (928) 524-4048

E-Mail: lisa.mckee@navajocountyaz.gov

Sue Stallworth Reynolds, Director

YUMA COUNTY ELECTION SERVICES

198 S. Main St.

Yuma, AZ 85364

Telephone: (928) 373-1014

Fax: (928) 373-1154

E-Mail: Sue.Reynolds@yumacountyaz.gov

 
YOUR VOTE IS YOUR BUSINESS

One of the hallmarks of voting is the personal and private nature of the ballot that allows you to make your own choices.

However, many people with disabilities have not been able to enjoy the privilege of a confidential vote. People who are not physically able to hold or maneuver a pen, pencil or hole puncher to vote, as well as those who cannot see the actual ballot, have traditionally had to verbalize their vote to an attendant, poll worker or family member.

Fortunately, the state of Arizona equips its polling places with accessible voting machines that help voters throughout the state make their selections independently and accurately.

Accessible voting machines create a simple, private voting experience for people of all ages, including those with:


• low vision
• blindness
• deafness
• hard of hearing
• low vision and hearing
• low literacy
• no literacy
• physical disabilities
• wheelchair users
• hand tremors
• short stature
• mouth stick users
• head stick users
• limited strength
• limited mobility

 

Voters in Apache, Coconino, Gila, Greenlee, LaPaz, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai and Yuma counties will have access to Premier TSX voting machines.

Voters in Cochise and Graham counties can use ES&S Auto-MARK voting machines. Voters in Maricopa County can vote using Sequoia Edge II devices.

Visit azsos.gov or call 1-877-THE-VOTE

A GUIDE TO PROPOSITIONS

A guide to Arizona Propositions ~ Initiative and Referendum Measures

 

Making Sense of Ballot Measure Numbering

State law requires that ballot measures be numbered according to four criteria:

100

Constitutional amendments, whether initiated by the people or referred by the Legislature, are numbered in the 100s.

200

Citizen initiatives to create new or amend current state laws (statutes) are numbered in the 200s.

300

Legislative referrals to create new or amend current statutes are numbered in the 300s.

400

Local matters are numbered in the 400s.

 

   

A Progressive Era

At the time Arizona became a state in 1912, a political movement to put citizens in greater control of the law-making process was taking place.
As a result of that Progressive Movement, unlike many eastern states that formed earlier in our nation's history, Arizona's Constitution puts legislative power not only in a House of Representatives and Senate, but in the people themselves.

Initiative

This means that Arizona voters have the ability to propose laws or constitutional amendments or changes to laws or the Constitution through the initiative process.
To propose such changes, the proponents must file an application with the Secretary of State, including a summary of the measure and the complete text that is proposed to be submitted to a vote of the people.
If sufficient signatures are gathered, the Proposition will be placed on the next general election ballot, just as voters will do at this year's election on November 2, 2010.

Referendum

Not only do Arizona voters have the ability to propose laws, they may also circulate a petition against a measure or part of a measure approved by the Legislature.
As with initiative measures, to propose such changes, the proponents must file an application with the Secretary of State, including a summary of the proposal and the text of the measure or portion of the measure that is proposed to be submitted to a vote of the people.
If sufficient signatures are gathered, the Proposition will be placed on the next general election ballot.

 
ARGUMENT DISCLAIMER

State law requires the Office of the Secretary of State to publish EVERY argument filed both For AND Against ALL propositions that will appear on the ballot at the November 2, 2010, General Election. The opinions expressed by those who choose to make their arguments part of this publicity pamphlet are those of the filer alone, and the Secretary of State does not take a position in support of or opposition to any ballot measure.

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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.


KEN BENNETT
Arizona Secretary of State

© August 2010