Election Contests and Ballot Measures

November 4, 2008 Arizona General Election

Arizona

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US President & Vice President (Arizona)
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Barack Obama - D
Websitemy.barackobama.com
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Joe Biden - D
Websitewww.whitehouse.gov/administration/vice-president-biden
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Cynthia Mckinney - G
Websitewww.runcynthiarun.org
Rosa Clemente - G
Bob Barr - L
Websitewww.bobbarr2008.com
Wayne Allen Root - L
Websitewww.rootforamerica.com/home/index.php
Chuck Baldwin - REF
Darrell Castle - CON
Ralph Nader - I
Websitewww.votenader.org
Matt Gonzalez - I
Websitewww.votenader.org/about/matt-gonzalez/
John McCain - R
Websitewww.johnmccain.com
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Sarah Palin - R
Websitewww.palinforgovernor.com/
US House of Representatives
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 1
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Thane Eichenauer - L
Websitewww.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?p=2840482
Sydney Hay - R
Websitesydneyhayforcongress.com/home.aspx
Ann Kirkpatrick - D
Websitewww.kirkpatrickforsenate.com
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Brent Maupin - I
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 2
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William Crum - G
Websitewww.crumforcongress.org
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Trent Franks - R
Websitetrentfranks.com
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Powell Gammill - L
Websitewww.GammillForCongress.com
John Thrasher - D
Websitewww.thrasherforcongress.org
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 3
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Bob Lord - D
Websitewww.lord2008.com
John Shadegg - R
Websitewww.johnshadegg.com
Michael Shoen - L
Websitewww.mikeshoenforcongress.com
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 4
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Joe Cobb - L
Websitejoecobb.com/wp
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Rebecca Dewitt - G
Websitewww.dewitt4congress.com
Don Karg - R
Websitewww.kargforcongress.com
Ed Pastor - D
Websitewww.edpastor.com
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U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 5
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Ralph Hughes
Harry E. Mitchell - D
Websitewww.harry2008.com
David Schweikert - R
Websitewww.davidschweikert.com
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Warren Severin - L
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 6
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Rick Biondi - L
Jeff Flake - R
Websitewww.flake.senate.gov
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Rebecca Schneider - D
Websitewww.rebeccain2010.com
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 7
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Raul M. Grijalva - D
Websitewww.standwithraul.com
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Raymond P Petrulsky - L
Websitewww.myspace.com/raypetrulsky
Joseph Sweeney - R
Websitewww.josephsweeney.freeservers.com
U.S. Representative In Congress District No. 8
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Tim Bee - R
Paul Davis - L
Gabrielle Giffords - D
Websitewww.giffordsforcongress.com
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Corporation Commissioner
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Sam George - D
Websitewww.solargeorge.com/
Sandra Kennedy - D
Websitewww.sandraforsolar.com
Paul Newman - D
Websitepaulnewmanaz.com/
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Marian A. Mcclure - R
Bob Stump - R
Websitewww.stump4az.com
Barry Wong - R
Arizona Senate
State Senator District 1
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Pat Chancerelle - D
Websitewww.azlegdistrict1democrats.org/pat.html
Steve Pierce - R
Websiteelectstevepierce.com
State Senator District 2
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Albert Hale - D
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=30&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110
Royce Jenkins - R
Websitewww.roycejenkins.com/index.cfm
State Senator District 3
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Mary Landahl - D
Websitewww.marylandahl.com/
Ron Gould - R
Websitewww.rongould.com
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State Senator District 4
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Robert Boehlke - D
Jack W. Harper - R
State Senator District 5
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Bill Jeffers - D
Websitewww.jeffersforaz.com/index.php
Sylvia Tenney Allen - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=93&Legislature=48
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State Senator District 6
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Jim Larson - D
Websitejimlarson2008.com
Pamela Gorman - R
Websitewww.gorman2010.com
State Senator District 7
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Lisa Black - D
Websitewww.lisablack2008.com
Dennis G. Grenier - L
Jim Waring - R
Websitewww.jimwaring.com
State Senator District 8
State Senator District 9
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Karen Price - D
Websitewww.price2008.com
Robert "Bob" Burns - R
Websitewww.azcc.gov/commissioners/RBurns/Default.asp
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State Senator District 10
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Martin James Monroe - D
Websitewww.martinmonroe.com
Linda Gray - R
State Senator District 11
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Ann Wallack - D
Barbara Leff - R
Websitewww.barbaraleff.com
State Senator District 12
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Angela Cotera - D
John B. Nelson - R
State Senator District 13
Richard Miranda - D
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=105&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
State Senator District 14
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Debbie McCune-Davis - D
Websitewww.azleg.state.az.us/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=38&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110
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Mike Renzulli - L
C.J. Becker
Websitecjbeckerforazsenate.com/home
State Senator District 15
State Senator District 16
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Leah Landrum - D
Websiteleahlandrum.com/
Daniel Veres - R
Websitewww.voteforveres.com/veres/bio.php
State Senator District 17
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Meg Burton-Cahill - D
Jesse Hernandez - R
Websitehernandez08.com/
State Senator District 18
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Judah Nativio - D
Websitejudahnativio.com
Ilias Kostopoulos
Websitewww.azsos.gov/default.htm
Russell K. Pearce - R
Websitewww.russellpearce.com
State Senator District 19
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Chuck Gray - R
Kathy Romano - D
Websitewww.romano2008.com/
State Senator District 20
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Ted Maish - D
Websitewww.tedmaish.com
John F. Huppenthal - R
Websitewww.azed.gov/superintendent/biography
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State Senator District 21
State Senator District 22
Thayer Verschoor - R
Websitewww.theaztreasurer.com
State Senator District 23
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Rebecca Rios - D
Websitewww.rebeccarios.com
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André Campos - R
Websitewww.camposforstatesenator.voterspace.com/
State Senator District 24
State Senator District 25
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Manuel V. "Manny" Alvarez - D
Mary Ann Black - R
Websitewww.buildasign.com/campaign-signs/arizona/state-senate/mary-ann-black
State Senator District 26
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Cheryl A. Cage - D
Websitewww.cageforazsenate.com
Al Melvin - R
Websitewww.melvinforarizona.com
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State Senator District 27
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Jorge Luis Garcia - D
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=118&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
Bob Westerman - R
Websitewww.bobwesterman.com/home.html
State Senator District 28
Paula Aboud - D
Websitewww.paulaaboud.com
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State Senator District 29
Linda Lopez - D
Websitewww.lindalopezforarizona.com
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State Senator District 30
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Georgette W. Valle - D
Websitewww.valleforazsenate.com/platform1.html
Jonathan Paton - R
Websitepatonforcongress.com
Arizona House
State Representative District 1
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Dennis Grittner - D
Websitewww.grittner.org/
Lucy Mason - R
Websitewww.lucymasonforacc.org
Andy Tobin - R
Websitewww.andytobin.com
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State Representative District 2
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Tom Chabin - D
Websitewww.azleg.state.az.us/memberspage.asp?member_id=91&legislature=48
Christopher Clark Deschene - D
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=56&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
State Representative District 3
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Pamela L. Durbin - D
Doris Goodale - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=25&Legislature=49&Session_ID=87
Nancy Mclain - R
State Representative District 4
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Sue Dolphin - D
Websitewww.d4democrats.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=7&itemid=10
Paula S. Forster - D
Websitewww.forster2008campaign.com/about_paula.html
Tom Boone - R
Judy M. Burges - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=90&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110
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State Representative District 5
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Jack A. Brown - D
Barbara G. Brewer - R
Bill Konopnicki - R
Websitebillkonopnicki.com
State Representative District 6
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Teri Conrad - D
Jack Doody - D
Websitewww.jackdoody.com/
Sam Crump - R
Websitewww.samcrump.com
Carl Seel - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=5&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110
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State Representative District 7
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Jeanne Lunn - D
Jim Iannuzo - L
Ray Barnes - R
Websiteraybarnesreelectdistrict7.com
Nancy Barto - R
State Representative District 8
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Stephanie Rimmer - D
Websitewww.stephanierimmer.com
John Kavanagh - R
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=27&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
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Michele Reagan - R
State Representative District 9
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Shawn Hutchinson - D
Websitewww.hutchinson08.com/
Sheri Van Horsen - D
Debbie Lesko - R
Rick Murphy - R
Websiterickmurphyaz.com
State Representative District 10
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Lamont Lovejoy - D
Websitewww.lamontlovejoy.com
Jackie Thrasher - D
Websitewww.jackiethrasher.com
Margarite Dale - G
Scott Gibson - L
Doug Q. Quelland - I
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=54&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
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Jim P. Weiers - R
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=54&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
State Representative District 11
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Eric Meyer - D
Jon Altmann - R
Adam Driggs - R
Websitewww.adamdriggs.com
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State Representative District 12
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Eve Nunez - R
Websiteevenunezforuscongress.com
David Scanlon - D
Celeste M. Castorena - G
Steve Montenegro - R
Websitestevemontenegro.com
Jerry Weiers - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=81&Legislature=50&Session_ID=102
State Representative District 13
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Steve Gallardo - D
Websitewww.azleg.state.az.us/memberspage.asp?member_id=24&legislature=48
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Martha Garcia - D
Timothy Schwartz - R
State Representative District 14
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Chad Campbell - D
Websitechadcampbell.org
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Robert Meza - D
Websitewww.mezaforarizona.com
State Representative District 15
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David Lujan - D
Websitewww.davidlujan.com
Kyrsten Sinema - D
Websitekyrstensinema.com
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Ed Hedges - R
State Representative District 16
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Cloves C. Campbell, Jr. - D
Websitewww.voteforcloves.com
Ben R. Miranda - D
Ronald Harders - R
Raymond Williams - R
State Representative District 17
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Ed Ableser - D
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=86&Legislature=51&Session_ID=112#bio
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David Schapira - D
Websitewww.davidforaz.com
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Mark Thompson - R
Wes Waddle - R
State Representative District 18
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Tammie Pursley - D
WebsiteElectTammie@msn.com
Joe Brown - I
Cecil Ash - R
Steve Court - R
State Representative District 19
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Kathy Romano - D
Websitewww.romano2008.com/
Kirk Adams - R
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=6&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
Rich Crandall - R
Websitewww.richcrandall.com
State Representative District 20
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Rae Waters - D
Websitewww.raewaters.com/
Jeff Dial - R
Websitewww.jeffdial.org
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John McComish - R
Websitevotemccomish.com
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State Representative District 21
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Phil Hettmansperger - D
Websitewww.Phil4azhouse.com
Warde V. Nichols - R
Steve Yarbrough - R
Websitewww.yarbroughsenate.com
State Representative District 22
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Glenn A. Ray - D
Websitewww.glennray.com
Andy Biggs - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=22&Legislature=50&Session_ID=102
Laurin Hendrix - R
State Representative District 23
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Ernest Bustamante - D
Barbara McGuire - D
Websitewww.senatormcguire.com
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John Fillmore - R
Websitewww.johnfillmore.com
Frank Pratt - R
Websiterealleadershipaz.com
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State Representative District 24
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Lynne Pancrazi - D
Theresa Ulmer - D
Russ Jones - R
Websiteazleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=57&Legislature=49&Session_ID=93
State Representative District 25
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Richard Boyer - D
Websitewww.arizonansforboyer.com
Patricia Fleming - D
Websitewww.fleming2006.com
Timathy Davies - R
David Stevens - R
Websitewww.azleg.gov/MembersPage.asp?Member_ID=3&Legislature=51&Session_ID=110
State Representative District 26
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Donald Jorgensen - D
Nancy Young Wright - D
Vic Williams - R
Marilyn Zerull - R
State Representative District 27
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Olivia Cajero Bedford - D
Websitewww.senatoroliviacajerobedford.com
Phil Lopes - D
Kent Solberg - G
Mark Phelps - L
J. D. "Duke" Schechter - R
State Representative District 28
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David Bradley - D
Websitebradleyforarizona.com
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Steve Farley - D
Websitewww.friendsofarley.com
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State Representative District 29
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Matt Heinz - D
Websitewww.heinzforarizona.com
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Daniel Patterson - D
Juan Ciscomani - R
Pat Kilburn - R
State Representative District 30
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Andrea Dalessandro - D
Websitedalessandroforaz.com
Frank Antenori - R
David Gowan - R
Websitegowanforarizona.com
Referendums and Ballot Measures
Proposition 100 Proposing An Amendment To Article Ix Of The Arizona Constitution By Adding A New Section 24 Relating To A Prohibition Of Any New Real Property Sale Or Transfer Tax In Arizona.
Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of Arizona:1. Article Ix, Section 24, Constitution Of Arizona Is Proposed To Be Added As Follows If Approved By The Voters And On Proclamation Of The Governor:Article Ix, Section 24, Prohibition Of New Real Property Sale Or Transfer TaxesThe State, Any County, City, Town, Municipality Or Other Political Subdivision Of The State, Or Any District Created By Law With Authority To Impose Any Tax, Fee, Stamp Requirement Or Other Assessment, Shall Not Impose Any New Tax, Fee, Stamp Requirement Or Other Assessment, Direct Or Indirect, On The Act Or Privilege Of Selling, Purchasing, Granting, Assigning, Transferring, Receiving, Or Otherwise Conveying Any Interest In Real Property. This Section Does Not Apply To Any Tax, Fee, Or Other Assessment In Existence On December 31, 2007.2. The Secretary Of State Shall Submit This Amendment To The Voters At The Next General Election As Provided By Article Xxi Of The Arizona Constitution.
Proposition 101 Proposing An Amendment To The Constitution Of Arizona; Amending Article Ii Of The Arizona Constitution By Adding Section 36 Of Article Ii; Relating To Freedom Of Choice In Health Care.
Be It Enacted By The People Of Arizona:1. Article Ii, Section 36: Constitution Of Arizona Is Proposed To Be Added As Follows If Approved By The Voters And On Proclamation Of The Governor:Article Ii, Section 36. Because All People Should Have The Right To Make Decisions About Their Health Care, No Law Shall Be Passed That Restricts A Person's Freedom Of Choice Of Private Health Care Systems Or Private Plans Of Any Type. No Law Shall Interfere With A Person's Or Entity's Right To Pay Directly For Lawful Medical Services, Nor Shall Any Law Impose A Penalty Or Fine, Of Any Type, For Choosing To Obtain Or Decline Health Care Coverage Or For Participation In Any Particular Health Care System Or Plan.2. The Secretary Of State Shall Submit This Proposition To The Voters At The Next General Election As Provided By Article Xxi, Of The Constitution Of Arizona.Analysis By Legislative CouncilProposition 101 Would Amend The Arizona Constitution To Provide That No Law Shall:Restrict A Person's Freedom To Choose A Private Health Care Plan Or System Of Their Choice.Interfere With A Person's Or Entity's Right To Pay Directly For Lawful Medical Services.Impose A Penalty Or Fine, Of Any Type, For Choosing To Obtain Or Decline Health Care Coverage.Impose A Penalty Or Fine, Of Any Type, For Participation In Any Particular Health Care System Or Plan.Fiscal Impact StatementState Law Requires The Joint Legislative Budget Committee (jlbc) Staff To Prepare A Summary Of The Fiscal Impact Of Certain Ballot Measures. Proposition 101 Is Not Estimated To Have A State Fiscal Impact. The Proposition May Affect Future Operation Of The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (ahcccs) And State Employee Health Benefits. The Impact On These Programs Cannot Be Determined In Advance.
Proposition 102 Proposing An Amendment To The Constitution Of Arizona; Amending The Constitution Of Arizona By Adding Article Xxx; Relating To Marriage.
Be it resolved by the Senate of the State of Arizona, the House of Representatives concurring:1. Article XXX, Constitution of Arizona, is proposed to be added as follows if approved by the voters and on proclamation of the Governor:ARTICLE XXX. MARRIAGE1. MarriageSECTION 1. ONLY A UNION OF ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN SHALL BE VALID OR RECOGNIZED AS A MARRIAGE IN THIS STATE.2. The Secretary of State shall submit this proposition to the voters at the next general election as provided by article XXI, Constitution of Arizona.ANALYSIS BY LEGISLATIVE COUNCILProposition 102 would amend the Arizona Constitution to provide that only a union of one man and one woman shall be valid or recognized as a marriage in this state.
Proposition 105 Proposing An Amendment To The Constitution Of Arizona: Amending Article Iv, Part 1, Constitution Of Arizona, By Adding Section 1.1 Relating To Initiative Measures And Requiring That Any Mandatory Tax Or Spending Increase Be Enacted By A Majority Of Qualified Electors.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Arizona:The Constitution of Arizona is proposed to be amended by adding Section 1.1 to Article IV, Part 1 as follows, if approved by a majority of the votes cast thereon and on proclamation of the Governor:Section 1. Article IV, Part 1, Constitution of Arizona, is amended by adding Section 1.1, as follows:1.1. FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY THROUGH TRUE MAJORITY RULESECTION 1.1. TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY THROUGH TRUE MAJORITY RULE, AN INITIATIVE MEASURE THAT ESTABLISHES, IMPOSES OR RAISES A TAX, FEE, OR OTHER REVENUE, OR MANDATES A SPENDING OBLIGATION, WHETHER ON A PRIVATE PERSON, LABOR ORGANIZATION, OTHER PRIVATE LEGAL ENTITY OR THIS STATE, SHALL NOT BECOME LAW UNLESS THE MEASURE IS APPROVED BY A MAJORITY OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS THEN REGISTERED TO VOTE IN THIS STATE.Section 2. Short Title: This Constitutional Amendment shall be known as the "Majority Rule--Let the People Decide Act."ANALYSIS BY LEGISLATIVE COUNCILProposition 105 would amend the Arizona Constitution to provide that an initiative measure that establishes, imposes or raises a tax, a fee or other revenue or mandates a spending obligation on a private person, a labor organization, other private legal entity or this state shall not become law unless the initiative measure is approved at the election by a majority of qualified electors registered to vote in the state.FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENTState law requires the Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC) Staff to prepare a summary of the fiscal impact of certain ballot measures. The fiscal impact cannot be determined in advance. Ballot propositions are currently approved by a majority of votes cast on a measure. By increasing the current vote threshold for an initiative that increases a tax or fee or creates a mandatory spending obligation, Proposition 105 may reduce the number of such initiatives that are approved in the future.
Proposition 200 Payday Loan Reform Act
This measure shall be known as the Payday Loan Reform Act. Section 2. Purpose and Intent The people of Arizona declare that the intent and purpose of this Act is to:1. Reduce the cost of small dollar, short-term consumer loans; 2. Promote responsible consumer lending practices;3. Provide consumers with borrowing options on fair terms that allow a reasonable time to repay a loan;4. Regulate the covered products in a comprehensive and efficient manner;5. Make clear that internet lenders are subject to the laws of this State; and, 6. Reduce the number of store-front locations in our neighborhoods.
Proposition 201 Homeowners' Bill Of Rights
This act may be cited as the "Homeowners' Bill of Rights."Section 2. Purpose and intentThe People of the State of Arizona hereby make the following findings and declare their purpose in enacting this Act is as follows:Arizona's expanding population needs housing. This should be good housing, using careful design and high-quality construction materials and techniques. We want our houses to look good and last for generations to come. Arizona cannot afford to have vast tracts of poorly-made houses that become "insta-slums". Good houses, on the other hand, keep their value economically and help prevent neighborhood decay.Arizona homeowners are also entitled to be protected from sharp home sales practices. There are too many instances of homeowners being pushed into houses and mortgages that they cannot afford, with disastrous consequences that are now well known. They have also been victimized by bait-and-switch tactics, deceptive model homes, hidden charges and finance and insurance schemes riddled with conflicts of interest.Current law is inadequate to deal with these problems. In fact, the Legislature has enacted laws that served to unduly protect home builders at the expense of home owners. It has become very difficult for homeowners to take effective legal action to correct even the most blatant design and construction defects.This Homeowners' Bill of Rights is a law by homeowners for homeowners. It will give homeowners the ability to get defective homes fixed, to have their homes when built match what they were led to expect and to better understand financing and insurance schemes that are offered to them.Section 3. Title 12, Chapter 8, Article 14, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended by striking certain portions thereof (indicated by strikethroughs) and adding certain other portions (indicated by underlining)
Proposition 202 Amending Title 13, Chapter 20, Arizona Revised Statutes, By Amending Sections 13-2008, 13-2009, And 13-2010; And Amending Title 23, Chapter 2, Arizona Revised Statutes, By Amending Sections 23-211, 23-212, 23-213, And 23-214, And Adding Section 23-215.
Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of Arizona:Section 1. Section 13-2008, Arizona Revised Statutes, Is Amended To Read:13-2008. Taking And Knowingly Accepting Identity Of Another Person Or Entity; ClassificationA. A Person Commits Taking The Identity Of Another Person Or Entity If The Person Knowingly Takes, Purchases, Manufactures, Records, Possesses Or Uses Any Personal Identifying Information Or Entity Identifying Information Of Another Person Or Entity, Including A Real Or Fictitious Person Or Entity, Without The Consent Of That Other Person Or Entity, With The Intent To Obtain Or Use The Other Person's Or Entity's Identity For Any Unlawful Purpose, Or To Cause Loss To A Person Or Entity Whether Or Not The Person Or Entity Actually Suffers Any Economic Loss As A Result Of The Offense, Or With The Intent To Obtain Or Continue Employment.B. A Person Commits The Act Of Knowingly Accepting The Identity Of Another Person Or Entity In Hiring An Employee If The Person, With Actual Knowledge, Knowingly Accepts Any Personal Identifying Information Or Entity Identifying Information Of Another Person Or Entity Who Is Not Actually The Person Presenting Such Identifying Information For The Purpose Of Determining Whether The Person Presenting Such Identifying Information Has The Legal Right Or Authorization Under Federal Law To Work In The United States As Described And Determined Under The Processes And Procedures Under 8 United States Code Section 1324a.C. On The Request Of A Person Or Entity, A Peace Officer In Any Jurisdiction In Which An Element Of The Offenses Set Forth In This Section Is Committed, A Result Of The Offenses Set Forth In This Section Occurs Or The Person Or Entity Whose Identity Is Taken Or Accepted Resides Or Is Located Shall Take A Report. The Peace Officer May Provide A Copy Of The Report To Any Other Law Enforcement Agency That Is Located In A Jurisdiction In Which A Violation Of This Section Occurred.D. If A Defendant Is Alleged To Have Committed Multiple Violations Of This Section Within The Same County, The Prosecutor May File A Complaint Charging All Of The Violations And Any Related Charges Under Other Sections That Have Not Been Previously Filed In Any Precinct In Which A Violation Is Alleged To Have Occurred. If A Defendant Is Alleged To Have Committed Multiple Violations Of This Section Within The State, The Prosecutor May File A Complaint Charging All Of The Violations And Any Related Charges Under Other Sections That Have Not Been Previously Filed In Any County In Which A Violation Is Alleged To Have Occurred.E. This Section Does Not Apply To A Violation Of Section 4-241 By A Person Who Is Under Twenty-one Years Of Age.F. Taking The Identity Of Another Person Or Entity Or Knowingly Accepting The Identity Of Another Person Or Entity Is A Class 4 Felony.
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