If you didn’t get yours, it’s not too late to pick up a copy of the Arizona Voter Education Guide, a 187-page pamphlet covering the General Election slated for Tuesday, November 4th in Arizona.
In this year’s election, voting will be for 30 Senators and 60 Representatives, and the elections include offices of the Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Mine Inspector as well as two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Upon opening the guide, you will see the candidate statements in alphabetical order for the office they are seeking. This guide is designed to provide the voter with a clear picture of what the candidate wants to convey, so the statements were not edited other than for uniformity of word count and layout.
Participation was completely optional and any candidates who were eligible to appear on the general election ballot as of September 8, 2014 were included. No write-ins, congressional candidates, local candidates or judges seeking retention were included.
The pamphlet is printed in both English and Spanish and is designed to be a nonpartisan, plain language handbook providing information about state elections and individual candidates. The label on the pamphlet you received in the mail indicates what district you are in.
Scottsdale Voting Information
Since none of the Scottsdale Council seats were filled in the Primary Election, the three council seats will be filled through the General Election this coming Tuesday. Review the Candidate Information Pamphlet covering for all Scottsdale City Council candidates.
Don’t forget your ID; all voters are required to show proof of identity before being given a ballot. Find your 2014 Scottsdale voting precinct location.
Your next step: get out and vote!