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Arizona Senate Passes Two Election Law Bills

Published on June 22, 2009, by in General.

On June 22, the Arizona Senate passed two election law bills. SCR1025 asks the voters in 2010 if they wish to repeal the state’s public funding program for candidates for state office. It passed 17-12. SB 1091 is the Secretary of State’s omnibus election law bill. It passed 18-11. It includes many unrelated provisions, including moving the independent presidential petition deadline from June to September, and letting out-of-state circulators work on independent presidential petitions, but no other kinds of petitions.

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  1. Glenn Brown

    I guess anything in Arizon is better than nothing.

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