Election Day, Nov. 8, is fast approaching. Signs are popping up on street corners, in front yards and on vehicles around town. Social media is abuzz with clever memes and video pop-ups to snag your attention and sway your vote. Traditional TV advertising is carpet-bombing living rooms across the nation with negative messages fueled by special interest groups, billionaires, and dark money. This tsunami of mixed messages from random sources with questionable credentials leaves many voters overwhelmed and wondering which messages are true.
Arizonans will face a long ballot when they cast their votes in the November 8, 2022 election. Besides voting on statewide, legislative, judicial and school board candidates, there are 10 propositions on the ballot. Of the 10 propositions, eight were referred to the voters by the Legislature. Know the propositions before you vote!
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