A ballot initiative to reform elections and campaign finance laws was barred from the November ballot on Friday afternoon by the Arizona Supreme Court after a week of legal activity that saw the measure’s fate reversed. Read more»
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A ballot initiative that would overhaul Arizona campaign finance laws is tentatively approved for voters to consider in the November election - but that could change Friday if the Arizona Supreme Court doesn’t like how a judge counted the initiative’s signatures. Read more»
Since ending a brief hiatus caused by the coronavirus outbreak, campaigns for three ballot initiatives have ramped up their hiring of petition circulators over the past several weeks in preparation for their final drive for the November ballot. Read more»