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Statewide Ballot Measures

Propositions are able to be sent to the ballot by both the state legislature and the citizens themselves. To gain official ballot status a certain amount of petition signatures must be gathered and submitted to the Secretary of State's Office.

The Secretary of State's Office creates a "Publicity Pamphlet". This pamphlet contains the official title and text of statewide propositions that will be on the ballot, it also contains arguments submitted in favor and against each measure. To view the Secretary of State's Publicity Pamphlet click the button below.

Publicity Pamphlet

ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy has examined Arizona's propositions to offer voters independent and nonpartisan assessments. "Understanding Arizona's Propositions" provides information on each ballot proposal, how each came about, what it would do if passed, and its likely impact.

Understanding Arizona's Propositions