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Questions for Federal Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
¹.ŗŗ RèpèalinoŗthèŗPatièntŗProtèctionŗanoŗ/íoroablèŗCarèŗ/ct.
2. Prohibiting abortion except where it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
3.ŗŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗonlvŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗ
one woman.
4. Permitting healthcare professionals to opt out of performing procedures that violate their moral
or religious beliefs.
5.ŗŗ /mènoinoŗthèŗU.S.ŗConstitutionŗtoŗrèouirèŗConorèssŗtoŗbalancèŗthèŗíèoèralŗbuooètŗèvèrvŗvèar.
6. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration
laws.
7. Providing federal funding to Planned Parenthood and other organizations that provide abortions.
8. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of
race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
9. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or educational savings accounts to enable children
to attend any public, private, or home school.
¹C.ŗŗSèttinoŗaŗoovèrnmèntŗcapŗonŗcarbonŗèmissionsĀŗrèouirinoŗcompanièsŗtoŗbuvŗèmissionsŗcrèoitsĀŗanoŗ
allowing them to trade any leftover credits (called “cap and trade”).
¹¹.ŗŗŗUsinoŗaŗprospèctivèŗíèoèralŗ|uooèĎsŗabilitvŗtoŗèmpathizèŗwithŗparticularŗsociètalŗoroupsŗasŗaŗ
criterion for their nomination.
¹2.ŗŗUsinoŗhumanŗèmbrvonicŗstèmŗcèllsŗíorŗrèsèarchŗpurposès.
¹3.ŗŗRèpèalinoŗthèŗíèoèralŗDèíènsèŗoíŗMarriaoèŗ/ctĀŗwhichŗstatèsŗthatŗmarriaoèŗisŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗ
manŗanoŗonèŗwomanŗanoŗoèclarèsŗstatèsŗooŗnotŗhavèŗtoŗrècoonizèŗsamèĕsèxŗmarriaoèŗíromŗothèrŗ
states.
14. Enforcing federal laws vigorously against obscene hardcore pornography.
¹5.ŗŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗíèoèralŗlnoianŗGaminoŗRèoulatorvŗ/ctŗtoŗplacèŗíurthèrŗrèstrictionsŗonŗthèŗ
èstablishmèntŗanoŗèxpansionŗoíŗoamblinoŗbvŗlnoianŗtribèsŗinŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatès.
federal questions
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Your Answers
Question #
U.S. President
Barack Obama
Gary Johnson
Jill Stein
Mitt Romney
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U.S. Senate
Richard Carmona
Je Flake
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Jonathan Paton
Ann Kirkpatrick
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Joe Pamelia
Richard Grayson
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Questions for Federal Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
¹.ŗ RèpèalinoŗthèŗPatièntŗProtèctionŗanoŗ/íoroablèŗCarèŗ/ct.
2. Prohibiting abortion except where it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
3.ŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗonlvŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗ
one woman.
4. Permitting healthcare professionals to opt out of performing procedures that violate their moral
or religious beliefs.
5.ŗ /mènoinoŗthèŗU.S.ŗConstitutionŗtoŗrèouirèŗConorèssŗtoŗbalancèŗthèŗíèoèralŗbuooètŗèvèrvŗvèar.
6. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration
laws.
7. Providing federal funding to Planned Parenthood and other organizations that provide abortions.
8. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of
race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
9. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or educational savings accounts to enable children
to attend any public, private, or home school.
¹C.ŗŗSèttinoŗaŗoovèrnmèntŗcapŗonŗcarbonŗèmissionsĀŗrèouirinoŗcompanièsŗtoŗbuvŗèmissionsŗcrèoitsĀŗanoŗ
allowing them to trade any leftover credits (called “cap and trade”).
¹¹.ŗ ŗUsinoŗaŗprospèctivèŗíèoèralŗ|uooèĎsŗabilitvŗtoŗèmpathizèŗwithŗparticularŗsociètalŗoroupsŗasŗaŗ
criterion for their nomination.
¹2.ŗ Usinoŗhumanŗèmbrvonicŗstèmŗcèllsŗíorŗrèsèarchŗpurposès.
¹3.ŗŗRèpèalinoŗthèŗíèoèralŗDèíènsèŗoíŗMarriaoèŗ/ctĀŗwhichŗstatèsŗthatŗmarriaoèŗisŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗ
manŗanoŗonèŗwomanŗanoŗoèclarèsŗstatèsŗooŗnotŗhavèŗtoŗrècoonizèŗsamèĕsèxŗmarriaoèŗíromŗothèrŗ
states.
14. Enforcing federal laws vigorously against obscene hardcore pornography.
¹5.ŗŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗíèoèralŗlnoianŗGaminoŗRèoulatorvŗ/ctŗtoŗplacèŗíurthèrŗrèstrictionsŗonŗthèŗ
èstablishmèntŗanoŗèxpansionŗoíŗoamblinoŗbvŗlnoianŗtribèsŗinŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatès.
federal questions
Joe Cobb
Gene Scharer
Jack Anderson
David Schweikert
Mark Salazar
Ed Pastor
Stephen Dolgos
Trent Franks
Powell Gammill
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Marcia Busching
Paul Newman
Robert “Bob” Burns
Sandra Kennedy
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Rosanna Gabaldon
Questions for State Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
1. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education savings accounts to
enable children to attend any public, private, or home school.
2. Prohibiting touching or tipping dancers and fully nude performances in sexually
oriented businesses.
3. Lowering the range of Arizona’s mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines for
possessors of child pornography.
4. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
5.ŗŗ /llowinoŗslotŗmachinèsŗanoŗtablèŗoamèsŗoíŗlnoianŗrèsèrvations.
6.ŗŗ ŗGovèrnmèntŗorantinoŗunmarrièoŗoomèsticŗpartnèrsŗthèŗsamèŗèmplovèèŗanoŗhèalthŗ
bènèntsŗasŗmarrièoŗcouplès.
7.ŗŗ /llowinoŗthèŗLèoislaturèŗtoŗcutŗvotèrĕapprovèoŗspènoinoŗinŗtimèsŗoíŗnnancialŗcrisis.
8. Legalizing voluntary euthanasia.
9.ŗŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗonèŗwoman.
¹C.ŗŗChanoinoŗ/rizonaĎsŗ|uoicialŗsèlèctionŗprocèssŗsoŗthèŗGovèrnorŗappointsŗanoŗthèŗSènatèŗconnrmsŗ|uooès.
11. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race,
religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
¹2.ŗŗŗExtènoinoŗthèŗcurrèntŗ6Cĕoavŗwaitinoŗpèriooŗíorŗoivorcèsŗthatŗinvolvèŗminorŗchilorènŗinŗoroèrŗtoŗèncouraoèŗ
reconciliation.
13. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration.
14. Taxpayer dollars subsidizing paid time o for public employees to engage in union activities.
¹5.ŗŗProtèctinoŗproíèssionalsŗíromŗbèinoŗrèouirèoŗtoŗprovioèŗsèrvicèsŗthatŗviolatèŗthèirŗmoralŗorŗrèlioiousŗbèlièís.
Tom Rawles I
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Questions for State Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
1. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education savings accounts to enable children to attend any
public, private, or home school.
2. Prohibiting touching or tipping dancers and fully nude performances in sexually oriented businesses.
3. Lowering the range of Arizona’s mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines for possessors of child
pornography.
4. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
5.ŗ /llowinoŗslotŗmachinèsŗanoŗtablèŗoamèsŗoíŗlnoianŗrèsèrvations.
6.ŗ ŗGovèrnmèntŗorantinoŗunmarrièoŗoomèsticŗpartnèrsŗthèŗsamèŗèmplovèèŗanoŗhèalthŗbènèntsŗasŗmarrièoŗ
couples.
7.ŗ /llowinoŗthèŗLèoislaturèŗtoŗcutŗvotèrĕapprovèoŗspènoinoŗinŗtimèsŗoíŗnnancialŗcrisis.
8. Legalizing voluntary euthanasia.
9.ŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗonèŗwoman.
¹C.ŗŗChanoinoŗ/rizonaĎsŗ|uoicialŗsèlèctionŗprocèssŗsoŗthèŗGovèrnorŗappointsŗanoŗthèŗSènatèŗconnrmsŗ|uooès.
11. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race,
religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
¹2.ŗ ŗExtènoinoŗthèŗcurrèntŗ6Cĕoavŗwaitinoŗpèriooŗíorŗoivorcèsŗthatŗinvolvèŗminorŗchilorènŗinŗoroèrŗtoŗèncouraoèŗ
reconciliation.
13. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration.
14. Taxpayer dollars subsidizing paid time o for public employees to engage in union activities.
¹5.ŗ ŗProtèctinoŗproíèssionalsŗíromŗbèinoŗrèouirèoŗtoŗprovioèŗsèrvicèsŗthatŗviolatèŗthèirŗmoralŗorŗrèlioiousŗbèlièís.
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Jack C. Jackson, Jr.
Barbara McGuire
Albert Hale
Joe Ortiz
Dean Dill
Ernest Bustamante
Frank Pratt
Jamescita Peshlakai
Emily Verdugo
Thomas “T. J.” Shope
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Dave Joseph
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Warren Petersen
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David Bradley
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Bruce Wheeler
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Scott Prior
John Allen
Doug Coleman
Bill Maher
Patricia Flickner
Matthew Cerra
Heather Carter
Kelly Townsend
Nancy Barto
Rich Crandall
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Questions for State Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
1. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education savings accounts to enable children to attend any
public, private, or home school.
2. Prohibiting touching or tipping dancers and fully nude performances in sexually oriented businesses.
3. Lowering the range of Arizona’s mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines for possessors of child
pornography.
4. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
5.ŗ /llowinoŗslotŗmachinèsŗanoŗtablèŗoamèsŗoíŗlnoianŗrèsèrvations.
6.ŗ ŗGovèrnmèntŗorantinoŗunmarrièoŗoomèsticŗpartnèrsŗthèŗsamèŗèmplovèèŗanoŗhèalthŗbènèntsŗasŗmarrièoŗ
couples.
7.ŗ /llowinoŗthèŗLèoislaturèŗtoŗcutŗvotèrĕapprovèoŗspènoinoŗinŗtimèsŗoíŗnnancialŗcrisis.
8. Legalizing voluntary euthanasia.
9.ŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗonèŗwoman.
¹C.ŗŗChanoinoŗ/rizonaĎsŗ|uoicialŗsèlèctionŗprocèssŗsoŗthèŗGovèrnorŗappointsŗanoŗthèŗSènatèŗconnrmsŗ|uooès.
11. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race,
religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
¹2.ŗ ŗExtènoinoŗthèŗcurrèntŗ6Cĕoavŗwaitinoŗpèriooŗíorŗoivorcèsŗthatŗinvolvèŗminorŗchilorènŗinŗoroèrŗtoŗèncouraoèŗ
reconciliation.
13. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration.
14. Taxpayer dollars subsidizing paid time o for public employees to engage in union activities.
¹5.ŗ ŗProtèctinoŗproíèssionalsŗíromŗbèinoŗrèouirèoŗtoŗprovioèŗsèrvicèsŗthatŗviolatèŗthèirŗmoralŗorŗrèlioiousŗbèlièís.
state questions
Gail Grin
David Gowan
Steve Montenegro
Robert Leach
Patricia V. Fleming
Mark Stonebraker
David Stevens
Darin Mitchell
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Don Shooter R
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Key to Answers
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J.D. Mesnard
Corey Harris
Steve Yarbrough
John McComish
Darin Fisher
Bill Gates
Janie Hydrick
Je Dial
Bob Robson
Tom Forese
Brent Fine
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Court of Appeals judicial
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and school board races, please visit
azvoterguide.com.
VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 204
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Questions for State Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
1. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education
savings accounts to enable children to attend any public,
private, or home school.
2. Prohibiting touching or tipping dancers and fully nude
performances in sexually oriented businesses.
3. Lowering the range of Arizona’s mandatory minimum
sentencing guidelines for possessors of child pornography.
4. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the
death of the mother.
5.ŗŗ ŗ/llowinoŗslotŗmachinèsŗanoŗtablèŗoamèsŗoíŗlnoianŗ
reservations.
6.ŗŗ ŗGovèrnmèntŗorantinoŗunmarrièoŗoomèsticŗpartnèrsŗthèŗsamèŗ
èmplovèèŗanoŗhèalthŗbènèntsŗasŗmarrièoŗcouplès.
7.ŗŗ ŗ/llowinoŗthèŗLèoislaturèŗtoŗcutŗvotèrĕapprovèoŗspènoinoŗinŗ
timèsŗoíŗnnancialŗcrisis.
8. Legalizing voluntary euthanasia.
9.ŗŗ ŗ/mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗonèŗwoman.
¹C.ŗŗChanoinoŗ/rizonaĎsŗ|uoicialŗsèlèctionŗprocèssŗsoŗthèŗGovèrnorŗappointsŗanoŗthèŗSènatèŗconnrmsŗ|uooès.
11. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race,
religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
¹2.ŗŗŗExtènoinoŗthèŗcurrèntŗ6Cĕoavŗwaitinoŗpèriooŗíorŗoivorcèsŗthatŗinvolvèŗminorŗchilorènŗinŗoroèrŗtoŗèncouraoèŗ
reconciliation.
13. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration.
14. Taxpayer dollars subsidizing paid time o for public employees to engage in union activities.
¹5.ŗŗProtèctinoŗproíèssionalsŗíromŗbèinoŗrèouirèoŗtoŗprovioèŗsèrvicèsŗthatŗviolatèŗthèirŗmoralŗorŗrèlioiousŗbèlièís.
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Rick Gray
Carl Seel
Sheri Van Horsen
Rick Murphy
Debbie Lesko
Paul Boyer
Carol Lokare
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Jackie Thrasher
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Brian Kaufman
Gerard Davis
Katie Hobbs
Lela Alston
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Judy M. Burges
Michele Reagan
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Phil Lovas
Michelle Ugenti
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Questions for State Candidates
Please indicate whether you support (S) or oppose (O):
1. Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education savings accounts to enable children to attend any
public, private, or home school.
2. Prohibiting touching or tipping dancers and fully nude performances in sexually oriented businesses.
3. Lowering the range of Arizona’s mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines for possessors of child
pornography.
4. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
5.ŗŗ /llowinoŗslotŗmachinèsŗanoŗtablèŗoamèsŗoíŗlnoianŗrèsèrvations.
6.ŗŗ ŗGovèrnmèntŗorantinoŗunmarrièoŗoomèsticŗpartnèrsŗthèŗsamèŗèmplovèèŗanoŗhèalthŗbènèntsŗasŗmarrièoŗ
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8. Legalizing voluntary euthanasia.
9.ŗŗ /mènoinoŗthèŗUnitèoŗStatèsŗConstitutionŗtoŗoènnèŗmarriaoèŗasŗthèŗunionŗoíŗonèŗmanŗanoŗonèŗwoman.
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11. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race,
religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
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13. Passing state laws that authorize local law enforcement ocials to enforce federal immigration.
14. Taxpayer dollars subsidizing paid time o for public employees to engage in union activities.
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2012 BALLOT PROPOSITIONS
A summary of the FOR and AGAINST arguments for each proposition
is available at azvoterguide.com.
The full text of the propositions and arguments may be found at azsos.gov.
PROP 115
PROP 117
PROP 120
PROP 118
PROP 121
PROP 204
PROP 114
Amends the Arizona Constitution to protect crime victims from liability for damages
suíèrèoŗbvŗthèŗpèrsonŗcommittinoŗorŗattèmptinoŗtoŗcommitŗaŗíèlonvŗcrimè.ŗlíŗaŗpèrsonŗ
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able to seek damages from the victim.
/mènosŗthèŗ/rizonaŗConstitutionŗrèoaroinoŗhowŗ|uooèsŗarèŗsèlèctèoŗanoŗrètainèo.ŗ/monoŗ
other provisions, the proposition increases the minimum number of individuals that are
nominatèoŗíorŗ|uoicialŗopèninosŗanoŗrèouirèsŗthatŗmorèŗiníormationŗisŗavailablèŗtoŗthèŗ
publicŗrèoaroinoŗ|uooèsŗupŗíorŗrètèntion.ŗ
Center for Arizona Policy encourages a YES vote on Prop 115.
PROP 116
Amends the Arizona Constitution to set the amount exempt from annual taxes on business
èouipmèntŗanoŗmachinèrvŗpurchasèoŗaítèrŗ2C¹2ŗtoŗanŗamountŗèoualŗtoŗthèŗcombinèoŗ
earnings of 50 Arizona workers.
Amends the Arizona Constitution to set a limit on the annual percentage increase in
property values used to determine property taxes to no more than 5% , and establishes a
single property value as the basis for determining all real property taxes beginning in 2014.
Amends the Arizona Constitution to declare Arizona’s sovereignty over the public lands
and all natural resources within the state of Arizona.
Amends the Arizona Constitution to change the distribution formula for the state land
trust permanent endowment fund, which funds various public institutions, including
schools, to be 2.5% of the average monthly market values of the fund for the immediately
prècèoinoŗnvèŗcalènoarŗvèars.
Amends the Arizona Constitution to replace the current party primary election with a “top
two” primary election in which all voters, regardless of party aliation, vote in a single,
combinèoŗprimarvŗanoŗthèŗtopŗtwoŗvotèĕoèttèrsŗíorŗèachŗsèatŗaovancèŗtoŗthèŗoènèralŗ
election ballot.
Center for Arizona Policy encourages a NO vote on Prop 121.
CrèatèsŗaŗnèwĀŗpèrmanèntŗ¹ĸŗsalèsŗtaxŗèíèctivèŗJunèŗ¹Āŗ2C¹3ŗíorŗthèŗpurposèŗoíŗíunoinoŗ
èoucationalŗprooramsĀŗpublicŗtransportationŗinírastructurèŗpro|èctsĀŗanoŗhumanŗsèrvicèsĂŗ
íorbiosŗrèouctionsŗtoŗcurrèntŗKĕ¹2ŗanoŗunivèrsitvŗíunoinoŗlèvèlsĂŗanoŗíorbiosŗrèouctionsŗtoŗ
the current state sales tax base.
Center for Arizona Policy encourages a NO vote on Prop 204.
PROP 119
Amends the Arizona Constitution to authorize exchanges of state trust land for military
installation preservation purposes or for trust land management purposes.
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