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Arizona Secretary of State

COUNTY RECORDERS AND ELECTION OFFICIALS

CR=COUNTY RECORDER; EO=ELECTION OFFICER

Apache County

CR Jeanne Udall

PO Box 425

St. Johns, AZ 85936-0425

(520) 337-4364 Ext 236

TDD (520) 337-4402

EO Mary Fontes

PO Box 428

St Johns, AZ 85936

(520) 337-4364

Cochise County

CR Christine Rhodes

PO Box 184

Bisbee, AZ 85603-0184

(520) 432-9278

TDD (520) 432-9297

EO Thomas Schelling

PO Box 223

Bisbee, AZ 85603

(520) 432-9236

Coconino County

CR Candace D. Owens

219 East Cherry Avenue

Flagstaff, AZ 86001-4696

(520) 779-6585

TDD (520) 779-6583

EO S. Swaby & K. Waite

219 East Cherry Avenue

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

(520) 779-6667

Gila County

CR Linda Haught Ortega

1400 E. Ash St.

Globe, AZ 85501-1496

(520) 425-3231 Ext 305

TDD (520) 425-0839

EO Dixie Mundy

1400 East Ash Street

Globe, AZ 85501

(520) 425-3231 Ext 411

Graham County

CR Shirley Angle

921 Thatcher Blvd

Safford, AZ 85546-9985

(520) 428-3560

TDD (520) 428-3562

EO Judy Dickerson

921 Thatcher Boulevard

Safford, AZ 85546

(520) 428-3250

Greenlee County

CR Katie Clonts

PO Box 1625

Clifton, AZ 85533-1625

(520) 865-2632

TDD (520) 865-2632

EO Deborah "Kay" Gale

PO Box 908

Clifton, AZ 85533

(520) 865-2072

La Paz County

CR Patricia Wall

1112 Joshua Ste 201

Parker, AZ 85344-5735

(520) 669-6136

TDD (520) 669-8400

EO Donna J. Hale

1108 Joshua Avenue

Parker, AZ 85344

(520) 669-6115

Maricopa County

CR Helen Purcell

111 S. 3rd Ave.

Phoenix, AZ 85003-2225

(602) 506-1511

TDD (602) 506-1517

EO Karen Osborne

111 South 3rd Ave.

Phoenix, AZ 85003

(602) 506-1521

Mohave County

CR Joan McCall

PO Box 70

Kingman, AZ 86402-0070

(520) 753-0701

TDD (520) 753-0769

EO Brad R. Nelson

PO Box 7000

Kingman, AZ 86402

(520) 753-0733

Navajo County

CR Jay Turley

PO Box 668

Holbrook, AZ 86025-0668

(520) 524-4190

TDD (520) 524-4294

EO Michele A. Baker

PO Box 668

Holbrook, AZ 86025

(520) 524-4062

Pima County

CR F. Ann Rodriguez

115 N. Church

Tucson, AZ 85701-1199

(520) 623-2649

TDD (520) 740-4320

EO Mitch Etter

130 W. Congress St., 8th Fl.

Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 740-4260

Pinal County

CR Kathleen C. Felix

PO Box 848

Florence, AZ 85232-0848

(520) 868-7100

TDD (520) 868-7166

EO Gilberto Hoyos

PO Box 827

Florence, AZ 85232-0827

(520) 868-6237

Santa Cruz County

CR Suzanne Sainz

2150 N Congress Drive

Nogales, AZ 85621

(520) 761-7800

TDD (520) 761-7816

EO Melinda Meek

2150 N Congress Drive

Nogales, AZ 85621

(520) 761-7813

Yavapai County

CR Patsy Jenney-Colón

1015 Fair St.

Prescott, AZ 86301-3868

(520) 771-3244

TDD (520) 776-7253

EO Sharon Keene-Wright

1015 Fair Street

Prescott, AZ 86301

(520) 771-3250

Yuma County

CR Susan H. Marler

198 S. Main St.

Yuma, AZ 85364-1424

(520) 329-2061

TDD (520) 329-2063

EO Sharyn Runyen

198 South Main Street

Yuma, AZ 85364

(520) 329-2119

VOTER REGISTRATION

October 5, 1998 is the registration deadline for the 1998 General Election.

Voter registration forms are available from the county recorder in each county, as well as at government offices and public locations throughout the state. You can also request a form from the Secretary of State's Web site at www.azsos.gov or by calling toll-free inside Arizona 1-877-THE-VOTE (1-877-843-8683). Completed forms can be mailed or turned in to the appropriate county recorder, whose address is listed on the page opposite this page.

Arizona residents who are temporarily absent from the state can register by mailing a registration form to the county recorder in their county of residence.

Who should re-register?

· Voters who change their names

· Voters who change their addresses

· Voters who change their political party affiliations

 

EARLY VOTING

Any registered voter can vote early in Arizona's 1998 General Election. County recorders offer early voting in their offices. In some counties, early voting is also offered at locations other than the recorder's office. Early voting begins October 1, 1998 and ends at 5 p.m. on the second Friday before the election.

Registered voters can request that a ballot be mailed to them. The request can be telephoned, mailed, or faxed to the appropriate county recorder at any time until 5 p.m. on the second Friday before the election. A written request must include the voter's name and address as registered, date of birth, election for which the ballot is requested, address where voter is temporarily residing (if applicable), and the signature of the voter.

Ballots must be returned to the county recorder, either by personal delivery or by mail, or they may be dropped off at any polling place in the voter's county of residence, no later than 7 p.m. on election day.

VOTER'S RIGHTS

Any voter may be accompanied into the voting booth by a person of his or her choice or by a representative of each major political party, except for a candidate, other than precinct committeeman, whose name appears on the ballot, for the purpose of assisting the voter in casting a ballot.

Sample ballots may be brought to the polling place and may be taken into the voting booth at the time of the election.

Any qualified voter who is in the line of waiting voters at 7 p.m. on election day shall be allowed to prepare and cast a ballot.

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VOTER'S GUIDE

This form is provided for your convenience to mark your choices after studying the propositions. This page may be detached from the pamphlet and taken to the polling place on General Election Day, November 3, 1998, to assist you in voting your ballot.

Proposition 100 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to public retirement
systems

Proposition 101 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to commission on
salaries for elected state officers

Proposition 102 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to investment of State
Trust funds

Proposition 103 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to voting in Primary
Elections

Proposition 104 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to initiative and referendum

Proposition 105 Yes No

Initiative Petition relating to initiative and referendum

Proposition 106 Yes No

Initiative Petition relating to voting in Primary Elections

Proposition 200 Yes No

Initiative Petition relating to campaign finance funding
and reporting system

Proposition 201 Yes No

Initiative Petition relating to cockfighting

Proposition 202 Yes No

Initiative Petition relating to federal candidates' IRS pledge

Proposition 300 Yes No

Referendum Petition relating to medical use of Schedule I
drugs

Proposition 301 Yes No

Referendum Petition relating to probation eligibility for
drug possession/use

Proposition 302 Yes No

Commission recommendation relating to salary for State
Legislators

Proposition 303 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to appropriation for
open space land

Proposition 304 Yes No

Referred by the Legislature relating to State Lottery
termination date