2002 Ballot Propositions

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BALLOT PROPOSITION VOTER'S GUIDE

This page is provided for your convenience to mark your choices after studying the propositions. It may be detached from this booklet and taken to the polling place on General Election Day, November 5, 2002, to assist you in voting your ballot.

Proposition 100 - proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to municipal debt limits

YES

NO

Proposition 101 - proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to State Lands

YES

NO

Proposition 102 - proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to residential property tax valuation

YES

NO

Proposition 103 - proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to bailable offenses

YES

NO

Proposition 104 - proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution by the legislature relating to school district expenditure limitations

YES

NO

Proposition 200 - proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming

YES

NO

Proposition 201 - proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming and racetrack gaming

YES

NO

Proposition 202 - proposed by initiative petition relating to Indian gaming

YES

NO

Proposition 203 - proposed by initiative petition relating to penalties for drug possession and use

YES

NO

Proposition 300 - referred by the legislature relating to State School Trust Land revenues

YES

NO

Proposition 301 - referred by the legislature relating to the State Lottery

YES

NO

Proposition 302 - referred by the legislature relating to probation

YES

NO

Proposition 303 - referred by the legislature relating to taxation of tobacco products

YES

NO

Proposition 304 - recommendation of the commission on salaries for elective state officers relating to legislators' salaries

YES

NO

VOTER'S RIGHTS

VOTER REGISTRATION

October 7 is the registration deadline for the 2002 General Election.

You can now register to vote online! Visit the Service Arizona Voter Registration site at:

http://www.servicearizona.com

The Ballot Format displayed in HTML reflects only the text of the Ballot Proposition and does not reflect how it will appear on the General Election Ballot.
Spelling, grammar, and punctuation were reproduced as submitted in the "for" and "against" arguments.


BETSEY BAYLESS
Arizona Secretary of State
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September 2002