Election Information
2020 Initiatives, Referendums & Recalls
Initiative, Referendum and Recall Applications
Last updated on June 20, 2019 at 01:27:34 PM
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C-01-2020 Initiative to re-legalize Marijuana & Hashish in Arizona 201800149 November 13, 2018 July 2, 2020 356,467
RAD Final 1
1905 W. Las Palmaritas Dr. #F165
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(480) 779-8735
[email protected]
Mickey Jones, Applicant and Chair
Travis VandenBrul, Treasurer
"This initiative is 100% complete legalization of marijuana and hashish. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating marijuana. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a marijuana crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person marijuana rights, forbids the government from discriminating against marijuana users, protects marijuana user's gun and child custody rights and requires the courts to accept cases involving marijuana."
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C-02-2020 Initiative to re-legalize all drugs including marijuana, hashish, heroin, cocaine & peyote in AZ 201800149 November 13, 2018 July 2, 2020 356,467
RAD Final 1
1905 W. Las Palmaritas Dr. #F165
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(480) 779-8735
[email protected]
Mickey Jones, Applicant and Chair
Travis VandenBrul, Treasurer
"This initiative is 100% complete legalization of all drugs. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating any drug. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a drug crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person drug rights, forbids the government from discriminating against drug users, protects drug user's gun and child custody rights and requires the courts to accept cases involving drugs."
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C-03-2020 The American Dream Act AZ 200602844 December 13, 2018 July 2, 2020 356,467
Prop 13 Arizona
2610 E. Spring Road
Phoenix, AZ 85032
602) 900-6238
[email protected]
Lynne Weaver, Applicant and Chair
Randy Pullen, Treasurer
"The American Dream Act AZ eliminates all property taxes on the Arizona primary legal residence of United States Citizens over the age of 65."
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C-04-2020 Voters' Right to Know Amendment 201800338 March 26, 2019 July 2, 2020 356,467
Outlaw Dirty Money
502 W Roosevelt st
Phoenix, AZ 85003
(602) 633-5146
[email protected]
Terry Goddard, Applicant and Chair
Jennifer Boucek, Treasurer
This Constitutional Amendment secures for every Arizonan the right to know the original sources of money spent to influence an Arizona election using public communications. Under this Amendment, it will no longer be possible to hide from public view the true sources of campaign spending. Anyone spending more than $20,000 on a statewide campaign or $10,000 on a local campaign must disclose contributions of $5,000 or more used to fund campaign expenditures. Major contributions must be tracked to their original sources. Violators are subject to fines. A non-partisan, voter-established commission will write and enforce rules to implement this Amendment.
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I-01-2020 Relating to the HOV lane and the creation of high occupancy toll lanes 202000007 December 12, 2018 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonians for Tomorrow
62 E. Evelyn Ln.
Tempe, AZ 85284
(215) 390-3166
[email protected]
James Leamon, Applicant and Chair
Codey Tamez, Treasurer

"Allows HOV Lanes to be used by cars with less than two people by paying a toll. This toll is designated to go to several programs including roads, AZ Dept of Economic Security, AZ Medicaid and Medicare, Creation of a Statewide Scholarship. AZ Public Schools, AZ Libraries, Valley Metro Transportation , and The AZ Recorders Office for improving equipment, vote counting and reliability."
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I-02-2020 Relating to excessive speeds 202000007 December 12, 2018 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonians for Tomorrow
62 E. Evelyn Ln.
Tempe, AZ 85284
(215) 390-3166
[email protected]
James Leamon, Applicant and Chair
Codey Tamez, Treasurer
"This Initiative removes all criminal penalties for speeding, requires increased fines and traffic school for habitual offenders. This initiative also offers retroactive forgiveness, anyone charged criminally prior to the enactment of this initiative shall be eligible for expungement."
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I-03-2020 Relating to Arizona State Lottery age 202000007 December 12, 2018 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonians for Tomorrow
62 E. Evelyn Ln.
Tempe, AZ 85284
(215) 390-3166
[email protected]
James Leamon, Applicant and Chair
Codey Tamez, Treasurer
"Lowers the lottery age to 18 years of age, 17 for those serving in the armed forces with valid Active Duty military ID"
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I-04-2020 Relating to photo enforcement 202000007 December 12, 2018 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonians for Tomorrow
62 E. Evelyn Ln.
Tempe, AZ 85284
(215) 390-3166
[email protected]
James Leamon, Applicant and Chair
Codey Tamez, Treasurer
"Bans all Redlight Cameras in the state of Arizona, Offers retroactive forgiveness for unpaid violations"
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I-05-2020 Relating to liquor age, sale, enforcement and penalties 202000007 December 12, 2018 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonians for Tomorrow
62 E. Evelyn Ln.
Tempe, AZ 85284
(215) 390-3166
[email protected]
James Leamon, Applicant and Chair
Codey Tamez, Treasurer
"Lowers the drinking age in Arizona to 18 years of Age , creates a 30 percent tax for those under 21 of age on acholic beverages. This tax shall go to state roads and local municipalities"
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I-06-2020 Arizona Cannabis Justice Act 202000024 January 7, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
AZ Justice League
7047 E Greenway Pkwy #250
Scottsdale, AZ 85295
(928) 814-2827
[email protected]
Nicole Gallegos, Applicant
Rick Villalobos, Chair
Kevin Henry, Treasurer
REFILED AS I-07-2020 ON 01/07/2019 DUE TO CHANGE IN TEXT
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I-07-2020 Arizona Cannabis Justice Act 202000024 January 7, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
AZ Justice League
7047 E Greenway Pkwy #250
Scottsdale, AZ 85295
(928) 814-2827
[email protected]
Nicole Gallegos, Applicant
Rick Villalobos, Chair
Kevin Henry, Treasurer
REFILED AS I-08-2020 ON 01/14/2019 DUE TO CHANGE IN SUMMARY
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I-08-2020 Arizona Cannabis Justice Act 202000024 January 14, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
AZ Justice League
7047 E Greenway Pkway #250
Scottsdale, AZ 85295
(928) 814-2827
[email protected]
Nicole Gallegos, Applicant
Rick Villalobos, Chair
Kevin Henry, Treasurer
"The AZ Justice League's Cannabis Justice Act: (1) Successfully removes criminal codes for the possession, consumption, cultivation and the sale of cannabis for adults at least 18 years of age in Arizona; (2) Decriminalizes all cannabis offenses; (3) Provides immediate release and post conviction relief for prior cannabis offenses and/or charges; (4) Prevents the state from conspiring with other governments to enforce cannabis laws; (5) Establishes a sale tax on retail cannabis sales from which revenue will be allocated to education and AHCCCS; (6) Places cannabis under The Department of Agriculture."
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I-09-2020 KEEP PARTISAN POLITICS OUT OF THE CLASSROOM ACT 202000073 April 25, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
YES for a Classroom Code of Ethics
11031 North 11th Place
Phoenix, AZ 85020
(480) 318-2812
[email protected]
Catherine A. Barrett, Applicant and Chair
John Maynard, Treasurer
REFILED AS I-15-2020 ON 05/23/2019 DUE TO CHANGE IN TEXT
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I-10-2020 Protect Arizona Agriculture Act 201800134 May 3, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Organic Now
4015 E. Caliente Canyon Place
Tucson, AZ 85749
(520) 250-4656
[email protected]
Nicolas R. Guillermo, Applicant and Chair
Tracy Molina, Treasurer
This act may be cited as the "Protect Arizona Agriculture Act." Agricultural chemicals threaten pollinators crucial to Arizona's agriculture. The Associate Director of Agriculture shall be responsible for ensuring that comprehensive health analysis and health risk assessments of agricultural chemicals on humans, flora, fauna and organisms that improve soil health including fungi and pollinators are reviewed and reported to the legislature. The Associate Director shall suspend the registration of all branches of the nitro group of neonicotinoids, chlorpyrifos and glyphosate, and regulate agricultural chemicals as necessary to protect Arizona's agriculture and health.
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I-11-2020 Legal Tender Act 201800132 May 3, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Free Market Solutions
4015 N. Caliente Canyon Place
Tucson, AZ 85749
(520) 250-4656
[email protected]
Nicolas R. Guillermo, Applicant and Chair
Tracy Molina, Treasurer
Free markets increase prosperity along with security for people's property. Involuntary taxation on through coercion is theft. No agency may tax cryptocurrency savings or transfers from cryptocurrency to precious metal specie or United States federal reserve nots. Cryptocurrency may be deemed legal tender as an authorized medium of exchange and for payments of debts and taxes in the same qualification of legal tender as precious metal specie. This act may be cited as the "Legal Tender Act."
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I-12-2020 Ban Hydraulic Fracturing Within Arizona Act 201400149 May 3, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Representative Initiatives
4015 E. Caliente Canyon Place
Tucson, AZ 85749
(520) 250-4656
[email protected]
Nicolas R. Guillermo, Applicant and Chair
Tracy Molina, Treasurer
The people of Arizona declare that hydraulic fracturing pollutes soil, air and our groundwater, a very limited resource in Arizona. To protect the health and wellbeing of our residents, we shall ban hydraulic fracturing and encourage alternative sources of energy that do not threaten future generations essential water. This Act may be cited as the "Ban Hydraulic Fracturing Within Arizona Act."
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I-13-2020 Save Oak Flat Act 201800130 May 3, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Save Oak Flat
4015 E. Caliente Canyon Place
Tucson, AZ 85749
(520) 250-4656
[email protected]
Nicolas R. Guillermo, Applicant and Chair
Tracy Molina, Treasurer
This act shall be cited as the "Save Oak Flat Act." This act nullifies section 3003 of the Carl Levin and Howard P. "Buck" McKeon National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015. The people declare that the legislature's lack of protection of tribal sacred areas located on Federal land poses significant religious, cultural, historic and anthropological significance for Native American tribes. We the people of Arizona declare that the land and water of Oak Flat is crucial to Arizona and must be protected.
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I-14-2020 Arizona Fair Lending Act 202000082 May 15, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonans for Fair Lending (Our Voice Our Vote Arizona, LUCHA)
1241 E. Washington St., Suite 103
Phoenix, AZ 85034
(480) 588-6120
[email protected]
Cymone Bolding, Applicant and Chair
Lee Lange, Treasurer
REFILED AS I-16-2020 ON 06/18/2019
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I-15-2020 Arizona Classroom Code of Ethics for K-12 Public Schools 202000073 May 23, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
YES for a Classroom Code of Ethics
11031 North 11th Place
Phoenix, AZ 85020
(480) 318-2812
[email protected]
Catherine A. Barrett, Applicant and Chair
John Maynard, Treasurer
This measure implements a Code of Ethics and requires the State Board of education to adopt rules adopting the Code of Ethics and enforcement procedures. Requires the Code of Ethics adopted to prohibit public school teachers from engaging in classroom political advocacy, defined as advocating for or against legislation, elected officials and candidates, political parties, and judicial decisions. Teachers may discuss historical matters, defined as legislation over fifty years old and elected officials and candidates who serve or ran over fifty years ago. Gives the Attorney General and respective county attorneys, and all residents, standing to enforce this measure.
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I-16-2020 Arizona Fair Lending Act   June 18, 2019 July 2, 2020 237,645
Arizonans for Fair Lending (Our Voice Our Vote Arizona, LUCHA)
1241 E. Washington St., Suite 103
Phoenix, AZ 85034
(480) 588-6120
[email protected]
Cymone Bolding, Applicant and Chair
Lee Lange, Treasurer
The Arizona Fair Lending Act forbids interest, fees, and charges exceeding an annual rate of 36% on title loans as defined; requires licenses for title lending, equal installment payments, clear title to the motor vehicle to secure such loans, filing liens used to secure such loans and release of liens if loans are paid in full; prohibits taking additional security for such loans, balloon payments, prepayment penalties, accelerating loans for reasons other than default, and disguising title loans as another device to avoid the Act's requirements; voids noncompliant loans; permits attorney general enforcement and private right of action.
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