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U.S. House Arizona District 6 (Cochise County 85625)

Carreras electorales federales

Representative, U.S. House Arizona District 6

Elija UnoFederal  

U.S. Senate Arizona

Elija UnoFederal  

Carreras electorales estatales

Governor of Arizona

Elija UnoEstatal  

Attorney General of Arizona

Elija UnoEstatal  

Arizona Secretary of State

Elija UnoEstatal  

Arizona Treasurer

Elija UnoEstatal  

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction

Elija UnoEstatal  

Arizona Corporation Commission

Elija DosEstatal  

Arizona State Mine Inspector

Elija UnoEstatal  

(Dem)Trista di Genova

Write-In-Candidate


Arizona State Senate District 19

 No ha elegido ningún candidato

Arizona House of Representatives District 19

Elija DosEstatal  

Elección de juezas/jueces

Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

¿Que este juez continúe en al cargo? Elija Sí o NoEstatal  

Ann Timmer (Titular)

Timmer was appointed to the court by Gov. Jan Brewer (R) in 2012 and was retained by voters in 2016.


Respaldado por

Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

¿Que este juez continúe en al cargo? Elija Sí o NoEstatal  

Bill Montgomery (Titular)

Leans Right. Montgomery was appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R) in 2019.


No

Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

¿Que este juez continúe en al cargo? Elija Sí o NoEstatal  

James P. Beene (Titular)

Beene was appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R) in 2019. He received a partisanship confidence score of Mild Republican.


No

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Medidas y Proposiciones

Arizona Estado Propuestas incluídas en la boleta

Proposition 128Arizona Legislative Changes to Ballot Initiatives with Invalid Provisions Amendment (2022)
A "yes" vote supported this constitutional amendment to allow the Arizona State Legislature to amend or repeal voter-approved ballot initiatives if any portion has been declared unconstitutional or illegal by the Arizona Supreme Court or U.S. Supreme Court.

A "no" vote opposed this constitutional amendment, thus continuing to require the Arizona State Legislature to propose a ballot measure to amend or repeal a voter-approved ballot initiative, including in cases where part of the initiative has been declared invalid.
Proposition 130Arizona Property Tax Exemptions Amendment (2022)
A "yes" vote supported allowing the legislature to set certain property tax exemption amounts and qualifications (including property tax exemptions for widows and widowers; those with total and permanent disabilities; disabled veterans; and property used for trade, business, or agriculture) and consolidating the constitution's property tax exemption provisions into a single article.

A "no" vote opposed allowing the legislature to set certain property tax exemption amounts and qualifications and consolidating the constitution's property tax exemption provisions into a single article.
Proposition 209Arizona Interest Rate Limit on Debt from Healthcare Services and Collection Exempt Property and Earnings Increase Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported:
  • setting a limit on interest rates for debt accrued from receiving healthcare services equal to either the weekly average one-year constant maturity treasury yield or 3%, and 
  • increasing the amount of value for certain property and earnings exempt from attachment, execution, forced sale, and any other debt collection processes.
A "no" vote opposed:
  • setting a limit on interest rates for debt accrued from receiving healthcare services equal to either the weekly average one-year constant maturity treasury yield or 3%, and 
  • increasing the amount of value for certain property and earnings exempt from attachment, execution, forced sale, and any other debt collection processes.
Proposition 211Arizona Campaign Finance Sources Disclosure Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported requiring that persons or entities that make an independent expenditure of $50,000 or more on a statewide campaign or $25,000 or more on a local campaign must disclose the names of the money's original sources, which would be defined as the persons or businesses that earned the money being spent.
A "no" vote opposed requiring that persons or entities that make an independent expenditure of $50,000 or more on a statewide campaign or $25,000 or more on a local campaign must disclose the names of the money's original sources.
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