Attention all Potential Candidates! Campaign Finance Seminar is Coming Up

Believe it or not, the 2014 campaign cycle will soon be here.  Secretary of State Ken Bennett will be hosting a Campaign Finance Seminar on Thursday, December 12, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The seminar will take place at Pinal County's renovated 1891 Courthouse, 135 North Pinal Street, inside the Ironwood Conference Room. 
  Today, Derek Arnson, candidate for Pinal County sheriff, released the following statement in response to the United States Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a major component of Arizona’s immigration law, SB 1070, that allows law enforcement officials to determine the immigration status of individuals that have been stopped for questioning or arrest:
Important to vote in the primary because some races are decided there The Arizona primary election, the precursor to the general election in November, is right around the corner. Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Aug. 28, to vote in the primary, the results of which will help narrow their political party’s candidates for the offices being decided in the general election.
  On Thursday, February 20, 2014, the Arizona Senate approved SB 1062 the so-called exercise of religion: State Action Act.  It has been suggested that this action was necessary to avoid situations whereby a business owner may be compelled socially or even legally to provide services to individuals or entities, in direct affront to ones religious belief whether real or inferred.  What we stand here today to say is this action, if approved by the Governor, would be discriminatory and further degrades the State of Arizona’s reputation. 
Pinal County Supervisor and Chairman of the Board Pete Rios is seeking a second term as Supervisor for District 1.  Rios has had a long and illustrious career in both the Arizona State Legislature, where he served as President of the Senate and as Supervisor where he has been Chairman of the Board for the past two years.   
Candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, the Arizona Corporation Commission, the Arizona Legislature and Maricopa County are scheduled to attend SRP PIC’s 2012 Political Picnic, a non-partisan event that is one of the state’s largest election-year rallies.  The old-fashioned political rally offers members of the print and broadcast media and SRP employees the opportunity to interview at one location many of the candidates for the Nov. 6 general election.
Come join us and meet your candidates On Saturday, June 23rd from 2-4PM your local and county candidates will be at the Apache Junction Court House at 575 N Idaho Rd We will meet inside the Court House.
An election law change that raised Arizona's campaign contribution limits also provided candidates with an unwanted and apparently unintended surprise. According to the Arizona Capitol Times, that surprise is a new requirement that candidates have separate campaign finance committees for the primary and general election elections.
Arizona’s Open Primary Means Independents Can Choose a Ballot Pinal County Recorder Laura Dean-Lytle says that people are still asking questions about the Open Primary law enacted by the voters in 1998. The law allows people who are registered as an Independent to request a Democrat, Republican, Green, or Americans Elect Party ballot, including early voting ballots.
Arizona’s Open Primary Means Independents Can Choose a Ballot and your vote counts during the upcoming Primary Election. If you are a registered voter in Pinal County and would like an early ballot, mailed to you, simply call the Recorder's Office at 520-866-6830 to request an early ballot. If you are a registered Independent or Party Not Determined, you have until August 17th, to request either a Republican Primary or a Democrat Primary ballot to be mailed to you as an early ballot. If you are a registered Independent and do NOT call the Recorder's Office, you will not receive a primary ballot.
The Committee to Elect Maxine Brown Pinal County Supervisor, District 5 is pleased to announce that Maxine will participate in the upcoming historic event:  the 100th Arizona Town Hall - taking place this month in Tucson. The topic of this Town Hall could not be more timely –  Civic Engagement.   Participants will consider the status of civic engagement in Arizona and reach consensus on what actions can have the most positive impact on Arizona’s future.
Orlenda Roberts and Jill Broussard will be facing off for the job of county su­perintendent in the general election this November. The job of county superintendent is to work with individual school districts when they form a budget and process the payroll for most public school employees.
The role of the Pinal County Treasurer’s Office is to collect county taxes, primarily property taxes, and hold the funds until they are budgeted. Now, the race is down to incumbent Democrat Dolores Doolittle and challenger Republican Steven Boyd. The office handles the money for most of the organizations within Pinal County’s government including: the school districts, state and federal grants, county-run fire dis­tricts, flood control and irrigation districts, Mrs. Doolittle said.
Voters can hear Republic contenders as they air their views on Aug. 2 This year’s countdown to the Aug. 28 Primary Election in Arizona sees the newly created Arizona Legislative District No. 16 field for state legislative seats crowded. This  race for one senatorial seat and two representatives’ seats has numerous Republicans vying for the right to represent their political party in the Nov. 6 general election.
Democrats, emboldened by the recall of Senate President Russell Pearce and flagging public interest in enforcement-focused immigration laws, plan to introduce a bill to repeal Arizona's controversial Senate Bill 1070. But they admit their chances of success in...
Supporters and opponents of Arizona's controversial immigration law are squaring off again after Democrats said they're working to repeal the measure. Dozens of protesters gathered at the state Capitol on Monday, carrying signs and shouting at each other as lawmakers on both sides discussed the...
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