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Upcoming Election Information

| September 26, 2016
Upcoming Election Information

Some important dates for the upcoming election along with links to some useful information…

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Upcoming Election Information

| September 19, 2016
Upcoming Election Information

Some important dates for the upcoming election along with links to some useful information…

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How your vote in November affects education. Please see related story

| September 7, 2016
How your vote in November affects education. Please see related story

Setting education policy is a complicated process that takes place at many levels. Some decisions are made by elected officials and others by you the voter/parent/resident.

To help you make sense of the process, here’s a look at which bodies are responsible for making decisions, and how your vote impacts the final outcome.

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Children’s Action Alliance provides resources on public education this election season

| August 15, 2016
Children’s Action Alliance provides resources on public education this election season

By now, most Arizona voters who vote by mail should have gotten their ballots for this year’s primary elections and are in the process of choosing their candidates.

The election is August 30th, less than three weeks away, and with so little time to decide, voters are often stumped on who should get their vote for the state legislature.

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Register by next Monday to vote in May school funding election

| April 13, 2016
Register by next Monday to vote in May school funding election

It might seem like we just had an election, but it’s time for another: the deadline to register to vote in the May 17 election on the controversial Proposition 123 school-funding shift is Monday, April 18. …

Proposition 123, the Arizona Education Finance Amendment, would pull $3.5 billion from the general fund and the state land trust endowment to increase state support for schools over 10 years. It would eliminate an earlier boost to education funding approved by voters but that went unfunded by the Legislature. Despite the courts finding that lawmakers improperly withheld those funds, about $1.2 billion has gone unpaid to schools.

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Deadline To Be Registered To Vote At Special Election Is Approaching

| April 10, 2016
Deadline To Be Registered To Vote At Special Election Is Approaching

The deadline to register to vote in the May 17th Special Election is April 18th…

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Elect to Show Your Child How to be an Informed Voter

| March 16, 2016
Elect to Show Your Child How to be an Informed Voter

As happens every four years, we find ourselves in the midst of another presidential election cycle. Arizona’s own presidential preference election is taking place in only a few short days, with many having already weighed in via mail-in early ballots. If you have voted, did you talk to your children about it? Do they even know you voted and do they understand how the process works?

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Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation

| October 13, 2014
Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation

More valuable information regarding the FUSD Budget Override Continuation: Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation. Learn more at YESforFUSD.com Remember to Vote YES for the FUSD Budget Override Continuation

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Start Looking For Your Ballots in the Mail

| October 13, 2014
Start Looking For Your Ballots in the Mail

Starting today, ballots will be mailed to voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL). Your County Recorder’s Office can check and verify your voter registration and your PEVL status. It is recommended that every voter mail their early ballot back by Friday, October 24 to make sure it’s received by Election Day. After October […]

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Recording of Education Gubernatorial Debate Held On September 28th Now Available

| October 8, 2014
Recording of Education Gubernatorial Debate Held On September 28th Now Available

AASBO joined with five other educational organizations and FOX-10 Arizona to hold a debate on September 28th with the Repulican and Democratic candidates for Governor, Doug Ducey and Fred Duval. With important issues like funding for our public schools and the implementation of common core the next Governor of our state will be critical to […]

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