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Phoenix, AZ 85012

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Bond and Override Elections

Bond and Override Elections

The upcoming election date for school district Special Election(s) is:
November 5, 2019. 

Agua Fria Union High School District No. 216
Marcie Rodriguez
Bond
Resolution Passed: June 12, 2019

Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33
Curtis J. Beckstrom
Bond
Resolution Passed: June 3, 2019

Deer Valley Unified School District No. 97
James F. Migliorino
Bond,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: June 25, 2019

Fowler Elementary School District No. 45
Rick Conrad
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: May 14, 2019

Higley Unified School District No. 60
Gary R. Holland
Bond Repurposing,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: June 14, 2019


Littleton Elementary School District No. 65
Phyllis Kinder
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: May 14, 2019

Mesa Unified School District No. 4
Daniel O’Brien
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: April 23, 2019


Nadaburg Unified School District No. 81
Kerre Laabs
Bond
Resolution Passed: May 8, 2019

Palo Verde Elementary School District No. 49
Sandi Wilson
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: June 11, 2019

Pendergast Elementary School District No. 92
Joanne Fimbres
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: June 4, 2019

Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1
Dr. Rosanna Hidalgo
District Additional Assistance Override
Resolution Passed: May 7, 2019


Saddle Mountain Unified School District No. 90
Kirk Waddle
Bond,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: June 13, 2019

Tolleson Union High School District No. 214
Jeremy Calles
Bond
Resolution Passed: June 11, 2019
Site Sale/ Lease/ Exchange
Resolution Passed: June 25, 2019

Avondale Elementary School District No. 44
Jill Barragan
District Additional Assistance Override
Resolution Passed: May 7, 2019

Chandler Unified School District No. 80
Lana Berry
Bond
Resolution Passed: June 12, 2019

Dysart Unified School District No. 89
Kenneth Hicks
Bond
Resolution Passed: May 8, 2019
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: May 22, 2019

Gilbert Unified School District No. 41
Bonnie J. Betz
Bond,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: May 7, 2019

Liberty Elementary School District No. 25
Kelley Baysinger
Bond,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: May 22, 2019


Madison Elementary School District No. 38
Lori Garvey
Bond,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolutions Passed: May 14, 2019

Murphy Elementary School District No. 21
James Serbin
District Additional Assistance Override,
Site Sale/ Lease/ Exchange

Resolutions Passed: June 17, 2019

Paloma Elementary School District No. 94
Kristin Turner
School Construction
Resolution Passed: April 18, 2019

Paradise Valley Unified School District No. 69
Laura Felton
Bond,
District Additional Assistance Override

Resolutions Passed: May 16, 2019

Peoria Unified School District No. 11
Michelle Myers
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: May 30, 2019

Queen Creek Unified School District No. 95
Crystal Zachary
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: May 14, 2019


Scottsdale Unified School District No. 48
Jeff Gadd
Maintenance and Operations Override
Resolution Passed: June 11, 2019

Tempe Elementary School District No. 03
Elizabeth Yeskey
District Additional Assistance Override,
Maintenance and Operations Override

Resolution Passed: May 15, 2019


2018 Election Results are found on the Maricopa County Recorder's Website.


For/Against Arguments for School District Special Election(s)

The deadline to submit a statement of argument for/against a special election is Friday, August 9, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Electronic statements will be accepted and processed by elections personnel with the Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent. Arguments cannot exceed two hundred words.

The Maricopa County School Superintendent is required to review all arguments for factual accuracy and make any corrections to the statement. The superintendent will not review and correct portions of the arguments that are identified as the author’s opinion.

To submit a physical paper statement, download the For/Against Argument Form, complete/print and hand deliver/mail the form to:

Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent
Attn: Elections
4041 N. Central Ave., Suite 1200
Phoenix, AZ 85012

Statutes Specific to Override Elections

A.R.S. § 15-481 (B): The county school superintendent shall prepare an informational pamphlet on the proposed increase in the budget and a sample ballot and, at least forty days prior to the election, shall transmit the informational pamphlet and the sample ballot to the governing board of the school district. The governing board, on receipt of the informational pamphlet and the ballot, shall mail or distribute the informational pamphlet and the ballot to the households in which qualified electors reside within the school district at least thirty-five days prior to the election. Any distribution of material concerning the proposed increase in the budget shall not be conducted by children enrolled in the school district.

A.R.S. § 15-481 (B)(9): At least two arguments, if submitted, but no more than ten arguments for and two arguments, if submitted, but no more than ten arguments against the proposed increase in the budget. The arguments shall be in a form prescribed by the county school superintendent, and each argument shall not exceed two hundred words. Arguments for the proposed increase in the budget shall be provided in writing and signed by the governing board. The ballot arguments for the proposed increase in the budget shall be signed as the governing board of the school district without listing any member's individual name for the arguments for the proposed increase. If submitted, additional arguments in favor of the proposed increase in the budget shall be provided in writing and signed by those in favor. Arguments against the proposed increase in the budget shall be provided in writing and signed by those in opposition. The names of persons and entities submitting written arguments shall be included in the informational pamphlet. The county school superintendent shall review all factual statements contained in the written arguments and correct any inaccurate statements of fact. The superintendent shall not review and correct any portion of the written arguments that are identified as statements of the author's opinion. The county school superintendent shall make the written arguments available to the public as provided in title 39, chapter 1, article 2. A deadline for submitting arguments to be included in the informational pamphlet shall be set by the county school superintendent.


Contact Election Services

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