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‹ Your Arizona Voter Guide by the League of Women Voters

Five Arizona Propositions with Betsy Bolding

October 6, 2018

Five Arizona Propositions with Betsy Bolding
30 Minutes

00:00 / 00:29:07

Are you ready to vote on the five propositions that will be on the ballot for the general election this November? If not, this is the show you need to listen closely to. The five propositions cover everything from the type of energy your utility will use to whether all students can apply to get state money to go to private schools to whether the state or local governments can tax services. Betsy Bolding, a long-time League of Women Voters member, describes each proposition in depth. The Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation and the League of Women Voters of Arizona Education Fund have jointly prepared a guide to Arizona’s 2018 ballot measures which can be found here.

This is Part 4 of an 8 Part Series during the lead up to the 2018 November 6th General Election in which the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson will interview candidates for State of Arizona offices. In addition, members of the League will be interviewed about topics that affect voters on local and national levels, including, what to know about registering to vote in Pima County, ballot propositions, voter suppression/voter expansion, removing voters from voter rolls, gerrymandering, restitution of voting rights (felons voting), election integrity, and the importance of every vote.

League member Vivian Harte serves as host of the program. To aid voters in making informed decisions at the polls, candidates for each respective position are being asked the same questions. KXCI 91.3 FM Community Radio is partnering with the League to air these interviews with the community.

Recorded and produced by Amanda Shauger.

Arizona,   Arizona Propositions,   Betsy Bolding,   elections,   League of Women Voters,   League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson,   Prop 125,   Prop 126,   Prop 127,   Prop 305,   Prop 306,   Vivian Harte,  


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