Primary Election: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
star General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2012

 
 
 
Open Elections/Open Government Act (C-03-2012)

Crime Victim Protection From Liability For Damages

This measure will allow all Arizonans, regardless of party affiliation, to vote in a single open primary for the candidates of their choice. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the primary will compete in the general election. There will be a level playing field for all voters and candidates, and the current system of taxpayer-funded partisan primaries will be abolished. This reform will promote open government and encourage the election of candidates who will work together for the good of the state.

 

 

 
The Propositions

Vote SmartFind out more about each proposition. Learn the submitted arguments for and against each proposition, what effect a "Yes" or a "No" vote would have, and watch videos of any related coverage on Horizon.

Ballot Measures:

Click Here for Analysis of Ballot Measures

 

 

Your Vote


Ballot Help Sheet

Go to Project Vote Smart and enter your 9-digit zip code in the "Search" box. See who your district candidates are, then print a copy of the page. As you explore the website, mark your choices. Refer to it as a reminder on election day.



Find out which candidates are most like you. Project Vote Smart asked the candidates about the issues & compiled their answers. See how your candidates' views compare to yours.



Voter Polls

What do Arizona voters think about issues like education, immigration, state budget and other challenges facing our state? Find out in these recent statewide polls.

Merrill/Morrison Institute Polls