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If the election were held today, who would you vote for in the governor's race?

  • Doug Ducey (R) (33%, 2,849 Votes)
  • Al Melvin (R) (25%, 2,213 Votes)
  • Ken Bennett (R) (20%, 1,704 Votes)
  • Fred Duval (D) (14%, 1,238 Votes)
  • Scott Smith (R) (5%, 468 Votes)
  • Christine Jones (R) (2%, 155 Votes)
  • Andrew Thomas (R) (1%, 104 Votes)

Total Voters: 8,731

Start Date: January 14, 2014 , 3:06 pm @ 3:06 pm
End Date: No Expiry

If the election were held today, who would you vote for in the secretary of state’s race?

  • Rep. Justin Pierce (R) (53%, 1,577 Votes)
  • Sen. Michele Reagan (R) (24%, 720 Votes)
  • Sen. Leah Landrum Taylor (D) (10%, 287 Votes)
  • Former Attorney General Terry Goddard (D) (10%, 285 Votes)
  • Mesa businessman Wil Cardon (R) (3%, 91 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,960

Start Date: December 30, 2013 , 4:29 pm @ 4:29 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Which of these approaches should be taken to deal with problems at Child Protective Services, including thousands of cases that have not been investigated?

  • Turn CPS into its own entity with more authority for its operations, separate from the Department of Economic Security (37%, 77 Votes)
  • Provide the agency more money to ease heavy caseloads for CPS workers (33%, 69 Votes)
  • Fire DES Director Clarence Carter (33%, 68 Votes)
  • Reorganize the CPS staff, putting new people into top leadership positions (29%, 60 Votes)
  • Take no significant action until looking further into the challenges faced by CPS (18%, 38 Votes)

Total Voters: 208

Start Date: December 6, 2013 , 11:31 am @ 11:31 am
End Date: No Expiry

Who came out the winner in last week's solar net metering decision?

  • Arizona Public Service (48%, 91 Votes)
  • Each lost and won some (33%, 63 Votes)
  • The solar industry (19%, 36 Votes)

Total Voters: 190

Start Date: November 18, 2013 , 1:38 pm @ 1:38 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Last week, Sen. John McCain urged the U.S. House of Representatives to act on immigration reform. Which approach do you think would be best for Congress:

  • Comprehensive immigration reform to be enacted within the next year. (49%, 142 Votes)
  • No steps toward reform until U.S. borders are secured against illegal immigration. (44%, 128 Votes)
  • Small steps toward reform to be taken over the next several years. (7%, 22 Votes)

Total Voters: 292

Start Date: November 4, 2013 , 10:45 am @ 10:45 am
End Date: No Expiry

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