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Clean Elections voter education is underway

Tom Collins is the executive director of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

With the general election set for Nov. 4, early voting is now underway in Arizona. To help educate voters before they cast their ballots, the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission has mailed a Voter Education Guide to all Arizona households with a registered voter. Approximately 1.8 million pamphlets have been distributed statewide.

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For the sake of education, Arizona needs to elect Fred DuVal

Arizona candidates for governor, from left, republican Doug Ducey, democrat Fred DuVal and libertarian Barry Hess during a public debate at the Jewish Community Center, on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Arizona Daily Star, Mike Christy)

Election season presents an opportunity for everyone in Arizona to think critically about the future. Our decisions on how best to move forward have generational effects on the diverse group of people who call this state home – and it’s crucial that the leaders we choose to carry out those decisions in Phoenix understand what’s at stake. We need Fred DuVal.

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I am a female Hispanic Democrat and I am voting for Doug Ducey

Arizona Treasurer and Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey formally announces the beginning of his campaign (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)

We can no longer afford to compromise by electing career political insiders. As a native Arizonan and a sitting state legislator, I am faced with the consequences of the current economic climate every day. Our schools are underperforming, our businesses have been slow to recover and state revenues are falling short of projections. Doug Ducey is the only candidate I trust to improve Arizona because he has an honest, straightforward approach.

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Vote No on Prop. 480; It’s expensive and unwise

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In a recent Arizona Capitol Times commentary, advocates peddled support for Proposition 480, the county hospital bond proposal. It was revealing that the advocates left out the most important piece of information about the proposal; the price tag. This wasn’t an oversight but rather a clear recognition that the overwhelming cost of the proposal is impossible to justify.

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