Anatolij Wassermann (awas1952) wrote,
Anatolij Wassermann
awas1952

Пришла мне на почту инструкция для жителей одного из районов СГА

Скопировал почти точно, но всё же не удержался: в нескольких местах убрал удвоения пробелов, в нескольких поставил пробелы после дефисов и тире, а в одном месте заменил дефис на тире, ибо в соседних пунктах того же перечня стояли именно тире. Правда, менять короткие тире на длинные не стал.

Joanie Rose <joanierose@cox.net>

REMINDER - PLEASE VOTE ASAP - VOTER GUIDE 2020 ELECTION

General Instructions

This Guide is intended for those residing in Maricopa County and in the specific congressional and legislative districts that are identified within the Guide.

Before you fill out your ballot, there are several things to keep in mind.

1. Ballots will be mailed on October 7 to those who have signed up for the permanent early voting list (PEVL). When you receive your ballot, fill it out right away and mail it back to the recorder’s office. Alternatively, you can bring it to one of the drop box locations in the County. Click HERE for a list of drop box locations. If you mail the ballot, DO NOT STAMP THE ENVELOPE. IT WILL BE DELAYED GETTING TO THE RECORDER’S OFFICE. Be sure to sign where indicated on the envelope.

2. If you have signed up for the permanent early voting list (PEVL), you can track your ballot by texting the word “Join” to the number 628683. You will receive text messages when your ballot is received, processed and counted.

3. It is important to mail or deliver your ballot to a drop box as soon as possible. The Recorder’s office can begin signature verification and tabulation on October 20, two weeks before the General Election. With Covid restrictions and concerns, many more people are voting by mail this year. Do not create a bottleneck at the Recorder’s office by holding on to your ballot. Mail/Deliver it right away!

4. Per Adrian Fontes, Maricopa County Recorder, the results of the mail-in ballots will be announced at 8pm on November 3rd. The results of those who voted in person at the polls that day will be available later in that evening. Ballots that are dropped off at the polls on election day will be tabulated over the following days.

Ballot Process

1. DO NOT SKIP VOTING FOR ANY OFFICE. All are important.

2. AZ CORPORATION COMMISSION. A special case applies to the AZ Corporation commission. While there are six openings available, we are endorsing only 3 of the listed candidates. These candidates are strong advocates of renewable energy sources.

VOTER GUIDE PREPARED BY A CONCERNED CITIZEN WHO CAREFULLY VETTED CANDIDATES THAT WILL PUT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AS THEIR #1 PRIORITY

Each election is promoted as the most significant, and this year, truer words have not been spoken. Please vote early and make a difference.

Thank you! YOUR VOTE=YOUR VOICE

NATIONAL CANDIDATES

PRESIDENT – Biden, Joe

VICE PRESIDENT – Harris, Kamala

UNITED STATES SENATE – Kelly, Mark

UNITED STATES CONGRESS

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6 – Tipirneni, Hiral

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7 – Gallego, Ruben

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 8 – Muscato, Michael

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 9 – Stanton, Greg

ARIZONA STATE SENATE

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 17 – Kurdoglu, Ajlan

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 18 - Bowie, Sean

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 20 – Ervin, Doug

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 21 – Whitman, Brian

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 23 – Blattman, Seth

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 28 – Marsh, Christine

ARIZONA STATE HOUSE (VOTE FOR ONLY 1 UNLESS 2 IS NOTED)

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 15 – Dybvig-Pawelko, Kristin

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 17 – Pawlik, Jennifer

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 18 – (VOTE FOR 2) Germain, Jennifer; Epstein, Misty

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 20 – Schwiebert, Judy

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 21 – Knecht, Kathy

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 23 – Kurland, Eric

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 29 (VOTE FOR 2) – Butler, Kelli; Liberman, Aaron

ARIZONA STATE CORPORATE COMMISSION (VOTE FOR ALL 3)

Mundell, William

Stanfield, Shea

Tovar, Anna

COUNTY CANDIDATES

MARICOPA COUNTY ASSESSOR – Connor, Aaron

MARICOPA COUNTY ATTORNEY – Gunnigle, Julie

MARICOPA COUNTY RECORDER – Fontes, Adrian

MARICOPA COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT – Casteen, Jeanne

MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF – Penzone, Paul

MARICOPA COUNTY TREASURER – Toporek, Dan

MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERVISOR

DISTRICT 1 – Hodge, Jevin

DISTRICT 2 – Abboud, Deedra

DISTRICT 3 – Walker, Whitney

DISTRICT 4 – Story, Suzanne

DISTRICT 5 – Gallardo, Steve

ARIZONA COMMUNITY COLLEGE GOVERNING BOARD

AT LARGE – Dr. Thor, Linda M.

DISTRICT 1 – Smith, Jacqueline

DISTRICT 5 – Dr. Nerini, Tom

JUDGES

After careful vetting by experts in the legal field, the following judges up for re-election SHOULD NOT be retained as some of their decisions reflect political and personal bias – for example, removing Invest in Education from the ballot, receiving poor judicial performance reviews, rated poorly on fairness and impartiality, and disqualified healthcare initiative from the ballot. These are only a few of the reasons for the NO vote. Please vote YES for the remaining judges on your ballot.

ARIZONA SUPREME COURT

Gould, Andrew – NO

Lopez IV, John – NO

COURT OF APPEALS, CIRCUIT 1

Morse, James NO

Perkins, Jennifer NO

COURT OF APPEALS, CIRCUIT 2

Brearcliffe, Sean – NO

MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT

Coury, Christopher A. – NO

Gentry, Jo Lynn - NO

PROPOSITIONS (kindly read remarks before voting)

PROP 207 – SMART AND SAFE ARIZONA

Proposition would allow people 21 and older to possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana.

(This is a very personal issue and the decision is strictly up to the voter.)

YES - PROP 208 – INVEST IN EDUCATION - ARIZONA SCHOOLS ARE IN DIRE NEED OF ADDITIONAL FUNDING

This Arizona Surtax will ONLY apply to certain taxpayers.

An Arizona Tax of 3.5% will be imposed on Arizona taxable income that exceeds $250,000 for single adults and $500,000 for married couples.

DON’T be misled and disregard any statements stating you will pay a higher tax on the full amount of your earnings.

YES – PROP 449 – (MARICOPA COUNTY ONLY) This is not a controversial proposition; it just needs your YES vote to continue.

Proposition 449 would continue the existing property tax (approximately $19 per $100,000 of assessed property value) to fund the Maricopa County Special Health Care District for another 20 years. This includes a public teaching hospital, the Arizona Burn center, 3 behavioral health hospitals, 12 family health centers, the McDowell Healthcare Center, and the Arizona Children’s Center.

THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS ARE FOR THOSE VOTERS RESIDING IN SCOTTSDALE.

ARIZONA STATE SENATE

Blattman, Seth

ARIZONA STATE HOUSE (VOTE FOR ONLY 1)

Kurland, Eric

MAYOR

Ortega, David “Dave”

CITY COUNCIL MEMBER (RECOMMENDED YOU VOTE FOR 2 NOT 3)

Caputi, Tammy (strongly endorse)

Little, John (strongly endorse)

SCOTTSDALE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD

Cieniawski, Julie (strongly endorse)

Hart-Wells, Libby (strongly endorse)

Lindsay, Zach R.

Smith, Rose

I would appreciate and encourage you to share this information with everyone.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.

Joanie Rose; joanierose@cox.net; 602-615-4830

Again, thank you for your caring and concern to make change.

Интересно, как соотносятся подобные рекомендации с законами СГА? И сколь законно рассылать их даже людям, чья почта не связана с СГА ни физически, ни по доменному имени (у меня .ws — Западное Самоа)?
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