"Leading in the Right Direction"
"Leading in the Right Direction"
General Election Date: November 8, 2022
Deadline for Voter Registration: October 11, 2022
Deadline to Request Ballot-by-Mail: October 28, 2022
Early Voting Begins/Ballots Mailed if Requested: October 12, 2022
I am a registered AZ voter - How do I vote in the November 8 General Election if I am not here?
Sample letter below of what is needed to receive the November 8, 2022 General Election ballot if you will not be in Arizona when ballots are sent out or back in time to vote in person. Ballots will be mailed out starting October 12, 2022.
MARICOPA COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE
111 S. 3rd Ave., Suite 102
Phoenix, AZ 85003
I’m an AZ resident but will be in _________________ this year when ballots for the General Election are sent out. I’d like to request that you send me an Absentee/Early Voting Ballot. (Here’s the info the Secretary of State’s office said you would need to have in your letter).
• Your Full Name (as it appears on your Voter ID card or Driver’s License)
• AZ Residence Address
• Temporary Mail-to Address
• Date of Birth • State or Country of Birth • Party Affiliation - Republican
• Election(s) requesting for 2022 General Election, November 8, 2022
• Your Phone Number
• Your Signature (paper requests only)
Please confirm your receipt of this request.
Questions: contact President Sue Harrison email@example.com
Register to Vote: You can register to Vote online at: https://ServiceArizona.com
When Service Arizona page comes up on your screen – click on Voter Registration and follow the directions.
How to find out if you are registered to Vote and if all the information is correct:
· Go to – https://voter.azsos.gov
· When Arizona Voter Information Portal page comes up on your screen, click on Search for your Voter Registration
· Fill out the Search for Voter form – your information should then pop up for you to see. You will need your AZ Driver’s License – we are in Maricopa County
AEVL means that you are signed up for the Active Early Voting List and will receive an Early Ballot.
If you have any questions, contact Webmaster Sue Harrison at sue.harrison@cox
It’s Easier to Sign Candidate Petitions than You Think – You can Sign Online
Expect to see lots of paper petitions for Candidates on the Petition Table at our PebbleCreek Republican Club meetings. Candidates need to file their petitions by a certain date and need thousands of signatures.
Before you sign a paper petition, here’s what you need to know
As per ARS 16-321, you can only sign ONE petition for the same office UNLESS more than one candidate is to be elected to the same office. You should only sign one petition for U.S. Senator, Arizona Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction. If you sign two petitions for the same office, the petition that you signed first will count and your signature on subsequent petitions will be invalid.
Let’s be honest. We have all signed more than one petition because we either forgot which candidate’s petition we signed; or we didn’t know we could only sign one and thought we were helping the candidates get on the ballot. Sometimes, we didn’t sign a petition because we weren’t at a meeting but wanted to see a candidate on the ballot.
Here’s a solution – Sign a petition at E-Qual Online Petitions
This is an Arizona Government website managed by the AZ Secretary of State that allows you to sign petitions online. It is called E-Qual Online Petitions.
Why sign online?
Here’s the caveat - You need to be authenticated. You are required to provide your name, date of birth and either Driver’s License OR Voter Registration Number AND last 4 digits of your SSN. The information is required to access your voter registration record.
If you sign using E-Qual Online Petitions, make sure you hit the SUBMIT button. A confirmation number will appear.
PebbleCreek Homeowners Association Rules - Section 8
8.10 Flags on Standards Other Than Vertical Flagpoles.
(c) One (1) political flag will be allowed to be flown from a flag standard attached to a house. These political flags are part of the allowed political signage and are subject to the same Rules as political signs.
(d) Permitted political flags shall only have candidate names, public officers supported or opposed in a recall or the number of propositions supported or opposed.
(e) The PCHOA Board, in its sole and absolute discretion, shall have the authority to determine whether or not a particular flag is considered "political". Further, the Board can prohibit any flag with vulgar language or with offensive or racist meaning.
(f) Homeowners may place political signs indoors or outdoors on their property subject to the following conditions:
(1) Signs may be posted seventy-one (71) days prior to and fifteen (15) days following an election.
(2) The HOA Board may adopt regulations regarding the size and number of political signs as long as the regulations conform to local ordinances.
(3) The aggregate total dimensions of all political signs must not exceed nine (9) square feet. FYI: 3 yard signs are within the 9 square feet rule.
(4) No sign may be placed in the Common Areas.
Source: John Dale, Chairman Rules Compliance Committee
Rules effective February 16, 2022
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