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What’s on the 2020 General Election Ballot?

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U.S. President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic nominee Joe Biden (right) face off in Cleveland, Ohio, for their first debate ahead of the 2020 election, with Fox News anchor Chris Wallace as moderator (center)., Photo Date: 9/29/2020

Want your voice to be heard this upcoming election? There are multiple key dates to keep in mind in regards to the 2020 Election.

The General Election will be on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Click here to see what you need to know about the election.

What's on your ballot?

Presidential Election

U.S. Senate

Martha McSally, Mark Kelly

The winner will fill in the rest of the 2017- 2022 term of late Sen. John McCain (R).

U.S. Representative in Congress - District 1

U.S. Representative in Congress - District 2

U.S. Representative in Congress - District 3

MGN

State Senator, Legislative District 2

State Senator, Legislative District 3

State Senator, Legislative District 4

State Senator, Legislative District 9

State Senator, Legislative District 10

State Senator, Legislative District 11

State Senator, Legislative District 14

State Representative, Legislative District 2

State Representative, Legislative District 3

State Representative, Legislative District 4

State Representative, Legislative District 9

State Representative, Legislative District 10

State Representative, Legislative District 11

State Representative, Legislative District 14

Kimberly “Kim” Beach-Moschetti (DEM)
Ronnie Maestas-Condos (DEM)
Gail Griffin(REP)
Becky Nutt (REP)

Corporation Commissioner

Pima County Board of Supervisors

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

County Attorney

Sheriff

County Recorder

County Treasurer

County Assessor

County Superintendent of Schools

Pima County Justice Court

  • Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 2
    Cornejo, Erica (DEM)
  • Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 4
    Pesquiera, Charlene (DEM)
  • Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 6
    Ball, Alexander (DEM)
  • Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 9
    Wilson, Kendrick A. (DEM)
  • Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 10
    Roberts, Vince (REP)

Constables

  • Justice Precinct 1
    Dorer, John (REP)
  • Justice Precinct 4
    Vasquez, Oscar (DEM)
  • Justice Precinct 6
    Bernal, Bennett L. (DEM)
  • Justice Precinct 7
    Schenek Jr., Thomas (REP)
  • Justice Precinct 8
    Randall, Kristen (DEM)
  • Justice Precinct 9
    Camacho, George (DEM)
  • Justice Precinct 10
    Stevenson, Michael (REP)

Board of Directors – Marana Domestic Water Improvement District
Sostarich, Annette
(No Candidate Filed)

Board of Directors – Why Domestic Water Improvement District
George, Walter
Hood, Linda
McElwain, Grant

Board of Governors – Pima Community College District No. 1
Orr, Ethan
Ripley, Catherine

Governing Board – Ajo Unified School District No. 15
Guthrie Jr., Lonnie D.
Krznarich, Eric F.
Morales, Lorenzo “Dan”
Ramirez, Paula L.

Governing Board – Ajo Unified School District No. 15 – Term Expires
12/31/22

Robertson, Windy

Governing Board – Amphitheater Unified School District No. 10
Baker, Scott K.
Cox Golder, Vicki L.
Davis, Nathan
Day, Deanna M.

Governing Board – Continental Unified School District No. 39
McGibbon, Andrew W.
Ulery, Richard R.

Governing Board – Continental Unified School District No. 39 – Term
Expires 12/31/22
Kais, Shelley

Governing Board – Sunnyside Unified School District No. 12
Nuñez, Joaquin M.
Nuñez, Lisette
Quintero, Rebecca “Beki”
Taylor, Matthew

Governing Board – Tanque Verde Unified School District No. 13
Murthy, Raj
Neff, Jeffrey M.
Schalk, Jeremy L.
Velosa, Anne

Governing Board – Tucson Unified School District No. 1
Grivois-Shah, Ravi
Luna Rose, Natalie
Pierson, Joe Nicolas
Ragan, Adam
Shaw, Sadie
Winston, Cindy M.

Governing Board – Vail Unified School District No. 20
Fargusson, Kim
King, Christopher
Mixon, André P.
Pratt, Allison
Tippett, Callie B.

Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court up for Retention
Brutinel, Robert
Gould, Andrew W.
Lopez IV, John

Judges of the Court of Appeals Division 2 up for Retention
Brearcliffe, Sean

Judges of the Superior Court up for Retention

Division 1: Griffin, Brenden J
Division 3: Lee, Kenneth
Division 5: Bryson, Kyle A.
Division 8: Gordon, Richard E.
Division 9: Butler, Michael J.
Division 11: Yehling, Wayne E
Division 12: Bernini, Deborah
Division 14: Bennett, Renee T.
Division 16: Metcalf, D. Douglas
Division 18: McGinley, Casey F.
Division 23: Sakall, Greg
Division 24: Wagener, Joan L.
Division 25: Hinderaker, John Charles
Division 26: Johnson, Kellie L.
Division 28: Tang, Paul E.
Division 29: McDonald, Scott D.

Pima County:

Proposition 207 for State of Arizona

  • Should Arizona permit the use, regulation, taxation, of marijuana for adults (21+)?

YES: Adults 21 years old and older will be permitted to use, possess, or transfer up to one ounce of marijuana, as well as cultivate up to 6 plants for personal use at their primary residence. This will also allow courts to expunge certain marijuana-related arrests. A 16% excise tax will be added to marijuana sales to fund education, public safety, and public health programs.

NO: Current marijuana laws will remain the same

Proposition 481 for Pima County Community College District

  • Should Pima County Community College District be permitted to adjust their expenditure limit?

YES: Allows the expenditure limit to adjust by $11,484,199

NO: Disallows adjustments to base expenditure limits

Proposition 483 for Tanque Verde Unified School District No. 13

  • Should Tanque Verde Unified School district be permitted to issue and sell their general obligation bonds to provide money for constructions, renovations, transportation, technology, etc.?

YES: Allows the issue and sell of $6,100,000 of school improvement bonds to be repaid with secondary property taxes

NO: Disallows the issue and sale of such bonds

Proposition 484 for Continental Elementary School District No. 39

  • Should the governing board of Continental Elementary School District be permitted to adopt a general maintenance and operation budget that exceeds the revenue control limit?

YES: Allows the budget to exceed the revenue control limit by 14% per year for seven years

NO: Disallows the budget to exceed the revenue control limit

Proposition 208 for State of Arizona

  • Should there be an increase of income taxes for those who file single or married filed separately who make more than $250,000 a year, as well as those who file married filed jointly or head of households who make more than $500,000 a year?

YES: Permits an income tax surcharge of 3.5% to be established (for those at the income bracket mentioned above) creating extra funds for education

NO: Continuation of existing law and income tax rates

Proposition 482 for Marana Unified School District No. 6

  • Should Marana Unified School District be permitted to adopt a general maintenance and operation budget that exceeds the revenue control limit by 10%?

YES: Allows budget override authority for the 2021-2022 school year and six subsequent years

NO:  Disallows budget override authority

Proposition 485 for Green Valley Fire District

  • Should the Green Valley Fire District be permitted to issue and sell bonds of up to $13,000,000 with interest up to 10% for a term of up to 20 years, in an effort to finance/refinance improvements in the district?

YES: For the bonds

NO: Against the bonds

Proposition 486 for City of South Tucson

  • Should the City of South Tucson be permitted to create an alternative expenditure limit for the next four years?

YES: Allows new expenditure limit to be established

NO:  Disallows an alternative limit and requires the expenditures to be limited to state-imposed limits.

        

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