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Ok, so here we go, my recommendations on voting and why:
President: John McCain
Why: He is just the better of the 2 candidates, Barack Hussein Obama is a liar and a socialist.
US Representative in Congress District 7
Joseph Sweeney (R)
Why: Raul Grijalva, the democrat running has proven that he is pro-illegal immigrant.
State Sentaor District 25: Mary Ann Black (R)
Why: Manny Alvarez (D) has proven that he is pro-illegal immigrant
State Representative District 25: Timathy Davies (R)
Why: His statements best represent the interests of this district.
1. Bob Stump (R)
2. Barry Wong (R)
3. Marian McClure (R)
Why: I just can not vote a democrat into this position...sorry
The "No New Home Tax" initiative will amend the Arizona constitution to prohibit the state and any local government from charging any new tax on the sale or transfer of any real property in Arizona.
Vote: NO - California enacted Prop 13 in the 70's which was similar in scope. It killed public services. This includes school busses, police, fire and lots of other services.
The "Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act" is a constitutional amendment that claims to preserve and protect the right of individuals to choose their health care and health insurance, or to opt for no insurance at all. It would permanently bar universal healthcare or single payer plans in Arizona. This plan would preserve the status quo under which more than one million Arizonans have no health coverage.
Vote: NO - This is a push for socialised health care, sorry, I can not support it
This is a proposal referred by the legislature to amend Arizona's constitution to state that only the union of one man and one woman shall be valid or recognized as a marriage in Arizona.
Vote: YES - Preserve traditional family values
Proposition 105 would amend the Arizona Constitution to stipulate that citizen initiatives that either increase state revenues or obligate any spending by anyone (state, local, private individual) could not be enacted through a simple majority vote. Instead, such measures would pass only if they were approved by a majority of all registered voters. Voters who don't vote would be counted as NO votes even if they favored an initiative.
Vote: YES - The senate and house need 2/3 majority for new taxes, so should the people. I was all for this after the approval of the ballot initiative placing a new tax on cigarettes in Arizona, especially since it passed with only 54%
This measure would allow the payday lending industry to continue to operate in Arizona after 2010 when its ten-year exemption from Arizona's 36 percent interest rate limit ends. Passage of this proposition will ensure the continuation of predatory lending by pay day loan companies.
Vote: YES - Let the free market decide who wins and who loses
The Homeowners' Bill of Rights initiative would provide a variety of legal remedies and rights to purchasers of new homes including a ten-year warranty on new home workmanship and materials; giving homeowners the right to demand compensation or correction of construction defects; removing the threat of homeowners being charged for builders' attorneys' fees if they lose a court action; requiring that all features and equipment shown in model homes be included as standard in purchased homes; and protecting buyers from deceptive mortgage practices. The measure also gives homebuyers additional rights, such as the right to choose among three contractors with complaint-free records to fix any repairs that might be needed in the home. Currently, the builder chooses who makes the repairs for the home. This measure extends the statute of limitations for bringing a court action from eight years to ten.
Vote: NO - This proposal could make private sales of homes become a litigation minefield. If you sell your home and do not know there is a problem with it (Honestly) then you could be held liable YEARS down the road for it.
The "Stop Illegal Hiring Act" is an initiative designed to modify Arizona's employer sanctions Law that revokes a business license the second time an employer is found to have knowingly and intentionally hired an undocumented worker. The measure bars anonymous complaints against employers. Employers' use of the federal "E-Verify" system to check a potential employee's legal status would shift from mandatory to voluntary.
The Commission on Salaries for Elective State Offices has recommended unanimously that legislators' salaries be raised to $30,000. The commission is bi-partisan, authorized by the state Constitution, and is charged with recommending pay levels "appropriate to the duties and responsibilities of the respective offices and positions subject to review." There has been no change in legislators' pay for ten years. Recommendations for a larger raise, to $36,000, were on the ballot in 2002, 2004, and 2006 but did not pass. Legislative sessions frequently last five to six months during which senators and representatives work long hours. In addition, nearly every year the legislature is called back for special sessions.
Vote: YES - Its time they get a raise, then we hit em for more oversight. Give and take.
The text of these propositions were taken from the website informed Arizona which makes claim that its NON PARTISAN - However, look at the wording and tell me there is no bias there. Regardless, it was the only place to easily get the information I needed.
Go vote Nov 4...your children are depending on you
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