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UPDATED: Initiative Lawsuit Seeks to Cure Alleged Constitutional Violation using Potentially Unconstitutional Remedy

Last week, several initiative campaigns filed twin lawsuits in the Arizona Supreme Court and Arizona Federal District Court alleging unconstitutional burdens on their ability to campaign, and therefore sought access to the Secretary of State’s

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UPDATED: 10 Tips for Candidates as the Nomination Petition Filing Deadline Approaches

The April 6, 2020 deadline is fast approaching for candidates to file their nomination petition signatures. The petition filing deadline is statutory and cannot be moved by the filing office. If you were counting on

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UPDATED: Filing Candidate Nomination Petitions at the Secretary of State’s Office

UPDATED: this post has been eclipsed by ever-changing circumstances.  Follow the post at azelectionlaw.com/index/?p=294 for updated information. Last week the Secretary of State’s Office notified federal, state, and legislative candidates of the option to file

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