Wednesday, February 17, 2016

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Kate Brophy McGee:Change of plans...

This past week, after hearing that my friend and LD28 colleague, Senator Adam Driggs decided not to pursue a fourth term in the Arizona Senate, I announced my run for the Senate seat. I am fully committed to winning and continuing my service to this state and LD28. Thank you, Adam, for your endorsement, and thank you, supporters, for your many offers of assistance. I cannot do this without you! Here is how you can help:

1) Sign my petition. There are two ways you can do this.
First is online, with the Arizona Secretary of State. Log on to this website and follow the instructions to sign the petition online. If you would prefer to sign a paper petition, simply email me, with your name and address and I will be in contact.

2) Gather petition signatures.
Please help me even more by asking your LD28 friends and neighbors to sign my petition online, or by contacting me at and requesting paper petitions.

The deadline for nominating petitions is fast approaching so we need to move quickly!

3) Donate to the campaign. Log on to and click on the DONATE button. You can donate online, or if you prefer to send a check, mailing information is also located on the page.

4) Help with the campaign. Log on to and click on the GET INVOLVED button. There are many ways to help. Pick the ones that work best for you!



Join me and Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates at the Sunnyslope Village Alliance offices, 755 E. Hatcher Road, Phoenix, AZ 85020 at 8am, Monday, February 29th.Coffee and pastries will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you for you wonderful support! It is an honor to represent you!

Filing window for Proposition 124 pro/con arguments opens

News from Michele Reagan
Arizona Secretary of State
(602) 542-4285

Secretary Reagan introduces efficient online system for ballot measure arguments

PHOENIX - Michele Reagan, Arizona’s Secretary of State has announced her office has opened the online filing period for pro/con arguments related to Proposition 124.  The ballot measure will appear as a part of the May 17th statewide special election and seeks to reform the pension system for police and firefighters.  Arguments should be filed utilizing the online system and must be received by February 23, 2016.

The argument must be 300 words or less and must be written exactly how the filer wants it to appear in the Secretary of State’s publicity pamphlet as it will be entered into the pamphlet verbatim.  Due to statutory requirements, each online argument must be subsequently accompanied by an original, notarized version as well.  The notarized version may be mailed or dropped off in-person at the Secretary of State’s office in Phoenix, and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on February 23, 2016. Interested parties should pay special attention to the restrictions noted on the website.

The argument must include the name, address, city, and telephone number of the person or persons signing. However, only the name of the signer will appear in the publicity pamphlet. Any additional information, such as the title of the argument filer or the filer’s city of residence, must appear within the 300 word text of the argument.

Similar to the notarized version of the argument filed with the Secretary’s office, the $100.00 fee must be received by February 23, 2016. Payment may be submitted online through the Secretary of State’s portal.