Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
Yesterday, an AZRA member got a knock on his door around 7:00pm. When he answered, there stood a young man, around 16-18 years old. He had clipboards and said he was gathering signatures. The AZRA member signs petitions so he asked whose petitions he had. It was for a candidate running against a well known and true conservative state Representative. He had another one that was unknown. The third one the young man said it was to Save taxes. Interesting. Our astute AZRA member decided he had better read the language.
Guess what? It was disguised as a tax bill but in fact was for signatures to put National Popular Vote on the ballot for November.
We are wondering how such wording got onto a totally unrelated petition. Petition language must carry a clear title that describes the petition and the subsequent language is supposed to provide language describing the intent of the petition in more detail.
Be sure you read the petition language before signing any petition and pass this warning on to all in your address book who vote in Arizona.