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2024 Election Cycle

2024 Election Cycle

Initiative, Referendum and Recall Applications

Last Updated On March 1, 2024 11:00 AM

Raise the Wage AZ (Superseded by I-02-2024)

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-01-2024

Application Date:
September 30, 2022

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101257

Name of Organization:
Raise the Wage AZ

Address:
401 West Baseline Road, Suite 205
Tempe, AZ 85283

Contact:
602-616-0535
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Vejar, Monse, Applicant and Treasurer
Robinson, Jeffrey, Chair

Raise the Wage AZ

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-02-2024

Application Date:
November 7, 2022

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101257

Name of Organization:
Raise the Wage AZ

Address:
401 West Baseline Road, Suite 205
Tempe, AZ 85283

Contact:
602-616-0535
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Vejar, Monse, Applicant and Treasurer
Robinson, Jeffrey, Chair

Overview:
"The One Fair Wage Act raises the minimum wage by $1 over cost of living increases in 2025 and 2026 and leaves cost of living increases in place thereafter. For tipped employees, it raises the minimum wage employers must pay tipped employees regardless of tips employees earn. Currently, employers may count up to $3 per hour of a tipped employee's tips to offset the employer's minimum wage obligation. The Act gradually reduces the amount of the employer's offset due to tips until the employer is required to pay the full minimum wage and employees keep all of their tips on top of that wage. The Act expands coverage of the minimum wage, removing the small business exception. It explicitly exempts tribal entities as employers for purposes of the minimum wage law, and leaves in place the exemption for the state and federal governments. It makes clear that the state minimum wage applies regardless of the individual's age, status as a learner, apprentice, vocational trainee or other status wherein the individual provides labor, regardless of any benefit to the individual, but the state minimum wage continues to not apply to independent contractors. Defines terms; repeals old version of section 23-362."

Application and Full Text

New Day in Politics

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-03-2024

Application Date:
March 7, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101363

Name of Organization:
New Day in Politics

Address:
9541 E Idaho Ave
Mesa, AZ 85209

Contact:
4803437415
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Nick Fierro, Applicant and Treasurer
Delmy Fierro, Chair

Overview:
"ARS 16-1502 (E) shall be amended to say, “The lists of the candidates of the several parties shall be arranged with the names of the parties in a randomized order commencing with the left-hand column. In the case of the political parties that did not have candidates on the ballot in the last general election, such parties shall be randomized below with the parties that did have candidates on the ballot in the last general election. The secretary of state shall select the method of randomization with a technological standard no less than those utilized by the Arizona lottery. "

Application and Full Text

Arizona for Abortion Access (Superseded by I-05-2024)

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-04-2024

Application Date:
August 8, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101432

Name of Organization:
Arizona for Abortion Access

Address:
2800 N Central Ave Ste 1900
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Contact:
623-239-2588
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Candace Lew, Applicant and Chair
Dacey Montoya, Treasurer


Arizona for Abortion Access

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-05-2024

Application Date:
September 12, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101432

Name of Organization:
Arizona for Abortion Access

Address:
2800 N Central Ave Ste 1900
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Contact:
623-239-2588
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Dacey Montoya, Applicant and Treasurer
Candace Lew, Chair


Overview:
"The Arizona Abortion Access Act amends the Arizona Constitution to establish a fundamental right to abortion that the State (defined by the act to mean the State, an agency of the State, or a political subdivision of the State) may not deny, restrict or interfere with [1] before the point in pregnancy when a health care provider determines that the fetus has a significant likelihood of survival outside the uterus without extraordinary medical measures unless justified by a compelling governmental interest (defined by the act as a law, regulation, policy, or practice enacted for the limited purpose of improving or maintaining the health of an individual seeking abortion care, consistent with accepted clinical standards of practice and evidence-based medicine, and that does not infringe on that individual's autonomous decision-making) that is achieved by the least restrictive means, or [2] after that point in pregnancy if a health care provider determines an abortion is necessary to protect the life or the physical or mental health of the pregnant individual; and under which the State may not penalize individuals or entities for assisting a pregnant individual in exercising their right to abortion."

Application and Full Text

Arizona Works Together (Superseded by I-09-2024)

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-06-2024

Application Date:
September 12, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101450

Name of Organization:
Arizona Works Together

Address:
904 East Shobe Drive
Tempe, AZ 85283

Contact:
480-382-5252
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Robert Nichols, Applicant and Chair
Kaland Kelly, Treasurer

Make Elections Fair Arizona (Superseded by I-14-2024)

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-07-2024

Application Date:
September 18, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101454

Name of Organization:
Make Elections Fair PAC

Address:
830 North 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Contact:
602-528-3684
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Sarah Smallhouse, Applicant and Chair
Chuck Coughlin, Treasurer

Better Ballot Arizona (Superseded by I-15-2024)

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-08-2024

Application Date:
October 11, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101472

Name of Organization:
Better Ballot Arizona

Address:
1753 E Broadway Rd Ste 101-494
Mesa, AZ 85210

Contact:
480-757-6855
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Casmiro Fernandes, Applicant and Chair
Betty Boggia, Treasurer

Arizona Works Together

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-09-2024

Application Date:
October 20, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101450

Name of Organization:
Arizona Works Together

Address:
904 East Shobe Drive
Tempe, AZ 85283

Contact:
623-236-4663
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Dillon Wild, Applicant
Robert Nichols, Chair
Kaland Kelly, Treasurer

Overview:
"The Arizona Works Together Act affirms the right of Arizonans to self-organize, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing, and to engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual aid or protection, and includes in that right the ability of employees to obtain from their employers a clause in their collectively bargained agreements that requires either joining the labor organization or alternatively providing financial support for the labor organization bargaining for the agreement as a condition of employment. It also affirms that Arizonans shall have the right to refrain from any or all of such activities except to the extent that such right may be affected by an agreement requiring membership in, or alternatively financial support of, a labor organization as a condition of employment. The constitutional amendment includes a severability clause declaring the intention that if any portion of the amendment is unenforceable, that provision is severable, and the remainder of the amendment is enforceable. The amendment is not to be read as conflicting with federal law. It applies only prospectively. The committee sponsoring the measure has standing to defend it."

Application and Full Text

The Debra Driscoll Amendment to the Arizona Constitution (Superseded by I-13-2024)

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-10-2024

Application Date:
November 1, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101201

Name of Organization:
TBI Writer LLC

Address:
2901 E Greenway Rd, Box #54032
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Contact:
480-269-1390
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
David Wayne Redkey, Applicant
David Redkey, Chair
David Redkey Treasurer

Public Education Monies for Public Good

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-11-2024

Application Date:
November 8, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101201


Name of Organization:
TBI Writer LLC

Address:
2901 E Greenway Rd., Box #54032
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Contact:
480-269-1390
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
David Redkey, Applicant
David Redkey, Treasurer
David Redkey, Chair


Overview:
"Public Education Monies for Public Good.
All public monies for education are required to go to public educational institutiions or school districts.
These institutions are required to have an uncompensated governing board who are publically elected. This will also waive the Aggregate Expenditure Limitation on Public School Spending (also known as the AEL).
"

Application and Full Text

Statewide salary schedule for Arizona's K-12 public educators.

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-12-2024

Application Date:
November 8, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101201


Name of Organization:
TBI Writer LLC

Address:
2901 E Greenway Rd., Box #54032
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Contact:
480-269-1390
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
David Redkey, Applicant
David Redkey, Treasurer
David Redkey, Chair


Overview:
"This Constitutional Amendment mandates a statewide salary schedule for Arizona's K-12 public educators.
It sets the initial salary for first-year teachers at $65,124.40, not including fringe benefits. Subsequent years will see a 5% yearly salary increase for up to 20 years, incentivizing experience and loyalty. Current teachers earning more will maintain their advanced salary steps. Additionally, it guarantees all teachers pension eligibility, providing financial security post-retirement. This measure aims to fairly compensate educators, crucial for Arizona's educational excellence.
"

Application and Full Text

The Debra Driscoll Amendment to the Arizona Constitution

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-13-2024

Application Date:
November 8, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101201

Name of Organization:
TBI Writer LLC

Address:
2901 E Greenway Rd, Box #54032
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Contact:
480-269-1390
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
David Wayne Redkey, Applicant
David Redkey, Chair
David Redkey Treasurer

Overview:
"The Debra Driscoll Amendment to the Arizona Constitution:
All requests for compensation in conservatorship/guardianship matters require a written acceptance by a spouse (1st priority), a parent (2nd), an immediate family member (3rd), or the AZ Attorney General if no surviving family member. All conservatorship/guradinship cases guarantee a trial by jury. Financial exploitation of vulnerable adults, including asset misappropriation, are statute of limitations exempt. Those who exploit and those associated must pay treble plus actual damages to the victims. This ensures fairness, justice, and severe penalties for wrongdoers in conservatorship/guardianship constroversies.
"

Application and Full Text

Make Elections Fair Arizona

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-14-2024

Application Date:
November 8, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101454

Name of Organization:
Make Elections Fair PAC

Address:
830 North 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Contact:
602-528-3684
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Sarah Smallhouse, Applicant and Chair
Chuck Coughlin, Treasurer

Overview:
"This Constitutional amendment expands choices in primaries, eliminates party-based restrictions on election participation, and applies the same rules to candidates for the same office. It prohibits using public monies for party elections, including presidential preference elections not open to all voters. For primaries for state, county, and Congressional offices, candidates for the same office have the same signature requirements and appear on the same ballot. Everyone eligible to vote for an office may vote for any candidate and sign any candidate petition regardless of party affiliation. Parties may support candidates. Law may allow candidates to list party affiliation, as provided in amendment. For 1-winner races, 2 to 5 candidates may advance to the general, as provided by law. For multi-winner races, additional candidates advance. If 3 or more candidates may advance in 1-winner races, voter rankings are used at the general. If implementing legislation isn't operative by 11 /1 /2025, Secretary of State decides how many candidates advance and the voter ranking process, if any, subject to legislative modification as provided in the amendment. Legislature may change the number of candidates for an office who advance once every 6 years. Amendment is exempt from revenue source requirement."

Application and Full Text

Better Ballot Arizona (Superseded by I-16-2024)

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-15-2024

Application Date:
November 28, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101472

Name of Organization:
Better Ballot Arizona

Address:
1753 E Broadway Rd Ste 101-494
Tempe, AZ 85210

Contact:
480-757-6855
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Casmiro Fernandes, Applicant and Chair
Betsy Boggia, Treasurer

Overview:
"Better Ballot Arizona (Superseded by I-16-2024)
"

Better Ballot Arizona

CONSTITUTIONAL

Petition Serial Number:
I-16-2024

Application Date:
December 7, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
383,923


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101472

Name of Organization:
Better Ballot Arizona

Address:
1753 E Broadway Rd Ste 101-494
Tempe, AZ 85210

Contact:
480-757-6855
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Casmiro Fernandes, Applicant and Chair
Betsy Boggia, Treasurer

Overview:
"This constitutional amendment broadens voters' options for covered state and congressional offices in primary and general elections. For covered primaries, eligible voters may sign any nominating petition. Candidates for covered public office require the equal specified number of signatures and will be listed on the same ballot. For single-winner primaries, the top five candidates advance to the general election, while in multi-winner primaries, an additional candidate advances for each available seat. Voting is tabulated in rounds wherein candidates are eliminated or elected. If one's first choice candidate is eliminated, one's second choice candidate is counted as a first choice in the next round. Process continues until all available offices are filled with candidates receiving a majority of votes. Identifying candidate party affiliations is authorized. Any constitutional prohibition against local political subdivisions implementing this system is eliminated. Permits public money for presidential preference elections only if Independents and those with no party preference or registered with parties not qualified for representation on the ballot are allowed to vote in these primaries. Amendment exempts itself from Revenue Source Rule, or alternatively is funded with additional filing fee for political committees. Write-in candidates are disallowed."

Application and Full Text

Property Protection

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-17-2024

Application Date:
December 12, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101509

Name of Organization:
Committee For Arizona Survival

Address:
5801 W Campobello Dr.
Glendale, AZ 85308

Contact:
602-487-0456
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Rollie Stevens, Applicant and Chair
Kathy Meek, Treasurer

Overview:
"Property Protection Initiative
Protection of land owners. Prevents any government agency for changing or altering the zoning on owned land without the land owner initiating change.
Mining Property patented, establishes the mining aspect of land as deeded weather active or historic allows land owner exemption status as written:
" Nothing contained in any ordinance by this chapter shall: prevent, restrict or otherwise regulate the use of occupation of land or improvements for railroad, mining, metallurgical, grazing or general agricultural purposes, if the tract is 5 or more contiguous commercial acres"
This allows patented mining claims on deeded property to have mining, gold panning, entertainment. This allows agricultural ranching use to have: ranching, dude ranches and entertainment.
This allows agricultural farming use to have: farming. farmers markets and entertainment.
This initiative will protect all deeded land owners from unauthorized zoning changes without being initiated by land owner.
Government initiated changes:
Government notification must be through public printed notification posted signs on street corners. with proposed change and also send certified letters of proposed changes to landowner. The agency shall notify and publish through digital means any currently government used used portals 6 weeks in advance of a public hearing.
"

Application and Full Text

Wesson Medicinal Act

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-18-2024

Application Date:
December 28, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101529

Name of Organization:
Wesson Freedom Team

Address:
2925 E Thompson Ave
Kingman, AZ 86409

Contact:
928-377-9535
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
John D. Taylor, Applicant and Chair
Kelly Jackson, Treasurer

Overview:
"The Wesson Medicinal Act
If proposition passes, Medicinal Psychedelic Mushrooms will become medically legal for Medical Mushroom Card Holders. After getting a prescription for one from a licensed doctor, like a Medical Marijuana Card required to use Marijuana before it became recreationally legal. Medical Mushroom Dispensaries separate from Marijuana Dispensaries will open up around the State, only for Medical Mushroom Card holders though, and those without Medical Mushroom Cards that are caught in possession of Medical Mushrooms for personal use will only receive a Class 1 Misdemeanor instead of a Class 6 Felony as long as it is for personal use and if you sell it without a Dispensary License as long as it isn't laced with other drugs and not contaminated with mold or bacteria then it is only a Class 6 Felony Distribution charge instead of a Class 3 Felony Manslaughter Charge."

Application and Full Text

Wesson Gun Equality Act

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-19-2024

Application Date:
December 28, 2023

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101529

Name of Organization:
Wesson Freedom Team

Address:
2925 E Thompson Ave
Kingman, AZ 86409

Contact:
928-377-9535
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
John D. Taylor, Applicant and Chair
Kelly Jackson, Treasurer

Overview:
"Wesson Gun Equality Act
Medical Marijuana Card holders can legally obtain and own Firearms as long as they don't have any Felonies or Major Mental Health issues, because now that Marijuana is recreationally legal, it is a violation of not just the second amendment of the United States Constitution, but the Fourteenth Amendment as well. Because, allowing recreational Weed Customers to both purchase Marijuana and Firearms, but tell Medical Marijuana patients that they cannot own a gun, is discrimminating against someone's medical status, which is against the 14th Amendment."

Application and Full Text

Property Exemption

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-20-2024

Application Date:
January 3, 2024

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101509

Name of Organization:
Committee For Arizona Survival

Address:
5801 W Campobello Dr.
Glendale, AZ 85308

Contact:
602-487-0456
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Rollie Stevens, Applicant and Chair
Kathy Meek, Treasurer

Overview:
"Property Exemption Initiative
Protection of land owners with exemption status patented mining claims on owned property, agricultural, AG Grazing. As the exemption states:
"Nothing contained in any ordinance by this chapter shall: prevent, restrict or otherwise regulate the use of occupation of land or improvements for railroad, mining, metallurgical, grazing or general agricultural purposes, if the tract is 5 or more contiguous acres"
This Initiative Prevents any government agency from changing or altering the absolute authority of the land owner or adding a contingency or asterisk subverting land owner rights. A government agency of any kind, cannot impose a permit need on land that is already patented or exempt under their recorded deeds weather historic or active or state that use of any kind is not authorized.
The patented mining claims are absolute and state no ordinance of any kind shall be enforced or implied. If The claimant has clear and absolute title to the claim and the land no trespass is allowed, if posted by any agency, Government, federal, state, county, city, and no codes or enforcement, no zoning change or interference of land owners rights, without landowners permission verbal or written either by hand or electronic means.
"

Application and Full Text

Chiropractors Act

INITIATIVE

Petition Serial Number:
I-21-2024

Application Date:
March 1, 2024

Due Date:
July 3, 2024

Signatures Required:
255,949


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101608

Name of Organization:
Arizona Alliance of Health

Address:
6226 N Mockingbird Ln
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

Contact:
602-888-1745
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Andrew Altman, Applicant and Chair
Karen Harkins, Treasurer

Overview:
"This act allows Chiropractors to be able to practice to the full extent of their education, training, and clinical experience. It allows Chiropractors to have post-secondary training and clinical specialties. It allows chiropractors to become advanced practitioners. There is no financial cost to the public or the state."

Application and Full Text

Recall Paul Gosar (Superseded by RC-02-2023)

RECALL

Petition Serial Number:
RC-01-2023

Application Date:
March 2, 2023

Due Date:
June 30, 2023

Signatures Required:
49,989


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101365

Name of Organization:
Recall Gosar

Address:
11221 West Duluth Avenue
Youngtown, Arizona 85363

Contact:
602-592-4142
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Leonard Clark, Applicant and Chair
Deborah O'Dowd, Treasurer

Recall Paul Gosar

RECALL

Petition Serial Number:
RC-02-2023

Application Date:
March 6, 2023

Due Date:
June 30, 2023

Signatures Required:
49,297


Sponsor:

Filer ID: 101365

Name of Organization:
Recall Gosar

Address:
11221 West Duluth Avenue
Youngtown, Arizona 85363

Contact:
602-592-4142
[email protected]

Name of Officer and Title:
Leonard Clark, Applicant and Chair
Deborah O'Dowd, Treasurer

Overview:
""We the people of U.S. Congressional Az. District 9 seek the recall of the Congressman Paul Gosar from the same district of U.S. Congressional Arizona District 9 for the following reasons: He is unresponsive and incompetent. He appears to be medically unfit. He associates and allies himself with a Holocaust Denier. He associates and allies with a mass murdering war criminal named Vladimir Putin dictator of Russia a known adversary and hater of the United States who invaded the sovereign country of Ukraine. He was informed about the brewing violence on January 6, 2021 and could have warned authorities to avert bloodshed but did not. Please, sign this recall petition it is not about politics but rather an emergency measure to expel Paul Gosar a man who is violating his oath to our U.S. Constitution and the best interests of his constituents and his country. Respectfully, the citizens of U.S. Congressional Az. District 9 and the chair of the Recall Gosar committee Leonard Clark, Registered Independent and Veteran. ""

Recall Justine Wadsack

RECALL

Petition Serial Number:
RC-03-2023

Application Date:
May 8, 2023

Due Date:
September 5, 2023

Signatures Required:
30,981


Sponsor:

Filer ID: na

Name of Organization:
Rolande Baker (applicant)

Address:
70 W Suffolk Dr
Oro Valley, AZ 85704


Contact:
520-286-6411
[email protected]




Overview:
"Senator Wadsack took office 1/9/23, winning by only 2,789, has since sponsored bills that attack marginalized communities within Legislative District 17. Whether it be SB1413- criminalizing our most vulnerable houseless neighbors with no solutions or her attack on our State Constitution, and how we govern ourselves; or SB1700, allowing anyone opposed to book/s in grades K-12, file an objection against the book/s with the Department of Education; or SB1435, undermining the Arizona Bar Association, making the Arizona Supreme Court the final decision-makers of lawyers; or HB2456- shortening the school accreditation for the Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind from 8 years to 4 years; increasing administrative and regulatory burdens without credible cause after 100+ years of operation. She is amplifying hysteria about drag performances, SB1698, eliminating the words "drag show" but with the same intent to declare them as unlawful exposure to children carrying possible felony charges for parents. We cannot wait until 2024, Senator Wadsack must be recalled for the sake of LD17 and the people of Arizona because of known draconian bills and those possibly to come. Join us in acquiring 30,981 signatures for her removal.
"

Recall Katie Hobbs

RECALL

Petition Serial Number:
RC-04-2023

Application Date:
October 5, 2023

Due Date:
February 2, 2024

Signatures Required:
639,872


Sponsor:

Name of Organization:
Tyson James Draper (applicant)

Address:
1144 N 1st Ave
Thatcher, AZ 85552


Contact:
480-431-53444
[email protected]

Overview:
"I am exercising my constitutional rights as a free citizen of The United State of America, and following all the laws on the books to recall Governor Katie Hobbs. The grounds for which I am calling for her recall are a wide open southern border with Millions of Undocumented people entering illegally. Ms. Hobbs has no plan to rectify the situation and the problem continues to worsen by the day. In addition, Ms. Hobbs has lost the public trust by not providing the citizens of Arizona and type of transparency as pertaining to her recent travels to Asia and Washington DC. Lastly, Ms. Hobbs has completely lost the trust of her constituents by not being able to nominate any of her cabinet members and the Arizona Legislature is in total disarray under her leadership. For these reasons, I am seeking to file an application for recall and intend on collecting the needed signatures on the petition to make this happen. Thank you.
"