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EZAZ.org believes a well informed electorate is necessary come Election Day. It is difficult to know about all of the candidates on the ballot, especially the non-partisan races. EZAZ.org sent candidates very specific policy questions about key issues that will make a difference in the electorate's voting decisions. We received surveys back from candidates running for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, Phoenix & Scottsdale City Council, and School Board from 20 different school districts. EZAZ.org also conducted a CAWCD debate that will help voters decide who to support.
Please consider helping EZAZ.org reach voters with candidate surveys and the debate.
Here is information regarding the positions previously mentioned:
1. The candidates running for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District [CAWCD] will oversee our water supply and how water will be allocated to help fix and prevent our water shortages.
CAWCD is a special purpose taxing district referred to as a multi-county conservation district that is managed by a 15 member board who are elected from the three-county service area made up of Maricopa, Pima, and Pinal counties. The Central Arizona Project, also known as CAP, is a 336-mile long canal that brings water from the Colorado River to Central and Southern Arizona. This government entity was created for the purposes of establishing the delivery of Central Arizona Project water, repayment of CAP costs, and operation and maintenance of the CAP aqueduct. The board members serve alternating six years terms.
2. City Council is one of the most important races on the ballot this November. The City Council has direct impact on the funding of police, anti-discrimination ordinances, crime, and homelessness. EZAZ.org sent surveys to candidates running for the City Councils of Phoenix and Scottsdale.
3. School Board Governing Members are also vital positions on the ballot this November.
Elected School Board Members determine the environment and framework for teaching and learning. The candidates elected to these positions will influence the safety of schools, curriculum, school renovations, and how teachers interact with students and parents.
Thank you very much for your consideration. If you have any questions please reach out to Jeff Caldwell at 913-484-8404.
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