Arizona Election Law Referendum (2014)
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will not appear on a ballot
During the 2014 legislative session, lawmakers introduced House Bill 2196, which sought to repeal HB 2305. The bill successfully passed in the House on February 13, 2014, and the Senate followed suit on February 20, 2014.
The veto referendum was sponsored by an assortment of different groups, collectively referring to themselves as the "Protect Your Right to Vote Committee."
Path to the ballot
In order to land the veto referendum on the 2014 ballot, supporters were required to gather 86,405 valid signatures by September 11, 2013. Supporters of the referendum began circulating petitions in July 2013. On October 29, 2013, the secretary of state confirmed that the measure received enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. Supporters turned in over 144,000 signatures, of which 110,770 were declared valid.
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- Arizona State Legislature, "HB 2305," accessed November 19, 2013
- Phoenix New Times, "Arizona's Voter Suppression Law: Referendum to Overturn HB 2305 Filed Today," July 1, 2013
- Arizona State Legislature, "HB 2305 initiatives, filings, circulators," accessed July 2, 2013
- KTAR.com, "Arizona election referendum certified for 2014 ballot," October 29, 2013
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