Submitting arguments for and against Arizona measures passes

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July 23, 2010

PHOENIX, Arizona: Arguments both for and against ballot measures that are set to appear on the November 2, 2010 ballot had to be submitted to the Arizona Secretary of State's office by July 7, 2010. According to the Secretary of State's website, filings for arguments were accepted at both Phoenix and Tucson offices.

Fees for submitting those arguments were $100, and $75 if the arguments were submitted electronically. Arguments had to be 300 words or less, had to be submitted exactly the way submitter wanted the argument to appear on voter pamphlets, and had to have the contact information of the filer.[1]

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