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The 2013 local measure to watch in Arizona was the [[City of Tucson Pension Reform Initiative, Proposition 201 (November 2013)|initiative in Tucson seeking to change the pension system]] for new public employees from a [[Defined Benefit Plan|defined benefit plan]] to a more private-sector, [[Defined Contribution Plan|401(k) style defined contribution plan]]. This measure, however, was removed from the ballot due to a lawsuit based on [[Paid circulator|circulator]] qualifications and petitioner regulation technicalities.
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The 2013 local measure to watch in Arizona was the [[City of Tucson Pension Reform Initiative, Proposition 201 (November 2013)|initiative in Tucson seeking to change the pension system]] for new public employees from a [[Defined Benefit Plan|defined benefit plan]] to a [[Defined Contribution Plan|401(k) style defined contribution plan]]. This measure, however, was removed from the ballot due to a lawsuit based on [[Paid circulator|circulator]] qualifications and petitioner regulation technicalities.
  
 
Nevertheless, Tucson voters will still have decisions to make. Two other measures, [[City of Tucson Base Expenditure Limit Increase, Proposition 401 (November 2013)|a base expenditure limitation increase]] and [[City of Tucson "Plan Tucson" Ten Year General Plan, Proposition 402 (November 2013)|a general 10 year city plan]] await the electors approval on November 5.
 
Nevertheless, Tucson voters will still have decisions to make. Two other measures, [[City of Tucson Base Expenditure Limit Increase, Proposition 401 (November 2013)|a base expenditure limitation increase]] and [[City of Tucson "Plan Tucson" Ten Year General Plan, Proposition 402 (November 2013)|a general 10 year city plan]] await the electors approval on November 5.

Revision as of 12:17, 31 October 2013

The 2013 local measure to watch in Arizona was the initiative in Tucson seeking to change the pension system for new public employees from a defined benefit plan to a 401(k) style defined contribution plan. This measure, however, was removed from the ballot due to a lawsuit based on circulator qualifications and petitioner regulation technicalities.

Nevertheless, Tucson voters will still have decisions to make. Two other measures, a base expenditure limitation increase and a general 10 year city plan await the electors approval on November 5.

The other measures on the ballot in Arizona mainly consist of city and school district bond issues and capital overrides.

By county

Maricopa

See also: Maricopa County, Arizona ballot measures

Pima

See also: Pima County, Arizona ballot measures

Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot Proposition 201: City of Tucson Pension Reform Initiative