Maricopa County will be overseeing many local Ballot-By-Mail elections. The ones pertinent to LD26 voters are listed below. The county will automatically mail a ballot to every eligible voter on October 11. Please plan to complete and return your ballot as early as possible.
How to vote by mail
When voting by mail, the completed ballot must be placed in the return envelope and THE ENVELOPE MUST BE SIGNED. Unsigned ballots will not be counted. Please include your phone number on the envelope as well. This is not added to your vote record - it is only used by the signature verification team if they have questions for you. The ballot can then be mailed - postage free - to the county recorder’s office or dropped at any official drop box location. Ballots must be mailed no later than 7 days prior to election day.
How should I vote?
LD26 Democrats recommends a YES VOTE on all measures on your November 2023 ballot.
City of Phoenix Bond Election
QUESTION 1: Enhance Community Safety through Fire, Police, Roadway and Pedestrian Infrastructure. Seeks voter authorization to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of up to $214,000,000 to provide funding for fire, police, roadway and pedestrian infrastructure projects.
QUESTION 2: Improve Quality of Life in Phoenix Neighborhoods. Seeks voter authorization to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of up to $108,615,000 to provide funding for library, parks and historic preservation projects.
QUESTION 3: Create an Efficient, Modern Phoenix to Live and Work. Seeks voter authorization to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of up to $114,385,000 to provide funding for education, economic development, reducing waste, resource management, arts and culture projects.
QUESTION 4: Enhance, Preserve and Increase Supply of Affordable Housing and Senior Centers. Seeks voter authorization to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of up to $63,000,000 to provide funding for affordable housing and senior center projects.
City of Glendale Bond Election
The City Council has placed two important bond questions on the ballot this November. Voters will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on two critical issues including:
Question 1 which would invest $82 million in street and intersection improvements
Question 2 which would invest $78 million in public safety projects.
School District’s Bonds and Overrides
Supporting our schools and local government means doing the work to ensure our voters understand what is at stake and getting out their vote.
- Alhambra Elementary School District, No. 68 - Site Sale
- Glendale Elementary School District, No. 40 - Bond, Override, Site Sale, District Additional Assistance Sale
- Phoenix Union High School District, No. 210 - Bond
For a complete list of November 2023 Elections, Click Here