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EARLY VOTING STARTS AUG. 10 ON PROP. 401
Scottsdale voters go to the polls Sept. 12 to decide Prop. 401, a referendum on city Ordinance No. 3658 related to sexually oriented businesses.
Opponents of certain provisions of Ordinance No. 3658 gathered enough signatures to place the issue before voters. Ballot language is available in the City Clerk’s Office and on the Internet at: http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/elections
Special Election publicity pamphlets on Prop. 401 will be mailed to the households of registered voters prior to the start of early voting on Aug. 10. The pamphlet includes arguments for and against Ordinance No. 3658, which was adopted last December by the City Council.
Early voting on Prop. 401 begins Aug. 10 at Maricopa County’s three onsite early voting locations. Those locations are:
** Recorder and Elections – Main Office, 111 S. Third Ave. Phoenix. Phone: (602) 506-3535
** Recorder and Elections – Southeast Office, 222 E. Javelina, Mesa, Phone: (602) 506-3535
** Elections – MCTEC Office, 510 S. Third Ave., Phoenix, Phone: (602) 506-1511
Satellite early voting at Scottsdale City Hall and the Via Linda Senior Center begins Aug. 28.
The last day to register to vote in the Sept. 12 election is Aug. 14. For more information on how to register, contact the Maricopa County Elections Office at (602) 506-1511
or call the Scottsdale City Clerk’s Office at (480) 312-2411.
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