Arizona is in the midst of its primary election season. Candidate signs are popping up on street corners, mailboxes are overflowing with postcards and fliers and advertisements are hitting the airwaves and the pages of local newspapers. Primary elections occur every two years, always in an even year for federal, state, county and local offices that are up for re-election.
Arizona has an open primary, which allows voters registered as independent to participate by telling their county recorder which partisan ballot they’d like to receive.
Vote early by mail, or vote at the polls, but please vote. Thank you.
– Abbie S. Fink, HMA Public Relations