If you’re still undecided about those 12 propositions on the General Election ballot on Tuesday, November 2nd, watch this one-hour KUAT Channel 6 video with Christopher Conover interviewing Tucson Weekly senior writer Jim Nintzel, including selected videos from KUAT reporters on Prop. 107, 113, 203, 302, and 400.
Propositions 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 203, 301, 302 are state-wide, while 400 and 401 are from the City of Tucson.
In a quick review of the City of Tucson booklet’s “The Choice is Yours” statements regarding Proposition 400 & 401, here’s a list of the people/groups supporting and opposing these two props:
– In favor of Prop. 400 (proposed increase in City sales tax by .5%):
Jeff Rogers, Chairman & Martin Bacal, Corresponding Secretary for Pima County Democratic Party
–Against Prop. 400
Kent Solberg, LD 27 House candidate (Green party)
– In favor of Prop. 401 (huge increases in Mayor/Council salaries, more power for Mayor & City Manager, & other Charter changes):
Peter Likins, President Emeritus of UA
Lea Marquez Peterson, President & Bill Holmes, Past President of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
David J. Cohen, Treasurer, “Tucson Charter Change Coalition for Prop. 401″
Trent Humphries, Organizer of Tucson Tea Party
Jeff Rogers, Paul Eckerstrom, & Curtis Dutiel
Michael Guymon, Executive Director & Steve King, President of Metropolitan Pima Alliance
–Against Prop. 401:
Steve Leal, Susan Willis, John S. O’Dowd, Brian Flagg, & James Hannley, Treasurer, “Protect Local Control: No on Prop 401″
My previous blog on 400:
My previous blog on 401:
Secretary of State’s information on the propositions (click here).
League of Women Voter’s guide on the state-wide propositions (click here).
Vote wisely on November 2nd, as the choice is indeed yours.