City of Tucson Prop 413 Election
Voting without knowing what's on your ballot is like lighting your money on fire.
What is the upcoming election about?
• Increase the Mayor's salary by $53,750 to $95,750 per year. The new salary would be over 2.25 times than the Mayor's current salary.
• Increase each Council Members’ salary by $52,000 to $76,000 per year. The new salary would be over 3.15 times than Council Members' current salary.
What are the significant dates for the election?
- If you aren't already registered to vote, the last day to register in order to be eligible to vote in this election is Tuesday, October 10th, 2023.
Check your voter registration status at ezaz.org/vote
- Ballots will be mailed on October 11, 2023. The last day to request early ballot October 27
- VOTED BALLOTS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN 7 p.m., November 7th. MAIL ballots by October 31st.
Who can vote in this election?
All registered voters that reside in the City of Tucson will receive a ballot by mail with voting instructions in the envelope.
What policies has the City of Tucson implemented with my tax dollars?
- Implemented Restrictions Preventing Families with More Than 10 Members from Having Proper Funerals - SOURCE
- Implemented City-Wide Covid Lockdown & Shut Businesses Down - SOURCE
- Implemented Curfew in the Name of Stopping the Spread of Covid - SOURCE
- Was Against Re-Opening from Covid - SOURCE
- Voted and Approved Firing City Employees Who Did Not Get Vaccincated Against Covid - SOURCE
- Closed playgrounds, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and fitness areas because of Covid - SOURCE
- Implemented Mask Mandates - SOURCE
- Implemented Mask Mandates a Second Time in 2021, Including for Those Who Were Vaccinated - SOURCE
- The Tucson Climate Action Plan Outlines Policy to Reduce Meat Consumption and Also Become a Car-Free City - SOURCE
- Implementing Road Diets through Complete Streets - reducing the amount of traffic to slow traffic, alter driving experiences, implement bike lanes, Bus Rapid Transit, and/or Light Rail. Recognized as One of the Top Cities in America for the Complete Street Program - SOURCE
- Has committed the City to implement policy around Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - SOURCE
- Equity teaches people and has policies based on the belief that there is systemic racism, they are entitled to reparations and more because of the color of their skin. - SOURCE
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion teaches students and people that white people are oppressors. - SOURCE
- Has sold over $44 Million of Water Rights to the Federal Government - SOURCE
- Voted to Drastically Increase Water Rates - SOURCE
What are taxpayers in the City of Tucson being asked?
Voters will be asked to say yes or no on One Measure:
Increase the Mayor's salary by $53,750 to $95,750 per year. The new salary would be over 2.25 times than the Mayor's current salary.
Also, increase each Council Members’ salary by $52,000 to $76,000 per year. The new salary would be over 3.15 times than Council Members' current salary.
The information above may have been compiled from the following additional sources:
Arizona School Report Cards (https://azreportcards.azed.gov/)
Center Square Website (https://www.thecentersquare.com)
Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Council (https://www.azjlbc.gov/)
Arizona Auditor General (azauditor.gov)
Zippia Website (zippia.com)
Maricopa County Treasurer (https://treasurer.maricopa.gov/Parcel/TaxBill.aspx)
Please Note: EZAZ.org takes no position for or against the items on your ballot. Vote your conscience.