Contentious charter proposals in Peoria near voter decision

By Sonu Munshi

The Arizona Republic

Yellow campaign signs advocating “No Charter Changes” plastered across Peoria make it clear: Election day is round the corner on Tuesday and dollars are flowing against nine ballot issues.

Now, it’s up to voters to decide whether the nine proposed charter changes that have divided present and past city leaders and drawn opposition from several prominent community members are needed to improve city government, or are politically motivated and unnecessary.

Four council members, Ron Aames, Carlo Leone, Dave Pearson and Tony Rivero, support the measures.

A group called the No Charter Changes Committee opposes the proposals.



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