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Plenty to choose from on Ahwatukee ballot

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By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

AFN Executive Editor

Campaign 2018 in Arizona enters its final phase as early voting begins in advance of the Nov. 6 General Election.

Given the length of the ballot, you might want to start soon to study a lengthy slate of offices and propositions that likely will make for some dramatic finishes once the polls close Nov. 6.

At the state level, Ahwatukee voters will be joining their counterparts in deciding a new U.S. Senator, resolving the contest for governor and choosing who will occupy for the next four years the offices of secretary of state, attorney general, mining inspector, superintendent of public instruction, treasurer and two seats on the Corporation Commission.


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