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Proposition Campaign Spending 

Prop 100: Growing Smarter Plus
  • Referendum; failed 51-49%
  • Preserve Arizona (pro): $1,209,723
  • No 3% Solution (opposed): $160,600


Prop 101: Changing constitutional language

  • Referendum; passed 62-39%
  • No political committees formed


Prop 102: Two-thirds majority for wildlife initiatives

  • Referendum; failed 62-38%
  • Arizonans for Wildlife Conservation (pro): $1,541,138
  • No on 102 (opposed): $220,185


Prop 103: Expanding ACC

  • Referendum, passed 53-47%
  • No political committees formed


Prop 104: Senior property freeze

  • Referendum, passed 64-46%
  • No political committees formed


Prop 105: Cemetery tax exemption

  • Referendum, passed 68-32
  • Yes on Prop 105 Committee (pro): $172,689


Prop 106: Fair Districts, Fair Elections

  • Initiative, passed 56-64%
  • Fair Districts, Fair Elections (pro): $880,350
  • Keep the People In Charge (opposed): $143,09
  • It's Not Fair! (opposed): $227,475


Prop 108: Phone company regulation reform

  • Initiative, failed 80-20%
  • AZ for Consumer Choice & Fair Competition (pro): $2,050,718
  • Arizonans Against Higher Phone Rates and Poor Service (opposed): $2,240,425


Prop 200: Healthy Children, Healthy Families

  • Initiative, passed 58-42%
  • Healthy Children, Healthy Families Committee (pro): $1,282,533


Prop 202: Citizens Growth Management

  • Initiative, failed 70-30%
  • Citizens for Growth Management (pro): $873,073
  • Arizonans for Responsible Planning (opposed): $4,772,703
  • Arizona Rock Products Association--No on 202 (opposed): $163,164


Prop 203: English for the Children

  • Initiative, passed 63-37%
  • English for the Children-AZ (pro): $229,785
  • AZ Citizens Opposed to Prop 203 (opposed): $171,165
  • English Plus More Committee (opposed): $100,587
  • No on 203-2000 (opposed): $77,096


Prop 204: Healthy Arizona 2

  • Initiative, passed 63-37%
  • Healthy Arizona Initiative Committee (pro): $552,188


Prop 300: Raises for lawmakers

  • Referendum, failed 64-36%
  • No political committee formed


Prop 301: Sales tax boost for education

  • Referendum, passed 54-46%
  • Education 2000 (pro): $1,866,820
  • Yes on 301-2000 (pro): $283,702

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