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  AZ-2006-Proposition 200 (AZ Voter Reward Act)
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Parents > United States > Arizona > Propositions > 2006 Propositions > AZ-2006-Proposition 200 (AZ Voter Reward Act)
OfficeInitiative
Type Referendum
Filing Deadline July 05, 2006 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open November 07, 2006 - 07:00am Central
Polls Close November 07, 2006 - 08:00pm Central
Term Start January 01, 2007 - 01:00pm
Term End December 31, 9999 - 01:00pm
Turnout 58.49% Registered 29.00% Total Population
ContributorThomas Walker
Last ModifiedThomas Walker July 25, 2007 03:03pm
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Description
AZ Voter Reward Act
This law will establish a voter reward random drawing every two years with a first prize of one million dollars or more. The purpose is to increase voter participation. Voters who cast ballots in primary or general elections will be eligible to win. The money will come from the Arizona Lottery and private donations.


Proposition 200 would establish a $1,000,000 prize to be awarded to a randomly selected person who voted in the primary or general election. Anyone who voted in the primary or general election would be automatically entered in the drawing for the prize money, and if a person voted in both the primary and the general election, that person's name would be entered twice in the drawing.

Proposition 200 would provide money for the cash prize by transferring unclaimed lottery winnings into a separate Voter Reward Fund, to be overseen by the Arizona State Lottery Commission. Money would be awarded every two years, after each statewide general election is held. If there is sufficient money, the commission could establish additional prizes for the drawings.

Under Proposition 200, county voter registration and election officials would provide a list of numbers for the drawing with each number designating a person who voted in the primary or general election. The drawing would be conducted in public, with only the name of the winner disclosed. The winner could also refuse the prize money, and no name would be disclosed.

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LEANING PREDICTIONS    Detail
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10/19/2006 11/07/2006
CandidateSlightLeanStrongSafe
No ----2 --
Leaning Call: No (100.00%)
Weighted Call: No (100.00%)
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10/03/2004 10/16/2006

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Photo  
Name No Yes  
PartyNO YES  
Campaign Logo  
Certified Votes991,284 (66.62%) 496,641 (33.38%)  
Margin0 (0.00%) -494,643 (-33.24%)  
Predict Avg.0.00% 0.00%  
Cash On Hand $-- $--  
Website  
Entry Date 00/00/2006 00/00/2006  
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MATCHUP POLLS (3 from 2 pollsters)
Adj Poll Avg64.62%-- 26.05%--  
Social Research Laboratory/NAU 
10/11/06-10/16/06
59.00% -- 34.00% --
Arizona State University 
09/21/06-09/24/06
47.00% -- 40.00% --
Social Research Laboratory/NAU 
10/03/04-10/20/04
74.00% -- 22.00% --
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