Ballot Recommendations for Nov. 8, 2022 General Election

Gilbert Watch provides the following recommendations for those who love freedom. Print this page and take it with you to the ballot box or when you complete your ballot.

US Senate Blake Masters (R)
US House of RepresentativeAndy Biggs (R)
AZ GovernorKari Lake (R)
AZ Secretary of StateMark Finchem (R)
AZ Attorney General Abraham Hamadeh (R)
AZ TreasurerKimberly Yee (R)
AZ Corp CommissionNick Myers (R)
Kevin Thompson (R)
AZ Superintendent of Public InstructionTom Horne (R)
State Senate – LD 14Warren Petersen (R)
State House of RepresentativesTravis Grantham (R)
Laurin Hendrix (R)
State Mine InspectorPaul Marsh (R)
Clerk of Superior CourtJeff Fine (R)
Maricopa County AttorneyRachel Mitchell (R)
Town of Gilbert CouncilBobbi Buchli (R)
Gilbert Public School BoardChad Thompson (R)
Higley Unified School BoardAnna Van Hoek (R)
Roy Morales (R)
Chandler Unified School BoardKurt Rohrs (R)
Charlotte Golla (R)
Central AZ Project Water BoardJason Lundgren (R)
Amanda Monize (R)
Donovan Neese (R)
Barbara Seago (R)
East Valley Institute of Technology Governing BoardAmber McAffee (R)
Prop 128 – Voter Protection Act – Allows legislature to amend unconstitutional language on ballot measuresYES
Prop 129 – Voter Transparency – Requires ballot measures to pertain to a single subject.YES
Prop 130 – Vets Exempted from Property Tax – Taxes should be fairly and equally assessed. Special privileges to groups should be avoided.NO
Prop 131 – Protect Your Vote; Add Lt. Governor – Don’t need to grow government. Secession plan already exists.NO
Prop 132 – Protect AZ Taxpayers – Requires at least 60% vote to pass tax increase on ballot.YES
Prop 209 – Higher Prices for Arizonans – CA union funded initiative reduces a lender’s ability to collect on debt; will result in discrimination against low income people.NO
Prop 211 – Doxxing & Political Discrimination – Requires private organizations to disclose donors; violates right to privacy and association. NO
Prop 308 – Tuition Amnesty for Illegals – Taxpayer subsidized tuition for college students including non-citizens. NO
Prop 309 – Universal Voter ID – Strengthens Voter ID for in-person and mail-in voting; deters fraud.YES
Prop 310 – Sales Tax Increase – 20-year statewide sales tax increase to fun fire districts; rewards wasteful spending with no accountability or transparency.NO