Single-shot voting is a voting tactic, usually in multiple-winner elections, where a voter is entitled to vote for more than one candidate, but instead votes for only one candidate.
A voter might do this either because it is easier than evaluating all the candidates, or as a form of tactical voting. This tactic can be used to increase the chance that the voter's favorite candidate will be elected, while increasing the risk that other candidates will lose. A group of voters using this tactic consistently has a better chance for one candidate to be elected.
If you are serious about getting your Democratic candidate elected to office where he/she can do some good, please vote for only ONE candidate on your ballot for that office - the Democratic candidate.
If we have not succeeded in explaining this confusing ballot choice or if you need more information, please contact our club Chair, Ralph Atchue, at email@example.com. He will be happy to help you.
If you are already registered, you can sign up to be added to the PERMANENT EARLY VOTING LIST. Just click the link below and there will be a short form to fill out and you're good to go!
Here's where you register if you're a first-time voter or if you've moved or changed your name. Don't forget to sign up for the mail-in ballot - that will be the Permanent Early Voting List - PEVL. This gives you plenty of time to review the issues and get your ballot sent in so that your voice can be heard.
You will find all of the candidates whose petitions you are eligible to sign. The E-Qual page on the AZ Secretary of State website will even let you know if you've already signed a petition. So convenient! You can also give a your candidate a $5 qualifying contribution.
The Arizona Revised Statutes have been updated to include the revised sections from the 52nd Legislature, 2nd Regular Session.