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At the primary election, any candidate who shall receive a majority of all the votes cast at such election shall be declared elected to the office for which he or she is a candidate, and no further election shall be held.
City Ordinance No. 3059 – Adopted the Methodology below for calculating the majority of all votes cast:
If at any primary election there be any office or offices to which no candidate therefor was elected, then, said election shall be considered to be a primary election for the nomination of candidates for such office or offices, and a second or general election shall be held to vote for candidates to fill such office or offices.
The candidates, not elected at such first election, equal in number to twice the number to be elected to any given office, or less if so there be, and who received the highest number of votes for the respective offices at such first election, shall be the only candidates at such second election.
At 7:00 p.m. at the first regular meeting during the month next following the General election, which will be December 2, 2024.
At least 342 and not more than 683 signatures of qualified registered voters of the City of Casa Grande.
Complete candidate packets will be made available on September 12, 2023, online at casagrandeaz.gov and in hardcopy upon a request to the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona, by appointment, 520-421-8639.
March 4, 2024, at 8:00 a.m. in the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona.
April 1, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. in the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona.
*Note: A Candidate Statement of Interest Form must be filed at the City Clerk’s office prior to collecting Nomination Petition signatures.
July 1, 2024 – last day to register to vote in the Primary Election.
October 7, 2024 – last day to register to vote in the General Election.
July 3, 2024 – first day that early ballots are mailed for the Primary Election.
October 9, 2024 – first day that early ballots are mailed for the General Election.
Voter registration and early voting are conducted by the Pinal County Recorder’s Office | Election Department. For information on voter registration, please contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or access the following website for assistance:
Pinal County Recorder's - Register to Vote
Voters registered in the AEVL will automatically be mailed an early voting ballot approximately 27 days prior to the City’s August and November elections. For further information or to place your name on the AEVL, please contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830 or visit their website at Pinal County Recorder’s Office.
To register a new candidate committee, file a Committee Statement of Organization within 10 days after qualifying as a candidate committee. A candidate qualifies as a Candidate Committee if the candidate receives contributions or makes expenditures, in any combination, of at least $500.00 in connection with that candidacy.
Campaign finance reports must be filed in accordance with campaign finance laws as long as the candidate committee is active. All committees are subject to late filing penalties. Once a Committee Termination Statement is filed, campaign finance reports are no longer required to be filed.
In 2023-24, contribution limits increased and an individual, partnership or political action committee may give $6,650 to a local candidate.
A.R.S. § 16-927. Campaign finance reporting period:
*(Currently being revised)
The committee is liable for a late penalty fee of $10.00 for each day the filing is late during the first 15 days after the deadline and $25.00 for each subsequent day that the filing is late. Penalties accrue until the late report is filed.
This information is provided as a courtesy by the Casa Grande City Clerk’s Office. It is intended to assist in meeting the requirements for candidacy. However, it is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure that all legal requirements have been met. The City Clerk’s Office cannot render legal, financial, or other professional advice.