Opinion: Make your vote count in general election

Now is the chance to have your voice heard. Early voting in Arizona for the November election has begun.

Several important issues including the Queen Creek Unified School District 2016 bond are on the ballot. The bond issue is actually at the end of your ballot so to ensure your vote on the bond counts you may consider voting back to front.

You can vote early in person or by mail. Any voter registered to vote in Arizona can vote early in person before election day; just make sure you have an accepted form of ID when you vote.

Here’s what to do if you receive an early ballot in the mail. Open it. Mark it yes and mail it. If you want to receive an early ballot, call or e-mail your county recorder’s office no later than 5 p.m. on Oct. 28. Mail your ballot so it’s received by 7 p.m. on election day, Nov 8. If you don’t mail it in time, you can drop it off at any polling place (in your county) on election day.

Please help us build three new schools for our Queen Creek Unified School District students.

For more information, go to www.facebook.com/yesforqueencreekandmesastudents or www.qcusd.org/election

Thank you,
Craig Seymore and Sonny Cummard
Yes for Queen Creek

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