Tomorrow is election day. Have you voted?

Tomorrow is election day, the last day in which to vote regarding issues and candidates for Queen Creek Town Council and Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board and bond. Here is some information for those who will be voting at the polls or finalizing their early ballot and dropping it off at a Maricopa County polling site Nov. 8.

Issues on the Nov. 8 ballot include:

Queen Creek Councilman Craig Barnes

Craig Barnes


Queen Creek Councilman Robin Benning (Courtesy of town of Queen Creek)

Robin Benning


Jake Hoffman

Jake Hoffman


Matt McWilliams

Matt McWilliams

•two Queen Creek Town Council seats. Candidates are incumbent Craig Barnes, incumbent Robin Benning, Jake Hoffman and Matt McWilliams. (Learn more at and Incumbent Jeff Brown had enough votes in the primary election to be reelected to the Queen Creek Town Council. (Learn more at

•three Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board seats. Candidates are Del Caron, M. Susan Leonard, incumbent Mark J. Linder, Jennifer Revolt, incumbent Laurie A. Roland and William (Bill) Schultz. (Learn more at

•voter approval to authorize the Queen Creek Unified School District to sell $95 million in bonds in order to construct two new elementary schools and one new high school. The proposed $95 million bond is solely for capital costs. Of these monies, $57 million would be allocated to construct a second high school, $33.6 million to build two new elementary schools and $4.4 million for technology to supporting the new and existing schools, according to printed materials distributed by the district. (Learn more at and and )

The final date to register to vote for the Nov. 8 election was Monday, Oct. 10. Early ballots for the Nov. 8 general election were to be mailed out on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

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