2022 PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS FOR THE CITY OF PAGE CANDIDATE ELECTION:
2022 Primary Election results for the City of Page Candidate Election for a term beginning after the General Election in November 2022
Mayor Elected at the 2022 Primary Election:
William R. Diak
Council Members Elected at the 2022 Primary Election for a 4-year term:
2022 Primary Election Summary Report
Now you can sign candidate petitions online CLICK HERE to see how to sign up.
Candidate Flyer – This is an information document that includes important dates and information needed for the 2022 election.
Statement of Interest – This form must be filed with the City Clerk’s Office prior to any signatures being collected.
Statement of Organization – If candidates will be spending or receiving, in any combination, more than $500 during the election cycle, this form must be filed. Please maintain all documentation so that this form may be filed once the candidate hits the $500 level.
Candidate Nonpartisan Petitions – Completed petitions may be filed between March 5, 2022 and April 4, 2022. The Statement of Interest must be filed with the City Clerk prior to being circulated. (Petitions should be double-sided so that circulator’s affidavit appears on the back of the petition.)
Candidate Nonpartisan Nomination Paper – This form will be filed on the same day, along with the signed petitions and completed Financial Disclosure Statement.
Financial Disclosure Statement – This form will be filed along with the signed petitions and completed Nonpartisan Nomination Paper.
Write-in Candidate Nomination Paper
Financial Disclosure Guide – This guidebook explains how to complete the above Financial Disclosure Statement.
Campaign Finance Candidate Guide – This guidebook explains how to establish a Candidate Committee when a city or town candidate receives contributions or made expenditures (in any combination) of at least $500.
Committee Campaign Finance Report
Voter Eligibility Requirements
Qualified electors must register prior to midnight 29-days preceding the date of the election. An individual is eligible to register to vote as provided in state law: A.R.S. §9-822, A.R.S. §16-101 and A.R.S. §16-121.
Arizona Secretary of State’s Office
Arizona Secretary of State’s Office – Election Laws & Publications