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KEEP SCOTTSDALE SCHOOLS EXCELLENT, WITHOUT RAISING TAXES
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This November we have the opportunity to support our students, educators, families, and community by voting yes on the M&O Override

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WHAT IS AN M&O OVERRIDE?

The state of Arizona ranks 48th in funding for public schools. Therefore, Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) must rely on voter approved funding like the Maintenance & Operations (M&O) Override on your ballot this fall. This will support the programs and professionals that keep our schools excellent, our student-athletes on the field, our communities strong and your property values high.

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WHY VOTE YES! SUSD?

A Yes Vote will only RENEW the M&O Override. That means your taxes will not go up while your property values will stay high.

Let’s continue to protect and improve our community’s schools. Please join public safety personnel, educators, parents, and your neighborhood and elected leaders in voting YES on the Maintenance & Operations (M&O) Override.

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ESSENTIAL NEEDS
FOR OUR SCHOOLS

A YES VOTE RENEWS FUNDING TO SUPPORT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL AND HOME VALUE!

WHAT DOES A YES VOTE MEAN FOR OUR SCHOOLS?​
  • Maintain appropriate classroom sizes so students can access more support if they need it

  • Maintain full-day classes & full-day kindergarten

  • Continue world-class music, arts, and co-curricular courses

  • Retain and attract great teachers by protecting their salaries

  • Support classroom technology that prepares students for success in college and careers

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THE VOTE YES! SUSD MISSION

We believe in supporting our schools and providing the highest quality education for our students. Voting YES! on the district overrides is essential for the continued success of our schools and the future of our community.

Join us in our mission to support our schools and provide the best education for our students. Together, we can build a brighter future for our community.

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LOOK FOR YOUR MAIL-IN BALLOT!

Voted ballots must be returned in the original affidavit envelope, signed by the voter, and received by the Recorder's Office no later than 7 p.m. on November 7. ​
 

  • Return your ballot in the mail no later than October 31. Postmarks do not count!

  • Drop your ballot off at any voting location or ballot drop box no later than 7 p.m. on November 7 

  • Lost your ballot? Call (602) 506-1511 no later than 5 p.m. on October 27 to get a new ballot by mail. 

  • Visit any voting location no later than 7 p.m. on November 7 to cast a ballot in person. Find locations and hours at Locations.Maricopa.Vote

  • Visit BeBallotReady.Vote or text 'JOIN' to 628-683 to track your ballot and verify that it was received and counted.

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