On Tuesday we all have a responsibility - one paid for by blood with honor - we must vote. Whom you cast your ballot for is not nearly so important as exercising your right to vote.
Before going to the polls, check your sample ballot, make sure the information is correct and verify it with the Gila County Recorder.
The sample ballot is a tool to be used to make informed decisions. Combine it with the material available in the Clean Elections brochure, fliers you have been getting in the mail, and the information provided on this website using the links provided below.
The Roundup's "Decision 2004" includes brief information about the candidates in contested local, county and state races that will be on the Nov. 2 ballot.
No matter whom or what you vote for, please vote.
Running for Gila County Supervisor, District 1
Martin wants county to be more responsive
Whitely running due to dissatisfaction
Running for Gila County Sheriff
Incumbent sheriff says he's kept promises
Pound wants to build agency relationships
Running for Gila County School Superintendent
Bittner: Superintendent knows value of education
O'Dell wants change in superintendent's office
Running for Constable
Brewer says he's most qualified for constable
Freeman brings people skills to constable's post
Running for Gila County Supervisor, District 3
Dawson offers spirit of service, discussion
Fogle brings police background to race
Running for State Senate, District 5
Flake wants to change jobs, shape future
Udall promises to raise Arizona rankings
Running for State House, District 5
Three in race for State House seats
Running for Arizona Corporation Commission
Corporation commission races have variety
Running for U.S. House of Representatives
Babbitt commits to small-town Arizona
Crockett: Libertarian will push for less government
Renzi believes much more needs to be done
Running for U.S. Senate
U.S. Senate race pits star and unknowns
Many candidates uncontested in coming election
Running for Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District
Pine, Strawberry residents to select new leaders for water improvement district