Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) announced on Tuesday that she has garnered nearly 2,000 signatures “to get on the ballot for State Senate” for her re-election bid in the Grand Canyon State’s 7th Legislative District.
Candidates are required to file nomination petitions that contain a minimum number of signatures from eligible voters. Each office requires a specific amount of signatures to qualify for the ballot. Official signature requirements are available on the Secretary of State’s website, according to AZ Clean Elections.
“Just turned in 1,981 signatures today to get on the ballot for State Senate in #LD7. I think that is over 5 times the amount required,” Senator Wendy Rogers made known on Tuesday.
Arizona’s 7th Legislative District covers Coconino, Navajo, Pinal, and Gila counties. The district has an overall population of 240,214.
“Thank you to everyone who worked to get this done. You are the best grassroots patriots in the world. Couldn’t have done it without you. #MAGA” Senator Rogers also expressed.
Arizona’s primary will occur on August 2, 2022. The general election will occur on November 8. 2022.
(Media Right News) Wendy Rogers Reports Turning in Nearly 2,000 Signatures to Get on the Ballot in Her Re-Election Bid: ‘Over Five Times the Amount Required’
“Donald Trump-endorsed Arizona GOP State Sen Wendy Rogers today reported in a tweet that she totaled nearly 2,000 signatures turned in to get on the ballot in her re-election bid. Rogers declared in the tweet, ‘Just turned in 1,981 signatures today to get on the ballot for State Senate in #LD7.’ ‘I think that is over 5 times the amount required. Thank you to everyone who worked to get this done,’ Rogers explained.”