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Rule 2. Comply with the Law
Members will comply with the laws of the nation, the State of Arizona, and the City of Surprise in the performance of their public duties. These laws include, but are not limited to: the Federal and State constitutions; laws pertaining to conflicts of interest, election campaigns, financial disclosures, anti-discrimination, confidentiality/non-disclosure laws, and open meeting; City ordinances; and City and City Council policies.

Voter Registration for the General Election closed on October 7, 2013 @ 5:00 p.m. Skip Hall elected

Councilman Skip Hall ———2014—2015—2016—2017 It appears that Skip served a 5 year term, that included 2018.

No surprise

Are all city websites as bad as the one we have in Surprise ?

I wonder if our Candidates for office are encouraged to read the Arizona State Constitution, the Arizona Revised Statutes and what we have on the books for the City of Surprise, I doubt it.

It’s no surprise

Go on the city’s website for
candidates for district 5
This is what you get : Oops an error occurred. Please try again later .

Go on googles website and ask what candidates there are for district 5 , you get this
CANDIDATES DISTRICT 5

JOE JOHNSON

MIKE WOODARD

BRIAN LAMEIRA

That there are term limits for an elected executive position in AZ ?All elected officials hold a term of four years, and are limited to two consecutive terms (except the office of the State Mine Inspector, which is limited to 4 terms).

surprise

Are City Council members considered employees?Current case law has made it clear that elected public officials are classified as employees since they are subject to a degree of control that is characteristic of an employer-employee relationship. Elected officials are considered responsible to the public, which has the power to vote them out of office.Sep 25, 2017 .

In Arizona the term for elected office, is for four years. The Council can call a special election to present bond issues to local residents. The term is for four years. There are 91 incorporated municipal governments (cities and towns) in Arizona.

When I was on the city council I told them that they should work on up dating the website , because it was and is still bad .

arizona

11th hour attempts to change election laws undermine voter confidence
Uncertainty again looms over Arizona’s upcoming election, as liberal officials and progressive activists chase last-minute changes to our well-established voting practices. http://insurprisetoday.com

As of June 28th there has been 1,588 deaths in Arizona.

Council vote

COUNCILMAN ROLAND WINTERS

JULY 2, 2020EDIT

THESE 2 ARTICLES TAKEN OFF OF THE CITY’S WEBSITE;

http://SURPRISEAZNEWS.COM :Roland Winters Jr. was elected to District 1 ( Acacia ) on August 27, 2013 and is serving a 5 year term which began January 1 , 2014.

Winters was first elected to City Council in 2013 to serve a four-year term beginning January 2014. He was re-elected in 2018 and began his new four-year term this month.

Councilmember District 1 – Acacia
CandidateBallotsPercentage
Ted Cimino
704
39.89%
Roland Winters Jr.
 1,03558.64%
Write-In Candidate
 261.47%
Councilmember District 5 – Palm
CandidateBallotsPercentage
Skip Hall1,520
73.86%
Cammie Marceaux532
25.85%
Write-In Candidate
6
0.29%
Councilmember District 6 – Palo Verde
CandidateBallotsPercentage
Randy Miller
356
25.27%
Lou Provenzano
334
23.70%
Todd Tande
70950.32%
Write-In Candidate
 100.71%

Primary Election 2016 official results, as posted by the Maricopa County Elections Department:

Mayor – City of Surprise

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Sharon Wolcott16,25396.73%
Write-In Candidate5493.27%

Councilmember District 2 Cottonwood

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Jim Biundo2,66742.43%
Jim Hayden3,60057.27%
Write-In Candidate19

Councilmember District 3 Mesquite

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Gisele Norberg97443.64%
John Williams1,24955.96%
Write-In Candidate90.40%

Councilmember District 4 Mulberry

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Ken Remley1,13656.04%
Rachel Villanueva88243.51
Write-In Candidate90.44

2017 Campaign Committees


Campaign Finance Reports


Committee to Elect Sharon Wolcott for Mayor

Committee to Elect Jim Hayden for District 2

Committee to Elect Skip Hall for District 5

2018 Primary Election Results

Primary Election 2018 Official results, as posted by the Maricopa County Elections Department:

Resolution 2018-131 Results 2018 Primary Election : held on August 28, 2018

Councilmember District 1 (Acacia)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
James Cunningham1,23738%
Raymond Grim85426%
Roland F. Winters Jr.1,18936%

Councilmember District 2 (Cottonwood)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Alyson “Aly” Cline1,59023%
Wendell V. Fountain1,79926%
Nancy Hayden3,40650%

Councilmember District 3 (Mesquite)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Patrick Duffy1,57850%
Gisele Norberg           1,56750%

Councilmember District 5 (Palm)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Skip Hall2,07973%
Leo Mankiewicz          77527%

Councilmember District 6 (Palo)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Eric Cultum37813%
Chris Judd1,55554%
Todd Tande                 95733%

2018 General Election Results

General Election 2018 Unofficial results, as posted by the Maricopa County Elections Department:

Councilmember District 1 (Acacia)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
James Cunningham2,58644%
Roland F. Winters Jr.3,148
54%

fire works

Celebrate 4th of July With These Safety Tips In lieu of the city’s fireworks show, some residents may choose to celebrate with their own fireworks. The Surprise Fire-Medical Department encourages residents to be careful while using legal fireworks. Residents should be considerate of their neighbors, animals and flammable desert spaces and supervise children near fireworks. The majority of injuries that occur on July 4th are caused by misuse of consumer fireworks or by those consumer fireworks that prematurely detonate. For more safety tips, check with the city of surprise.

councilman roland winters

THESE 2 ARTICLES TAKEN OFF OF THE CITY’S WEBSITE;

http://SURPRISEAZNEWS.COM :Roland Winters Jr. was elected to District 1 ( Acacia ) on August 27, 2013 and is serving a 5 year term which began January 1 , 2014.

Winters was first elected to City Council in 2013 to serve a four-year term beginning January 2014. He was re-elected in 2018 and began his new four-year term this month.