Proposition 105 Makes Election Unfair and is an Attack on the Act of Voting.
Prop 105 encourages, and even rewards, voter apathy. Our state constitution exists to protect the important fundamental rights of our citizens, but the so-called "Majority Rules" amendment will use Arizona's Constitution to diminish our right to vote. That's not just unfair. It's plain wrong! This "if you don't vote, I'll vote NO for you" scheme is a serious infringement of our voting rights and here's how:
- Prop 105 says that those people who don't bother to get off their couch to vote get counted as automatic NO votes.
- If you choose to exercise your right NOT to vote, Prop 105 will automatically choose a NO vote for you.
- The recently deceased would be counted as a NO vote if Prop 105 passed.
- If Prop 105 was already in place, a number of initiatives that passed overwhelmingly in previous years would not have become law.
- Prop 105 isn't about taxes or your money. It attacks the act of voting
The Prop 105 amendment will apply to initiatives on both a statewide level and local level. If Prop 105 were already in place, a number of programs vital to our state that passed in previous years with overwhelming voter support would not have become law.