Talk about change in politics for 2018, Phoenix-area cities would be gearing up for change as local elections are set to happen in August. Run-off elections, if necessary, will be held in November. The election for governor will be held on November 6, 2018, and the final deadline for filing has already over, which was May 30, 2018. Poll times will be between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Here are some quick facts.
1.Doug Ducey (R), who is the 23rd and current governor of Arizona, had launched his campaign way back in Auguest 2017 for his re-election. Arizona people might want a change, since this state has been a strong hold of Republican, who have held the office since 2009. For the uninitiated, the state is a Republican triplex currently.
2.Arizona will be one of the 36 states in the US to hold an election in 2018 for the governor. This year, 16 Democratic governors, 2 independent governors, and 33 Republican governors will be heading into the election.
3.As an independent governor, Christian R. Komor will vouching for climate change, something that he has been focused on since the longest time. He is also the author of the much famed book - "Climate Deadline 2035", and he is focusing carbon capture technology by-products, which will remove carbon from atmosphere.
Arizona elections, 2018 is expected to be a confusing one. In 2014, then-State Treasurer Ducey had defeated Democrat Fred Duval by a small margin. While many have their bets on Ducey, he has lost considerable support since then as his election as the governor. It must be also noted that demographics are changing as far as voters are concerned. It is evident that the people of Arizona may have an inclination towards a Democratic or even an independent governor for this time. It should be noted that Democratic voter registration has been increasing, and the ranks of some of the independent voters, such as Christian R. Komor, has increased. It should be noted that there are around 1.2 million Independent voters, same as Republicans and more than Democrats.
Will Arizona vote for change? Independents like Christian R. Komor have pledged for better administration, but also for climate change, removing carbon from the environment and other relevant aspects. Climate change is a major concern globally, but focusing at a state level, Christian R. Komor may just have an edge.
Komor for Arizona State Governor
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