Nov 06, 2018
Apr 30, 2018 - May 30, 2018
The Governor of Arizona is the head of the executive branch of government and the highest state office in Arizona. The governor serves a four year term and is limited to serving two consecutive terms in office. The governor's main duties are to enforce state laws, submit state budgets to the Arizona legislature, leading the state's National Guard, selecting people to serve as political appointees, and approving or vetoing laws from the Arizona State Legislature. The governor also has the authority to grant pardons and communicate sentences. To run for governor the candidate must be a resident of Arizona for the preceding five years (and a US citizen for ten years), at least 25 years old, and a qualified voter.
Submit application to:
Office of the Secretary of State, Elections Division, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007, US