Arizona Revised Statutes § 48-2309 Qualifications Of Electors

48-2309. Qualifications of electors

A. No person shall be entitled to vote at any election held under the provisions of this chapter unless the person is a qualified district elector. In this chapter, a qualified district elector is a person who is otherwise qualified to vote for state officers under the general election laws of this state and who is either of the following:

1. The owner of record of qualified real property.

2. The trust voter for a qualified trust that is the owner of record of qualified real property.

B. The owner of record is the owner of the real property on the one hundredth day before the election as shown on the records of the county recorder's office. Qualified real property is real property that is located within the boundaries of the district and that has been assessed for property taxes as shown on the property tax roll next preceding the date of the election.

C. A qualified trust is a trust that is formed primarily in furtherance of a person's estate planning and to accomplish a testamentary or inter vivos disposition of assets to the person's family members or to a charitable organization.

D. A trust voter is a person who is both of the following:

1. Appointed by the trustee or trustees to vote on behalf of the qualified real property that is owned by the qualified trust.

2. For whose estate planning the qualified trust was formed, or who is a beneficiary of the trust and who is related by consanguinity or affinity to no more than the fourth degree to the person for whose estate planning the trust was formed.

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