What We Know So Far
This page will be updated at as new ads are reported
All ads in our database were reported to us by ODM Posse Members. If you have an ad that has not yet been reported, please go to REPORT AN AD.
Determining whether ads are “dirty” or not is a complicated process. Please go to THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY for information about the nuances of determining if an ad is “dirty” or not.
Here is what we know so far – click on the links:
PROP 125 Public Retirement Systems – no ads reported yet
PROP 126 Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act
PROP 127 Renewable Energy
PROP 305 School Vouchers (“Empowerment Scholarships”)
PROP 306 Citizens Clean Elections Act – no ads reported yet
Governor – no ads reported yet
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs
Treasurer – no ads reported yet
Attorney General – no ads reported yet
Corporation Commission – no ads reported yet
Superintendent of Public Instruction – no ads reported yet
State Mine Inspector – no ads reported yet
LD 3 House Alma Hernandez
In addition to these Arizona races, which are overseen by the Arizona Secretary of State, several people have submitted distasteful ads for candidates for the US Senate and House. These races are overseen by the Federal Elections Commission. On September 21, 2018, the Supreme Court refused to stay a decision by a lower federal court that ruled ALL contributors to ALL federal election efforts must be reported. So technically, there will be NO dirty money in Federal races this fall. Nevertheless, we have researched some of these egregious ads so you can know who is trying to influence your vote.
US House CD2 – Kirkpatrick