Frequently Asked Questions

When is Election Day?


August 4, 2020.




Where can I find out more about the issues?


Please check out the “Issues Page” on this Website, candidate forums, Ginny for Mayor on Facebook and other social media and the Q/A series published by the Times and as appears on our “Home Page.




Does being a Republican, Democrat or Independent make any difference in this election?


No. FH municipal elections are non-partisan. Ginny has a proven record of working with elected leaders from all parties. That’s what can make our Town government special.




Are there other ballot issues I need to vote on?


There will be many issues on the August ballot, including Town Council, national, statewide, and legislative races. When you get your sample ballot and information brochure in the mail ahead of the election, you’ll be able to see each of those ballot issues. The Fountain Hills Mayor race will not be the first issue on the ballot. You’ll have to look for it!




How can I volunteer?


You can volunteer for Ginny's campaign after January 1, 2020. Stay tuned to this website for more information.




How can I donate?


The Campaign is no longer accepting donations. Thanks to those of you that have already contributed




What is the latest about mail-in voting and/or how I can vote?


Final mail-in early voting instructions are not currently available from the County. Stay tuned to this website for updated information when it becomes available.




What are some other important election cycle dates?


  • April 6, 2020 Deadline to submit nomination petition signatures
  • July 6, 2020 Last day to register for Arizona Primary Election (APE)
  • July 8. 2020 Early voting begins / APE ballots mailed
  • July 29. 2020 Recommended last day to mail back APE ballot so it arrives in time to be counted
  • August 4, 2020 FH Municipal Elections




Where and when can I sign a nomination petition form for Ginny?


Nomination petitions have been completed and submitted. Thanks to all that signed!





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