Chairperson: Lisa Kanarish (lkanarish@scottsdaleparentcouncil.org)
District Contact: Michelle Marshall, General Counsel or Jeff Gad, Interim CFO
Committee type: Liaison/Study Committee

The Legislative Committee serves as a resource regarding legislative issues so that SPC members can be more effective advocates for our children and for public education. Our mission is to educate our members about advocacy opportunities within our own local schools and beyond our district boundaries. Legislative Committee members learn about district, county, and state ballot measures, candidates, and bills that impact education. We participate in legislative training for parents and we network with parents in other school districts and with our representatives in the Arizona State Legislature. In keeping with our 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, we share this information with SPC members in a balanced and neutral manner.

Voter Information

Scottsdale Parent Council is happy to provide information about voting and issues that affect the quality of education for our children.  We do not endorse candidates, but will make information available on issues related to education.

BASIC INFO ABOUT VOTING
Get information about voting, including early voting, election results, polling locations, and voter registration from the Maricopa County Recorder’s office.  

Register to vote online thru the Motor Vehicles Department in either English or Spanish (see link at right).

Voters who are not affiliated with any political party (Independent) and who are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) will NOT automatically receive a ballot for a Partisan Primary Election.  They must request the political party ballot they wish to receive – REP, DEM, GRN, AEL or City/Town Only ballot, when applicable. Look for a postcard in the mail that allows you to select the ballot you want to receive for an upcoming election. For questions, call 602-506-1511. NOTE: Independent voters must change their voter registration to reflect a political party in order to participate in the Presidential Primary Election (PPE).

Early Ballots Requests can be made:
 – by phone 602-506-1511
 – or online HERE

Election Day Voters
Voters who are not affiliated with any political party (Independent) who choose to vote at the polls will make their party ballot selection on Election Day.