ASU hosts debates on Propositions 204, 121 in Tempe, Mesa

Learn more about the pros and cons of two significant propositions on this year’s Arizona ballot. Several debates between a supporter and an opponent of Propositions 204 and 121 will be held at Arizona State University’s Tempe and Mesa campuses next week.

Oct. 22
Prop 204 – Quality Education and Jobs
6-7:30 p.m., MU Alumni Room (room 202), Tempe campus
Ann-Eve Pedersen, chair, Quality Education and Jobs Committee and President, Arizona Education Parent Network; Glenn Hamer, President and CEO, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry; moderated by Leezie Kim, partners, Quarles and Brady

Oct. 23
Prop 204 – Quality Education and Jobs

6-7:30 p.m., Cooley Ballroom, Polytechnic campus
Ann-Eve Pedersen, Chair, Quality Education and Jobs Committee and president, Arizona Education Parent Network;
Doug Ducey, Arizona state treasurer, chair of Vote No on 204; moderator TBD

Oct. 25
Prop 121 – Open Elections/Open Government

6-7:30 p.m., MU Mohave Room (room 236) Tempe campus
Paul Johnson, chair, Arizona Open Government Coalition, former City of Phoenix mayor; Bill Montgomery, Maricopa County Attorney; moderated by Jennifer Holsman Tetreault, legal counsel, Rural/Metro Corporation.

The debates are free and open to the public.

For the Tempe campus debates, park in the visitor lot north of Apache Boulevard. Walk north to the Memorial Union (MU). Both rooms are located on the second floor. See the Tempe campus interactive map for more information on getting to ASU Tempe:

For the Polytechnic campus debate, parking is available in Lot 10. For directions to ASU’s Polytechnic campus, visit The Cooley Ballroom is in the building titled “UNION.”