Campaign Forms & Information



A person (defined in ARS §16-901) that makes an expenditure for an advertisement or fundraising solicitation, other than an individual, shall include the following disclosure in the advertisement or solicitation:

1. The words “paid for by” followed by the name of the person making the expenditure for the advertisement or fundraising solicitation.
2. Whether the expenditure was authorized by any candidate, followed by the identity of the authorizing candidate if any. If a disclosure contains any acronym or nickname that is not commonly known, the disclosure shall also spell out the acronym or provide the full name.

If the advertisement is:
1. Broadcast on radio, the disclosure shall be clearly spoken at the beginning or end of the advertisement.
2. Delivered by hand or mail or electronically, the disclosure shall be clearly readable.
3. Displayed on a sign or billboard, the disclosure shall be displayed in a height that is at least four percent of the vertical height of the sign or billboard.
4. Broadcast on television or in a video or film, both of the following requirements apply:
(a) The disclosure shall be both written and spoken at the beginning or end of the advertisement, except that if the written disclosure statement is displayed for the greater of at least one-sixth of the broadcast duration or four seconds, a spoken disclosure statement is not required.
(b) The written disclosure statement shall be printed in letters that are displayed in a height that is at least four percent of the vertical picture height.

This disclosure requirement exempts:
1. Social media messages, text messages, or messages sent by a short message service.
2. Advertisements placed as a paid link on a website, if the message is not more than 200 characters in length and the link directs the user to another website that complies with the disclosure requirement.
3. Advertisements that are placed as a graphic or picture link, if the disclosures cannot be conveniently printed due to the size of the graphic or picture and the link directs the user to another website that complies with the disclosures requirements.
4. Bumper stickers, pins, buttons, pens and similar small items on which the required statements cannot be conveniently printed.
5. A solicitation of contributions by a separate segregated fund.
6. A communication by a tax-exempt organization solely to its members.
7. A published book or a documentary film or video.

SIGNAGE (Resolution No. 816; Town Code Article 13-23)

Campaign signs may not be placed in any public right-of-way within the Town of Prescott Valley or in the Commercial Tourism Zones (depicted on the maps linked below). All signs must adhere to the general provisions set forth in Town Code Section 13-23-030 and comply with the standards described in Article 13-23 “Sign Regulations” for each zoning district where the signs will be located.


Candidates running for office in Arizona are able to collect 100% of their required nomination petitions signatures online! E-Qual enables eligible voters to electronically sign these petitions. The portal creates a candidate profile with website links to be shared on social media for greater outreach to voters. For candidates that still wish to gather signatures on paper, the system enables a candidate to electronically design a nomination petition that may be printed for in-person circulation. Please call the Town Clerk’s Office at 928-759-3028 to schedule an appointment to meet with the Town Clerk and pick up the Candidate Packet. Remember, aspiring candidates for office must file a Statement of Interest with the Town Clerk before the candidate begins collecting petition signatures. (A.R.S.) 16-311(H).