Save Our Schools Arizona, the referendum on ending the expansion of charter schools in the state, successfully fought two court challenges claiming inaccurate information on its ballot petitions.

Joe Kanefield, a partner at Ballard Spahr and a former Arizona elections director, joined The Show to talk about the words used to describe ballot measures.

"The courts have told us that that language is pretty significant," said Kanefield. "If there's language in that [petition's] description that's confusing or misleading, then that's going to invalidate those petitions."

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