Arizona Voters Approve In-State Tuition For Non-Citizens

Non-citizens must attend Arizona high school for two years and successfully graduate to be eligible.

  • Arizona voters approved Proposition 308 on Election Day, a measure that provides in-state college tuition prices to non-citizen students who meet the state’s criteria.
  • The proposition is part of a controversial election in Arizona between Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Republican candidate Kari Lake, with Hobbs projected to win according to many outlets. A close Senate race also ended with Democrat Mark Kelly projected to win reelection over Republican challenger Blake Masters.
  • The state’s gubernatorial election will likely undergo a recount.
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