Unclear still how many millions of dollars APS will be looking for in a bond issue election planned for February 2, 2016. A search of APS' award winning website produces five year old information, link.
Their preference and practice is to conduct the elections in relative secret; informing mostly those they think will vote yes.
Their public relations campaign is well on its way, link;
This year’s 13-month calendar features photographs of APS students and teachers in schools that have been built or renovated with funding approved by taxpayers in school improvement elections. The next election is Feb. 2, 2016.For its part, the Journal preference and practice has been to not investigate and report upon the ethics and accountability scandal in the leadership of the APS. It has been apparently not newsworthy, even in the face of elections over hundreds of millions of dollars worth of bond issues, and will likely continue to be so.