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Arizonia Political Sign Statues

33‑1261. Flag display; for sale rent or lease signs; political signs and activities; applicability (Arizona Condo Act):

E. Notwithstanding any provision in the condominium documents, an association shall not prohibit the indoor or outdoor display of a political sign by a unit owner by placement of a sign on that unit owner's property, including any limited common elements for that unit that are doors, walls, patios or other limited common elements that touch the unit, other than the roof.  An association may prohibit the display of political signs earlier than seventy-one days before the day of an election and later than three days after an election day.  An association may regulate the size and number of political signs that may be placed in the common element ground, on a unit owner's property or on a limited common element for that unit if the association's regulation is no more restrictive than any applicable city, town or county ordinance that regulates the size and number of political signs on residential property.  If the city, town or county in which the property is located does not regulate the size and number of political signs, the association shall not limit the number of political signs on residential property, except that the maximum aggregate total dimensions of all political signs on a unit owner's property shall not exceed nine square feet.  An association shall not make any regulations regarding the number of candidates supported, the number of public officers supported or opposed in a recall or the number of propositions supported or opposed on a political sign.  For the purposes of this subsection, “political sign" means a sign that attempts to influence the outcome of an election, including supporting or opposing the recall of a public officer or supporting or opposing the circulation of a petition for a ballot measure, question or proposition or the recall of a public officer.

F. An association shall not require political signs to be commercially produced or professionally manufactured or prohibit the utilization of both sides of a political sign.

33-1808.  Flag display; political signs; caution signs; for sale, rent or lease signs; political activities (Arizona Planned Communities Act):

C. Notwithstanding any provision in the community documents, an association shall not prohibit the indoor or outdoor display of a political sign by an association member on that member's property, except that an association may prohibit the display of political signs earlier than seventy-one days before the day of an election and later than three days after an election day. An association may regulate the size and number of political signs that may be placed on a member's property if the association's regulation conforms to than any applicable city, town or county ordinance that regulates the size and number of political signs on residential property. If the city, town or county in which the property is located does not regulate the size and number of political signs on residential property, the association shall not limit the number of political signs, except that the maximum aggregate total dimensions of all political signs on a member's property shall not exceed nine square feet. This subsection applies only to a commercially produced sign and an association may prohibit the use of signs that are not commercially produced. For the purposes of this subsection, "political sign" means a sign that attempts to influence the outcome of an election, including supporting or opposing the recall of a public officer or supporting or opposing the circulation of a petition for a ballot measure, question or proposition or the recall of a public officer.