January 9, 2018 | phoenixnewtimes.com — A potential clean-energy initiative might energize the ballot box for Arizonans this November.

As rumors of a potential clean-energy initiative swirl, the head of the campaign firm behind the successful minimum-wage election in 2016 said he’s indeed working on a planned measure for this November.

“Renewable energy is now cheaper than conventional,” said Bill Scheel, founding partner for Javelina. “[This] will save us money.”

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