The Maricopa County Recorder has a list of candidates who have submitted petitions for non-partisan races on November's ballot, and I'll cover that at a later date (15 candidates and counting for the 5 seats on the Board of Directors of the Central Arizona Project!)
The Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools has a list of 177 candidates for spots on the various school boards across the county. There are a few familiar names on the list.
- Clark Silver, one of four candidates for the Agua Fria Union High School District, is mounting a primary challenge to Republican State Senator John Nelson in LD12, on the platform that Nelson isn't conservative enough.
- Lydia Hernandez, a member of the Cartwright Elementary District board running for re-election, was briefly a candidate for the Democratic nomination for state representative in LD13.
- Steve Gallardo, a candidate for Cartwright Elementary, is also the Democratic candidate (FYI - he's the only candidate) for LD13 state senate. (He's also a former legislator.)
- Venessa Whitener, a candidate for re-election to the Higley Unified board, is also a candidate for the Republican nomination for state representative in LD21.
- Sue Dolphin, a candidate for the Nadaburg School District board, is also a candidate for the Democratic nomination for state senate from LD4.
- Martin Quezada, a candidate for the board in the Pendergast Elementary District, is a Democratic candidate for the House seat from LD13.
- Dr. George B. Brooks Jr. is a candidate for Ward 2 of the Phoenix Union High School District. In 2006, he was a candidate for the CAP Board of Directors (aka - CAWCD).
- Laura Pastor, a candidate for Ward 4 of the Phoenix Union High School District, is the daughter of Congressman Ed Pastor and a former candidate for Phoenix City Council.
- Jim Munoz Jr., a candidate for re-election to the Roosevelt Elementary board, is one of six Democratic candidates for state representative from LD16.
- Victor Contreras, also a candidate for the Roosevelt Elementary board, is a Democratic candidate for the state senate in LD16.
- David Schapira, a candidate for the Tempe Union High School District, is a Democratic state rep from LD17 and is running for the senate seat from LD17.
- Dave Wells, also a candidate for the Tempe Union board, is the husband of Rochelle Wells, a member of the Tempe Elementary board. Dave Wells is a frequent contributor to the Arizona Republic and is the driving force behind the blog "Make Democracy Work".