Arizona Revised Statutes Enabling Act Sec. 22

Sec. 22. That when said constitution and such provisions thereof as have been separately submitted shall have been duly ratified by the people of Arizona, as aforesaid, a certified copy of the same shall be submitted to the President of the United States and to Congress for approval, together with the statement of the votes cast thereon and upon any provisions thereof which were separately submitted to and voted upon by the people.  And if Congress and the President approve said constitution and the said separate provisions thereof, if any, or if the President approves the same and Congress fails to disapprove the same during the next regular session thereof, then and in that event the President shall certify said facts to the governor of Arizona, who shall, within thirty days after the receipt of said notification from the President of the United States, issue his proclamation for the election of the state and county officers, the members of the state legislature, and Representative in Congress, and all other officers provided for in said Constitution, all as hereinafter provided;  said election to take place not earlier than sixty days nor later than ninety days after said proclamation by the governor of Arizona ordering the same.

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