This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

Although there are other important races for Congressional seats, Supreme Court Justices, etc., the Arizona State Legislature is one of the most important levers we have to support strong schools and a strong economy. No matter what local legislative district you live in (click HERE to find out) our list of Stand-endorsed, pro-education candidates highlights leaders that will support strong schools and a strong economy in Arizona. 

LD 2

VOTE for Judy SCHWIEBERT for State Senate

VOTE for Jeanne CASTEEN for State House

LD 4

VOTE for Christine MARSH for State Senate

VOTE for Laura TERECH for State House

LD 5

VOTE for Lela ALSTON for State Senate

VOTE for Jennifer LONGDON for State House

LD 6

VOTE for Myron TSOSIE for State House

LD 7

VOTE for Kyle NITSCHKE for State Senate

LD 8

VOTE for Melody HERNANDEZ for State House

LD 9

VOTE for Eva BURCH for State Senate

VOTE for Lorena AUSTIN for State House

VOTE for Seth BLATTMAN for State House

LD 11

VOTE for Marcelino QUIÑONEZ for State House

VOTE for Oscar De Los SANTOS for State House

LD 12

VOTE for Mitzi EPSTEIN for State Senate

LD 13

VOTE for Cindy HANS for State Senate

VOTE for Jennifer PAWLIK for State House

LD 14

VOTE for Brandy REESE for State House

LD 16

VOTE for Taylor KERBY for State Senate

VOTE for Keith SEAMAN for State House

LD 17

VOTE for Mike NICKERSON for State Senate

VOTE for Dana ALLMOND for State House

VOTE for Brian RADFORD for State House

LD 18

VOTE for Nancy GUTIERREZ for State House

VOTE for Chris MATHIS for State House

LD 19

VOTE for Sanda CLARK for State House

LD 20

VOTE for Sally GONZALES for State Senate

VOTE for Andres CANO for State House

VOTE for Alma HERNANDEZ for State House

LD 21

VOTE for Rosanna GABALDON for State Senate

VOTE for Consuelo HERNANDEZ for State House

LD 22

VOTE for Dr. Eva DIAZ for State Senate (WRITE-IN)

VOTE for Lupe Contreras CHAVIRA for State House

LD 23

VOTE for Brian FERNANDEZ for State Senate

LD 24

VOTE for Anna HERNANDEZ for State Senate

VOTE for Analise ORTIZE for State House

VOTE for Lydia HERNANDEZ for State House

LD 27

VOTE for Brittani BARRAZA for State Senate

LD 29

VOTE for Scott PODEYN for State House

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD27 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 27

VOTE for Brittani BARRAZA for State Senate 

What makes them an education champion? 

Brittani’s fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy. She’ll support strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. Brittani Barraza will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD22 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 22

This race is particularly important for us as Dr. Eva Diaz comes to us as a write-in candidate. This means her name will not appear on the ballot and our LD22 voters will need to write her name in if we hope to win this seat. 

VOTE for Dr. Eva DIAZ for State Senate (WRITE-IN)  

As a mom of children who attend public school, she’s personally experienced the challenges that our local public schools face. She wants to respect teachers and provide the world class education all our kids deserve and require to succeed in a competitive global economy. She is fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD17 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 17

VOTE for Mike NICKERSON for State Senate 

Mike is fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy.

VOTE for Dana ALLMOND for State House 

Dana supports strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. She will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

VOTE for Brian RADFORD for State House  

Brian will protect public schools and repeal all efforts to expand ESA / vouchers that usually go to wealthy students so they can attend private and religious schools with no taxpayer accountability. Vouchers drain funding from Arizona’s already chronically underfunded schools and give that funding to unaccountable private operators. We should be working to improve the lives of ALL Arizona students.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD16 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 16

VOTE for Taylor Kerby for State Senate 

He plans to work hard to return the investment owed to public schools in Arizona. Taylor has a vision to speed up progress on deferred maintenance, neglected classrooms, and to invest in our families and student career opportunities. Taylor is fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy.

VOTE for Keith Seaman for State House 

Keith has experienced Arizona education as a parent, teacher, administrator, and school board member and through this, knows intimately the challenges our schools face without adequate funding and resources. He’ll vote to increase funding for public schools and knows we need to do more work to be able to attract the best and brightest teachers so our students can succeed. He supports strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. Keith Seaman will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD9 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 9

VOTE for Eva Burch for State Senate 

With an extensive background in healthcare and working with families in Arizona, Eva understands how important access to quality education is to build a better Arizona.  Eva Burch is fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy

VOTE for Lorena Austin for State House 

As a 5th generation Arizonan, Lorena knows the importance of family and supporting neighborhoods. She will prioritize supporting our schools and delivering quality education to our kids through legislation. She supports strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. Lorena Austin will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

VOTE for Seth Blattman for State House 

Seth will work to empower our youth by fully funding public education. He knows the prosperity of Arizona depends on the success of and opportunity for our students. He will protect public schools and repeal all efforts to expand ESA / vouchers that usually go to wealthy students so they can attend private and religious schools with no taxpayer accountability. Vouchers drain funding from Arizona’s already chronically underfunded schools and give that funding to unaccountable private operators. We should be working to improve the lives of ALL Arizona students.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD4 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 4

VOTE for Christine Marsh for State Senate  

Not only was she AZ’s 2016 Teacher of the Year, but she also knows education is the foundation for our future, and she’ll work to fix the system and improve our economy! She’s fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy.

VOTE for Laura Terech for State House 

She spent most of her career as an elementary school teacher in Phoenix and will fight to change the state of education and protect our students. She supports strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. Laura Terech will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW

Our kids are counting on us to vote!

This year more than ever, your vote will make the difference on critical issues for Arizona’s students.  

LD2 VOTER GUIDE

The majority of state legislators continue to play games with education funding – balking at the promised restoration of $1 billion for schools, and expanding state funding for private and religious schools to ALL private and religious school students. The current leadership has failed Arizona’s students, but we can change that by voting for candidates who have a proven track record of fighting for school funding that supports ALL Arizona students. 

Early voting starts October 12! 

OCTOBER 11: Last Day to Register to Vote in Arizona

Check your registration status now

ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

LD 2

VOTE for Judy Schwiebert for State House 

Judy’s an experienced educator who knows how important teacher pay is to ensure a quality education for our kids. Let’s re-elect her to give ALL kids a fair shot in Arizona. She’s fed up with extremist politicians in our state who refuse to restore funding for schools so we now have the lowest paid teachers and the largest class sizes in the country. We need to work swiftly to strengthen our schools and our economy.

VOTE for Jeanne Casteen for State House  

Jeanne’s a former teacher and school board president that’s always prioritized an educational approach that supports every child. She’ll fight for our community’s kids. She supports strong schools and a strong economy. Extremists in the state legislature have cut education funding by $1 billion and consistently block and ignore the will of the voters to fund our schools. As a result, we now have the lowest paid teachers and largest class sizes in the nation. Jeanne Casteen will fight to restore the education funding that the current extremist legislature has blocked.

FEDERAL ELECTIONS

U.S. Senate

VOTE for Mark KELLY

https://www.kelly.senate.gov/

STATE ELECTIONS

Governor

VOTE for Katie HOBBS

https://katiehobbs.org/

Secretary of State

VOTE for Adrian FONTES

https://electfontes.com/

Attorney General

VOTE for Kris MAYES

https://krismayes.com/

Superintendent of Public Instruction

VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN

https://www.electkathyhoffman.com/

Treasurer

VOTE for Martín QUEZADA

https://www.martinquezada.com/

BALLOT MEASURES

Arizona’s state legislature voted to send key issues to the voters this year – most of which limit voter access to ballots by restricting the citizens’ initiative process, increasing the hoops voters have to jump through in order to vote, etc. One measure, however, would remove a heinous restriction on some Arizona high school students – known as Dreamers – preventing them from accessing in-state tuition at Arizona’s public colleges and universities. We urge you to vote YES on Prop 308, and NO on those that limit your ability to vote in Arizona.  

Prop 128 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 129 – limits voter rights – Vote NO

Prop 132 – limits voter rights – Vote NO 

Prop 308 – in-state college tuition for ALL Arizona HS students – Vote YES 

Prop 309 – limits voter rights and restricts mail in voting – Vote NO 

You can read more about these, and other ballot measures here

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

In addition to these major races, we urge parents to stay engaged within their own local public school district. In these races, you have the opportunity to elect true education champions that will most directly affect the quality of education your child receives. Our friends at Save Our Schools have shared a strong roster of candidates with us – check it out now HERE!

PLEDGE TO VOTE CAMPAIGN

Extremist politicians are close to taking over our state – putting quality education, reproductive rights, and democracy in danger.  This election counts, PLEASE join us!  We need responsible leaders to strengthen schools, support our families, and put Arizona back on track. Please sign the pledge to vote this fall! Early mail-in voting starts October 12, 2022. Election day is November 8, 2022.  

See you at the polls! PLEDGE TO VOTE NOW