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!
ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE
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.
VOTE for Mark KELLY
VOTE for Katie HOBBS
Secretary of State
VOTE for Adrian FONTES
VOTE for Kris MAYES
Superintendent of Public Instruction
VOTE for Kathy HOFFMAN
VOTE for Martín QUEZADA
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!
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