Legislative Alerts ~ Week of April 29, 2019

SB 1188 – OPPOSE – Allows purging of Permanent Early Voting List, taking the “Permanent” out of what voters anticipate in their voter registration.  Would decrease voter participation. SB 1485 – SUPPORT – Puts a cap the School Tuition Credits from Corporations.  These credits take money out of the general fund which supports public schools. […]

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Legislative Alerts ~ Week of April 22, 2019

Please contact your legislators regarding these bills. The legislature is behind — which should mean a busy week. And, they have yet to seriously start of the big enchilada — The Budget. Education Bills SB 1485 – SUPPORT – Bill would end the 20% annual automatic growth of corporate private school tax credits by gradually […]

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Current voting system beneficial

I believe that all citizens need ready access to vote. Our early voting process is one area in which our state is more advanced than other states — it’s one of the aspects of our state that makes me proud. I was not proud when in multiple elections over the last few years there were […]

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Action Alert: Voter Suppression Bills Up This Week

The Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee will be hearing four bills that will have an adverse impact on voters if they become law. The committee meets Thursday at 9am. You can use Request to Speak to register your views or you can contact each of the committee members by phone or email as listed below. SB […]

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The One and Only Early Voting Saturday!!!

You can vote in person today just like on Election Day!  Go to the Flagstaff Mall to the County Office next door to J.C. Penny’s between 10 am and 5 pm.  Or to 110 E. Cherry in downtown Flagstaff — the newer County Building. No need to bring identification like you’ll need if you wait […]

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Help Us Win: Vote Early

Early voting begins Wednesday, October 10.  Early voting by Democrats is a key element in our plan to win in Arizona. Early voting is a right and privilege given to Arizonans by law — let’s exercise it! This blog post explains why and how. At first blush, it may not seem to matter when you […]

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