VOTE BY MAIL
Did you receive a ballot in a mail? If so, fill it out and put it in the envelope. Sign and date the envelope, add your phone number, and put it in the mail no later than October 26.
You can also drop off your ballot at any polling place or dropbox in your county leading up to Election Day or on Election Day. A family member, caregiver or housemate can also drop it off for you.
You can vote in person starting October 7! You don't have to wait for Election Day. Options vary by county, but you may be able to vote on the weekends, in the evenings or at another time that's convenient for you.
Voting on November 3rd (Election Day) is another great option! Polls are open 7 am to 7 pm.
TO THE BALLOT
Below are our recommendations for your ballot.
We look for candidates who will:
- Address the COVID-19 crisis with care and compassion
- Make healthcare more affordable and protect people with pre-existing conditions
- Fight for good jobs in our communities
- Invest in public education
- Defend immigrant families
- Protect clean air and water
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
UNITED STATES SENATOR
US REP. IN CONGRESS
One of the people below will appear on your ballot, based on your district. Vote for the one who appears on your ballot.
All three of the people below will appear on your ballot. Vote for all three.
WILLIAM "BILL" MUNDELL
The candidates for county races will depend on your county. Below are our recommendations for Maricopa and Pima counties. In other counties, we generally support the Democratic candidates (with "Dem" next to their names). If there isn't a Democratic candidate running, you can leave that section blank.
You've made it through a lot of the ballot!
Remember - you're allowed to leave parts of the ballot blank.
But don't forget to look at the back of your ballot. It includes some of the most important races.
Proposition 207 legalizes the sale, possession and consumption of one ounce of marijuana for adults over 21 years old, which is a positive step for Arizona. That said, it funds police (note that marijuana legalization measures in other states primarily funded education), does not automatically expunge the records of those arrested for marijuana-related offenses, and allows advertising to kids. We do not recommend a vote either way on Proposition 207.
Proposition 208 provides funding for our public schools! It will reverse education funding cuts made by politicians, address the teacher shortage and reduce class sizes — without raising taxes on working class or middle class families.
These are also on the back of your ballot! Here are our recommendations, based on the research done by our friends at Civic Engagement Beyond Voting:
ARIZONA SUPREME COURT
No on Andrew Gould and John Lopez IV. Yes on Robert Brutinel.
COURT OF APPEALS
No on James Morse, Jennifer Perkins, David Weinzweig, and Sean Brearcliffe. Yes on everyone else.
SUPERIOR COURT - MARICOPA
No on Christopher Coury and Jo Lynn Genry, and a yes on everyone else.
SUPERIOR COURT - PIMA
No on Paul Tang and a yes on everyone else.
You've made it through the most critical parts of your ballot!
Reach out to us if you need any help or have questions.
Remember - you don't have to be an expert, and you can always leave parts of the ballot blank. Vote what you know, but no matter what, vote!
Want Even More Info?
Looking for information about school board candidates, local propositions, or mayoral or city council races? Check out the information and recommendations compiled by Progress Arizona.