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PREPARE TO VOTE

VERY USEFUL EXTERNAL TOOLS

Register to Vote!

Update Your Address If You Need To! Applications must be completed 29 days before an election.

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Get Mail-In Ballot

Currently accepting mail-in ballot requests for the November 8th general election.

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Polling Locations

Maricopa County will offer "vote anywhere" centers with early ballot drop boxes.

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Track Your Ballot!

You will be notified when your ballot is prepared, mailed, received, verified, and counted.

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PROVEN STRATIGIES

TIPS TO WIN THIS NOVEMBER

Single Shot!

In this election you'll be able to vote for up to two candidates for the Arizona House of Representatives but please remember to use only one of your votes. Just vote for the only Democrat: Judy Schwiebert

Down Ballot Races!

Commit to voting your entire ballot. In 2020 democratic candidates would have won significantly more races if Democrats (who were already voting) voted all the way down their ballots!

Vote Early!

When you get your mail-in ballot: fill it out completely, double check the instructions, and then either mail it or drop it in an early ballot dropbox. This not only saves our candidates money in making GOTV contacts it reduces calls, emails, and texts to you. Win! Win!

2022 ELECTION CALENDAR


UOCAVA

BALLOTS

MAILED

VOTER

REGISTRATION

DEADLINE

BALLOTS MAILED

DROP BOXES

AVAILABLE

LAST DAY TO

REQUEST A

BALLOT BY MAIL

LAST DAY TO

MAIL BACK

BALLOT

ELECTION

DAY

GENERAL ELECTION

SEPTEMBER 24

OCTOBER 11

OCTOBER 12

OCTOBER 28

NOVEMBER 1

NOVEMBER 8

2022 GENERAL ELECTION CALENDAR

MILESTONES

DATES

UOCAVA BALLOTS MAILED

SEPTEMBER 24

VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE

OCTOBER 11

BALLOTS MAILED DROP BOXES AVAILABLE

OCTOBER 12

LAST DAY TO REQUEST A BALLOT BY MAIL

OCTOBER 28

LAST DAY TO MAIL BACK BALLOT

NOVEMBER 1

ELECTION DAY

NOVEMBER 8

2022 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

MARK KELLY

US SENATE

INCUMBENT

Jevin Hodge

US CONGRESS CD-1

 

Katie Hobbs

GOVERNOR

 

Jeannie Casteen

AZ SENATE LD2

 

Judy Schwiebert

Judy Schwiebert

AZ HOUSE LD2

INCUMBENT SINGLE SHOT

Adrian Fontes

Secretary of State

 

Kris Mayes

Kris Mayes

Attorney General

 

Martin Quezada

State Treasurer

 

Kathy Hoffman

Kathy Hoffman

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

INCUMBENT

Lauren Kuby

Lauren Kuby

Corp Commission

 

Sandra Kennedy

Sandra Kennedy

Corp Commission

INCUMBENT

Julie Gunnigle

Maricopa County Attorney

 

2022 NON-PARTISAN CANDIDATES THAT SHARE OUR VALUES

Central Arizona Water
Conservation District (CAWCD)

You can vote for 5 but
please just vote for these
4 candidates:
Ylenia Aguilar
Alexandra Arboleda
Ben Graff
Jim Pederson

Maricopa County Community College
District Governing Board (MCCCD)

Kelli Butler
 

Phoenix City Council
District 2

Heli Nielson
 

Deer Valley Unified
School District (DVUSD)

Craig Beckman
Stephanie Simacek

Paradise Valley Unified
School District (PVUSD)

Kerry Baker
Tony Pantera

Washington Elementary
School District (WESD)

Kyle Clayton
Tamillia Valenzuela

Glendale Union High
School District (GUHSD)

Paul Ulan
Patty Kennedy

CEBV GAVEL WATCH 2022
JUDICIAL RETENTION
& PROPOSITIONS

Judicial retention?
It's complicated.

From the CEBV webpage: "The most important criterion we used to make recommendations is evidence of a biased or overt ideological perspective brought to judicial decisions. Full disclosure: our perspective is nonpartisan but not neutral. Civic Engagement Beyond Voting is an Indivisible group, with a progressive perspective on governing, judicial standards, citizens’ rights, criminal justice, and rehabilitation."