What is the General Election?
The general election determines who will represent us at all levels of government. This year, as an Arizona voter, you’ll have the opportunity to decide who represents you in Washington, D.C. in the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. You’ll also be voting on who represents you at the Arizona State Legislature, as well as voting on a new governor, attorney general, and secretary of state. Depending on where you live, you may also be choosing who represents you at the local level (City Council and School Board). And–last but not least!— you’ll have the chance to vote directly on ballot propositions dealing with issues like higher education and voting rights.
October 11 - Voter Registration Deadline
October 12 - Voting By Mail Begins
October 28 - Last Day to Request a Ballot by Mail
November 1 - Last Day to Mail Back Your Ballot
November 8 - Election Day
You can vote in person or drop off your ballot if you still have it.
All ballots must be received by 7pm on Election Day.
OUR TOP PRIORITIES
Fair Treatment for Arizona Students
Undocumented students pay $22,283 more than their classmates for college–that is about 300% more.
Under Proposition 308, all students who attend at least two years of high school in Arizona and who have graduated or gotten their GED will get the chance to pay the same in-state tuition rate for college as everyone else.
Predatory Debt Collection Protection Act
27% of Black Americans and 21% of Latinos have medical debt, and 63% of people with medical debt have cut spending on necessities like food.
Proposition 209 outlaws sky-high interest rates on medical debt and helps protect Arizonans from losing their home or car due to medical bills.
MARICOPA COUNTY ATTORNEY
VOTE JULIE GUNNIGLE
Arizona has the 4th highest incarceration rate in the U.S. , and the Phoenix police department is #1 in the county for use of deadly force.
As county attorney, Julie Gunnigle will reduce incarceration rates, hold police accountable, protect people who seek abortions, and confront government corruption.
PROPOSITIONS 128, 129, 132, & 309
These propositions would make it harder for working people, immigrants, and people of color to vote and pass our own laws.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR YOUR BALLOT
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Arizona Corporation Commission
Vote for 2 candidates.
Sandra Kennedy & Lauren Kuby
Nick Myers & Kevin Thompson