The right to vote is the most fundamental right in a democracy. Election policies can mean the difference between having that right and not. While many voting rights battles take place at the state legislature, elections officials across the state routinely make decisions that can fundamentally affect the right to vote.
Almost from the moment Arizona voters created Clean Elections, it has been under attack from moneyed interests who can't stand the idea of politicians being accountable to voters rather than money. In addition to our work defending Clean Elections from legislative attacks, we are ever-vigilant in the media and at the Clean Elections Commission itself.