Amid all of the anti-voter legislation being considered by the Legislature this session, one measure – a full-scale assault on Clean Elections and accountable government – has garnered surprisingly little attention.Read more
The fight continues to protect Arizona's voter-approved independent redistricting process from being taken over by politicians. The state Senate advanced SCR 1034, the measure that would put more power to manipulate voting maps into the hands of partisan leaders at the State Capitol, by a party-line vote of 17-13 last week.Read more
Executive Director Joel Edman appeared on "Sunday Square Off" over the weekend to discuss attempts to radically alter our voter-approved independent redistricting system.
Arizona Republican legislators have a habit of pushing ideas that make their own lives easier, but harder for voters to have their voices heard.Read more
Arizona has long been held up as a model of how to create fair, representative electoral maps largely free from partisan bias.Read more
After he’d been in office for just a little over a month, Adrian Fontes learned about the boxes.Read more
SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ - It's a company riddled with scandal, the owner now under a federal indictment for bribery and fraud. Now the management of Johnson Utilities is asking the community that's fed up with them for another 23 percent water rate hike.Read more
With the resignation of Representative Trent Franks, constituents of Arizona have found themselves entering the exciting and unorthodox realm of special elections. Given the irregularity with which such elections take place, general confusion about the process for filling sudden legislative vacancies seems to abound. Though relatively similar, Arizona’s procedures governing legislative vacancies (along with the texts from which these procedures arise ) are different depending on the office that has to be filled.Read more
Republican state lawmakers are pushing a November ballot proposition that would ask voters to overhaul the panel that draws Arizona's political boundaries — a move that could affect which party holds power at the state Capitol.Read more
Republican leaders in the Arizona Legislature are pushing a proposal to dramatically overhaul the independent commission that draws congressional and legislative maps every decade.Read more
A House bill that would require voters to have the same address on file with the Secretary of State and the Department of Transportation or face a civil penalty failed in committee.Read more
Voting rights activists are expressing concerns over HB2397, which will be heard in committee Tuesday.Read more
Update: The Arizona House of Representatives voted 33 to 25 on Feb. 13 to advance House Bill 2153 to the Arizona Senate.
Tempe voters will get ballots in the mail this week, but a bill in the Arizona Legislature could pre-empt one city measure up for a vote — a proposal to curb "dark money."Read more
Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation is conducting trainings across the state on how to engage with the legislative process and the "Request to Speak" system.
Here are some photos from the trainings we've held so far:Read more
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