Your voice matters in the public debate! Our elected officials need to hear from you on the important issues facing our state. Click here to find out who your legislators are, and how to contact them.
Together, We Can Make a Difference
Center for Arizona Policy has become one of the leading voices in the state for the family. In large part, this is due to the statewide Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) Network.
Community leaders, churches, pastors, allied organizations, and those with a passion for creating a better Arizona have become a part of the CAP Network. By standing together for pro-life, pro-family, conservative principles, we have seen the impact we can have together.
Ways to Get Involved
Join the CAP Network
Become a part of the statewide movement by clicking here. We'll keep you updated on the latest news about life, marriage and family, and religious liberty, and let you know how you can get involved.
Polls continue to show a surprising number of people in churches throughout the country are not registered to vote. Whether it's election season or not, it's always important to make sure our churches, friends, and family are registered to vote. Download a voter registration kit, and find out more about voter registration on CAP's Election HQ website, azvoterguide.com.
Throughout the year, there are a number of times we need your help! Whether through writing letters to the editor, emailing or calling elected officials, or turning out to rallies or events, your voice is critical in our efforts to promote foundational values. "Like" us on Facebook to stay up-to-date about all the latest news and opportunities for you to take action.
Stand up for Religious Freedom!
Contact your legislators in support of religious freedom! SB 1062/HB 2153 strengthen Arizona's Religious Freedom Restoration Act to protect your right to live and work according to your faith. Unfortunately they attacks against this bill have been as numerous as they are absurd. Please take time today to send your legislators a short note, encouraging them to support these important bills and to stand for religious freedom. Read More »