Arizona’s 2018 Primary Election is four days away— Tuesday, August 28.
Don’t sit this one out! To find your polling place, click here.
Midterm elections historically have a low voter turnout. In 2014, only 48% of registered voters took time to vote in Arizona. In contrast, for the 2016 Presidential election, over 74% voted.
Every vote counts, especially in a midterm election! Even more so in a primary election!
In 2016, one Arizona congressional primary was decided by only 27 votes!
Make sure to make your voice heard. This election season, Arizonans will vote on:
1 U.S. Senate seat
All 9 U.S. House of Representatives seats
Arizona Secretary of State
Arizona Attorney General
Superintendent of Public Instruction
All Arizona State Senate seats
All Arizona State House seats
At azvoterguide.com you can:
- Download your own personalized Voter Guide that displays only the candidates on your ballot
- Take the federal and state candidate surveys and compare your answers to that of the candidates
- See candidate endorsements by a range of advocacy groups
- Read comments from the candidates to the survey questions
To find your polling place, click here.
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- You are invited to join the CAP team, together with other friends, at the 2018 Primary Election Prayer Event. We will gather on Saturday, August 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Phoenix Bible Church, 4002 N. 18th Ave. in Phoenix. If you are not in the area, we plan to stream the event on Facebook Live. You can click here for more information.
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