What’s Up This Week
See what’s on the Floor for Action. Agendas for House & Senate.
Find specific Committees agenda. Search House & Senate Committee’s.
Know the Bill Number?
Look up it’s status.
Give Your Opinion
During committee reviews of bills your position is seen using Arizona’s RTS system.
Showing up in person at the polls on election day significantly reduces fraud.
You likely were automatically signed up for mail-in voting.
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What District am i in?
Who are my reps?
Tip: Enter your address.
Next click “My District Info” to displays:
1). Federal (Congress)2). State (Senators, Representatives) 3). County (Board of Supervisors) 4). City / City Council
contact my az reps? & Bill Status
Tip: With your district information in Step 2 (e.g. LD28), view your rep’s and contact info.
Visual of Arizona Legislative Districts.
Follow the money
Candidate and elected officials contributors and funding of election & bill disclosure.
Follow The money
Review companies holding government contracts. Look for family members.
Lobbying Disclosure Tip: Look up companies elected officials, their spouses or families own. Use “client” field to see lobby money paid to the client.
July 5, 2022 Registration Deadline
This is the deadline to be a registered voter in Arizona.
Tues, August 2, 2022 Voting Day
Primary elections occur every two years, always in an even year. These elections may include U.S. Federal, Arizona Legislative, County, and local offices that are up for re-election.
A primary election serves to narrow down each recognized political party’s candidates. The candidates that win the nomination in the primary election advance to the general election. Arizona has an open primary which allows voters registered as “independent” to participate by designating to their County Recorder which partisan ballot they would like to receive.
Facts about elected officials the public should know about. RINO behavior comes to light.