THE LUCHA CONTINUES!
Wondering what’s happening with Arizona politics and the 2022 general election?
Here’s what you need to know.
Extremist Republicans are running for important positions like governor, secretary of state and US Senator. They’re listening to wealthy corporations and lobbyists – not working families. They’re pursuing a far-right agenda, trying to undermine our democracy, eliminate our right to make our own healthcare decisions, and take away some of our most basic freedoms.
Arizona families shouldn’t be represented by radical candidates like these. Instead, it’s time to choose candidates who will:
Support a higher minimum wage
Protect Social Security and Medicare
Make sure that we have clean air & clean water to protect our health
Fight back against unfair price hikes from corporations
Support reproductive rights, legal abortion and the ability to make informed decisions about our own medical care
Protect democracy and the right to vote
Listen to the people, instead of lobbyists and big business
With so much at stake, we all need to be part of it. Get registered and vote to make your voice heard.
LUCHA’s Voter Guide will be here to answer your questions every step of the way!
On November 8th, Arizonans will vote directly on ballot propositions. Here’s our guide for Arizona voters on which propositions to support!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
If I didn’t vote in the primaries, can I still vote in the general election?
YES! Even if you didn’t vote in this year’s primaries, you can still vote. You can vote even if you haven’t voted in many years! Just make sure you’re still registered by checking your voter registration here.
I registered a few years ago – am I still able to vote, or do I need to re-register?
If you’ve registered to vote at your current address, you should still be able to vote. But it’s important to check and make sure you’re still registered, just in case! Use this link to check.
Can I leave parts of the ballot blank?
YES! You can leave parts of the ballot blank. Vote the whole ballot or vote part of the ballot – but no matter what, vote!