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 RAQUEL TERÁN 

FOR U.S. CONGRESS

ARIZONA DISTRICT 3

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 ABOUT RAQUEL TERÁN 

Arizona is at a critical moment as we face threats to our democracy, the safety of our families, the right to abortion access, a climate crisis, and the rising cost of living. Now more than ever, we need leaders who will not shy away from the hard fight and will ensure our community’s voices are heard in our nation’s highest offices.

 

For the past two decades, Raquel Terán has dedicated her livelihood to protecting our communities and is the champion our communities need. And together, we will send her to represent Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District in Washington, DC! 

 

As a daughter of Mexican immigrants, she understands firsthand the perseverance and sacrifice that is needed in fighting for a better future.  From her time as an organizer, defeating the atrocities of SB1070, serving as an Arizona State Senator, to serving as chair for the state Democratic Party, Raquel has been in the lucha for ALL of us!

 

Her commitment to our community’s needs has no boundaries. The progress we have been able to achieve in Arizona today would not be possible without her hard work. However, there is much work left to be done. And during a time when we need leadership who prioritizes the people over special interests, leaders like Raquel will represent us in Congress and move our state forward.

 

Raquel Terán will fight for a better, more prosperous future for all Arizonans in Congress. 

Join LUCHA Blue in supporting Raquel Terán for U.S. Congress, Arizona District 3

 VOTE BY JULY 30 

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 RAQUEL WILL FIGHT FOR 

  • Investing in our Schools

  • Bringing good paying jobs and higher wages

  • Affordable healthcare and housing

  • Making our neighborhoods safe

  • Fair and just immigration process

  • Protecting and strengthening our Democracy

 ENDORSED BY 

ORGANIZATIONS 
& LABOR UNIONS 

  • LUCHA

  • Arizona Education Association

  • CWA Arizona State Council

  • International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Local 86

  • UFCW Local 99

  • BOLD PAC

  • UnidosUS Action Fund

  • Congressional Progressive Caucus

  • End Citizens United

  • Latino Victory

  • League of Conservation Voters Action Fund

  • Moms Fed Up

  • Planned Parenthood Action Fund

  • PODER PAC

  • Reproductive Freedom for All

  • Vote Mama

  • Working Families Party

LOCAL & 
NATIONAL LEADERS 

  • US Senator Mark Kelly

  • Congressman Raul Grijalva, AZ District 7

  • Former Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ District 2

  • Phoenix Councilwoman Laura Pastor

  • Tucson Mayor Regina Romero

  • Dolores Huerta

  • Nevada Secretary of State Cisco Aguilar

  • State Representative Analise Ortiz

  • And many more

VOTE

On or Before July 30

 IMPORTANT DATES. 

JUL 1

Voter Registration

Deadline

JUL 23

Last Day to Mail Back

Your Ballot

JUL 3

Early Voting

Begins

JUL 30

Election Day

(Vote in Person or

Drop Off Your Ballot by 7pm)

JUL 19

Last Day to Request

a Ballot

 IMPORTANT LINKS. 

REGISTER
TO VOTE.

UPDATE YOUR
VOTER REGISTRATION.

CHECK
VOTER STATUS.

VOTER
DASHBOARD.

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. 

If I didn’t vote in the latest elections, can I still vote in the primary election?

YES!  Even if you didn’t vote in the latest elections, 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.

How can I get a mail-in ballot? 

You can get a mail-in ballot sent to you for every election by signing up for the Active Early Voting List. Use the link here.

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!

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