At Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation (AZANF), our vision is a truly representative political system in which all Arizonans make their voices heard. We believe the cornerstones of such a democracy are meaningful voting rights and access to the ballot, political decisions driven by voters instead of money, and a fair and independent judiciary. We work to educate Arizonans about our political system, and the ways they can make their voices heard, including via ballot measures. For more information, please visit azadvocacy.org.
The League of Women Voters, founded in 1920 as a result of the Suffrage movement, is a non-partisan political organization that envisions and encourages a democracy where every person has the desire, right, knowledge and confidence to participate. We have an advocacy arm and an education arm, which NEVER support or oppose any political party or candidate. As an advocacy organization, the League takes a stand on issues. Our current focus on “Making Democracy Work” consists of protecting voting rights, supporting fair and independent redistricting, disclosing money in politics, and passing the National Popular Vote Compact (NPVC).
We strive to educate on the issues as fairly and factually as possible, providing all viewpoints. If we have taken a position on a particular ballot measure in this guide, that position is disclosed in the listing of supporters or opponents. For more information about the League of Women Voters of Arizona (LWVAZ), please visit lwvaz.org.