Tag: Register to Vote

TODAY is National Voter Registration Day – September 23rd – Easy Peasy

| September 22, 2014
TODAY is National Voter Registration Day – September 23rd – Easy Peasy

Did you know that September is Voter Registration Month? Why? In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. Let’s make sure that they aren’t  left out this year! National Voter Registration Day is September 23, when volunteers, celebrities, and organizations from all over the […]

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National Voter Registration Day – September 23rd

| September 17, 2014
National Voter Registration Day – September 23rd

Did you know that September is Voter Registration Month? Why? In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. Let’s make sure that they aren’t  left out this year! National Voter Registration Day is September 23, when volunteers, celebrities, and organizations from all over the […]

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Engage – the power of your vote

| August 21, 2014
Engage – the power of your vote

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Legislative and Gubernatorial Candidates HAVE Responded to CAA’s “Vote for Kids” Questionnaire

| July 31, 2014
Legislative and Gubernatorial Candidates HAVE Responded to CAA’s “Vote for Kids” Questionnaire

We’ve got some great news: 55 candidates for the legislature and 5 candidates for governor have turned in their completed Vote for Kids candidate questionnaires. You can find the completed legislative candidate questionnaires here and the gubernatorial questionnaires here. They have been downloaded from our website a total of 1,300 times already! Legislative and gubernatorial […]

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SAY WHAT?? Only 28% of registered Arizona voters participated in the 2012 primary election

| July 22, 2014
SAY WHAT?? Only 28% of registered Arizona voters participated in the 2012 primary election

Only 28% of registered Arizona voters participated in the 2012 primary election. Just about half of our voting-eligible population participated in the 2012 general election. With numbers like these, no one should be surprised that only 10% of Arizonans believe their elected officials represent them. Low turnout isn’t just a matter of politics, it’s also […]

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