Become an Early Voter & Vote in Every Election
Many voters only vote in national elections, but state and local offices have direct influence over policies and practices that impact access to reproductive health care and sexuality education in schools. In off-year or primary elections, about 20% of registered voters actually vote, which gives enormous power to a handful of voters. Don't let a small majority of voters determine the fate of reproductive health care and sexuality education in Arizona.
Become a permanent early voter today. Print out the form, complete it, sign it, and mail it in. You will automatically receive an early ballot by mail for every election. You can also visit the Arizona Secretary of State website for more details about Arizona voter registration.
Know Your Elected Officials
Many of us don't know the name of our mayor or even the Arizona governor but it's easy to find out who these people are - especially with the internet. As a voter, you want to know them and they want to know you!
Visit the Arizona Government website to find your federal and state officials. For other offices, such as city council, county supervisor, or school board, visit the Arizona Secretary of State website and find your county elections office.
Sign Up for the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Network
Now that you've registered to vote and know who your elected officials are, you are ready to be an activist. Through the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Network, you can send timely messages to local, state and federal decision-makers about public policy that impacts sexual and reproductive freedom, and you will get updates on ways you can support Planned Parenthood in your community.
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