It’s finally here! Center for Arizona Policy’s 2012 Primary Election Voter Guide is now available at azvoterguide.com.
There is no denying that this is one of the most critical elections of our lifetime.
But even in Arizona, this election is taking on a new significance … and CAP needs YOUR help.
Our goal is to reach one million voters with our azvoterguide.com program this year, and it all starts with the power of ONE – one person, one family, one church committing to registering voters, sharing azvoterguide.com, and making sure they turn out to vote on Election Day.
There are plenty of obstacles in our way. Our opponents at the legislature and across the state are committed to erasing our successes of the last four years, and aim to do so through the 2012 elections.
But we’ve faced these challenges before – and we know how to win.
The greatest challenge we face is raising the necessary funds to ensure that every responsible voter in the state, who wants to know where the candidates stand, knows about and can access the free resources that CAP provides.
Starting today and continuing through Monday, July 23, we are asking all our supporters across Arizona to come to our aid, and help us raise $50,000 in a week.
Our focus this election year is serving churches. That’s why we provide bulk copies of Guides to churches for free. Yet because of the uncertain economic times, and the fact the summer is one of the most difficult times of year to raise necessary funding, we may have to cut back these efforts if the support we need does not come in, and soon.
- Go to azvoterguide.com and download the 2012 Primary Election Voter Guide. In the coming days, a personalized Voter Guide will be available on azvoterguide.com with just the candidates that are in your district.
- Donate to the “Voter Guide Money Bomb” at azvoterguide.com/give. Our commitment to you is to use our resources to educate voters and serve the church.
- Order bulk copies of the Voter Guide to distribute at your church.
- Share azvoterguide.com with your friends and family by forwarding this post.
Partner with Center for Arizona Policy – visit azvoterguide.com today!
One person, one family, one church can make a difference!