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Protecting Your Church

Posted in Religious Liberty on: August 1st, 2014
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Alan Sears, the President, CEO, & General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom has written a letter to churches and pastors encouraging them to distribute the CAP Voter Guide. In the letter, Mr. Sears explains that CAP’s Voter Guide is 501(c)(3) compliant and consistent with federal tax law. Mr. Sears invites pastors to contact Alliance Defending Freedom for help if they feel they need legal assistance in any way. To read the letter supporting the distribution of the Voter Guides click here.

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ACTION ALERT: The Voter Guide is Here!

Posted in News on: July 16th, 2012
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It’s finally here! Center for Arizona Policy’s 2012 Primary Election Voter Guide is now available at

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. (more…)

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Center for Arizona Policy Surveys Candidates for Federal, State, and County Office

Posted in News on: May 31st, 2012
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Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) is sending over 200 surveys out today to candidates for federal, state, and county office to comprise CAP’s 2012 Voter Guide.

For 14 years, CAP has published the Voter Guide to provide voters with straightforward answers directly from the candidates. For many Arizona voters, the Guide has become their go-to resource during the election season. (more…)

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Just a few votes

Posted in News on: June 10th, 2011
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My first voting experience was in the 2008 Presidential primaries. I woke up early and raced to the closest voting station, determined to beat the crowd. But when I arrived, no one was there but several sweet ladies waiting to give me instructions and a bright, red “I Voted!” sticker. (more…)

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