Voter Guide FAQs
- City of Phoenix
- City of Prescott
- City of Tucson
- City of Yuma
Q2: Am I required to vote for every race?
Q3: What can I do at azvoterguide.com?
A: You can:
- Access your City Election Voter Guide.
- Identify your district or ward if applicable.
- Determine your voting location if applicable.
- Request an early ballot.
- Read candidates’ comments by viewing their actual surveys.
Q4: Where can I view the candidate comments?
A: On the top navigation panel, scroll over “City Voter Guides” and select the city election you’d like to access. Once you’re on that page, click the candidate’s name to open a pdf of their completed survey and read any comments.
Q5: Is the Voter Guide Democrat or Republican?
A: Neither. It is factual, impartial, and nonpartisan. Every candidate in the covered races was treated equally and had the same opportunity to respond to the questions.
Q6: Who paid for the Voter Guide?
A: Concerned Arizonans dedicated to responsible citizenship have donated to make this resource available. No candidate or political party paid for any part of the guide. If you would like to join in our effort to educate voters, click here.
Q7: Are you endorsing specific candidates?
A: No. This guide is a nonpartisan educational resource provided as a public service. No candidates are endorsed.
Q8: Why do some of the candidates not respond?
A: We don’t know. All candidates were provided the same opportunity to respond to the survey questions. For candidates who declined to respond, we’ve provided the candidate’s contact information made available by the city’s elections department. We encourage you to contact the candidate directly to ask them the survey questions.
Q9: What if the issue important to me is not addressed in the Voter Guide?
A: Our Voter Guide questions were designed to include a broad range of issues that will be of interest to the general public. If an issue important to you was not addressed in the Voter Guide, please feel free to contact the candidate directly.
Q10: How can I support the Voter Guide?
A: This guide would not be possible without the generous support of individuals around our state. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to continue this valuable work, you can call 602.424.2525 or click here. While there, sign up for free email updates on issues critical to your family.
Q11: What can a church do regarding the Voter Guide?
A: Churches may distribute the Voter Guide as a permissible activity without jeopardizing their tax-exempt status with the IRS. Here’s an overview of what churches can and cannot do during the election season. Specific questions may be emailed to email@example.com.
Q12: What are the Key Election Dates to remember?
A: Click here to view the Key Election Dates.
Q13: Who is Center for Arizona Policy (CAP)?
A: Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit research and education organization committed to promoting and defending the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious liberty. For more information, visit azpolicy.org.