Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful Tips:

  • Identify your districts at the azvoterguide.com home page. 
  • Determine which candidate deserves your vote. Answer the questions yourself in the space provided above candidate answers, then compare your answers to the candidates’ answers.
  • You are not required to vote for each race.
  • If there are multiple seats for a particular office, you may vote for as many candidates as there are open seats, or you may vote for one candidate.

What races are covered in the AZ Voter Guide website?

  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S. House of Representatives
  • Arizona Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • Attorney General
  • Treasurer
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Arizona Corporation Commission
  • Arizona State Senate
  • Arizona House of Representatives
  • Maricopa County Attorney
  • Maricopa County Board of Supervisors
  • Select City Races 

Visit azvoterguide.com to:

  • Identify your districts at the azvoterguide.com home page by creating a personalized voter guide.
  • Read comments and biographical information from the candidates.
  • See candidate endorsements by a range of advocacy groups.
  • View responses from candidates who missed the print deadline.
  • View survey responses from select city and county candidates.
  • Determine your voting location.
  • Register to vote.
  • Access a personalized copy of the Voter Guide specific to your district.

What is the August primary election about?

The August primary election decides which candidates will be on the November 8 general election ballot.

Is the 2022 AZ Voter Guide Democratic or Republican?

Neither. The AZ Voter Guide is factual, impartial, and nonpartisan. Every candidate in the covered races was treated equally and had the same opportunity to respond to the questions.

Who paid for the 2022 AZ Voter Guide?

Concerned Arizonans dedicated to responsible citizenship have donated to make this publication available. No candidate or political party paid for any part of this Guide.

Does the AZ Voter Guide endorse specific candidates?

No. This Guide is a nonpartisan educational resource provided as a public service. No candidates are endorsed.

Why do some candidates not respond?

We don’t know. All candidates were provided the same opportunity to respond to the survey questions. For candidates for federal office who declined to respond you will find their publicly available positions as researched by our team. For candidates for state office, you will find noted the candidates’ contact information made available by the Arizona Secretary of State and other public sources. You can access limited biographical information on these candidates here at azvoterguide.com.

Support the 2022 AZ Voter Guide

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 ensure this valuable work continues, you can visit our support page, call 602-424-2525, or visit azpolicy.org. While at azpolicy.org, sign up for free email updates on issues critical to your family.

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Disclaimer

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