AZ Advocates: Day of Action
August 23rd the Arizona We Want Institute is hosting a day of action to encourage Arizonans to talk with their neighbors about the upcoming primary election and the Arizona they want.
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Your voice counts. Let it be heard.
It's your chance to cast your vote for leaders and representatives who will impact Arizona's future. Stay information about important dates and information for the 2014 Election. Let your voice be heard. More →
- Read the Report
Take Action Today
Start by reading The Arizona We Want 2.0 report, which identifies eight citizen goals that describe The Arizona We Want and provides a strong foundation for the ongoing research and activities of the Institute.
- Take the Surveys
The Gallup Arizona Poll and the 2012 Arizona Civic Health Index are available online. We invite you to take one or both of the surveys for yourself. When you have completed your responses, the automated system will let you see immediately how similar or different your responses are from those of your fellow Arizonans.
- Become an AZ Advocate
The Institute is mobilizing both individual citizens and key partner organizations that are committed to Arizona's future by championing the citizens' agenda identified by the Gallup Arizona Poll and the Arizona Civic Health Index.
- Candidate Questions & Tools
AZ Advocates Toolbox
Have access to materials and resources to assist your participation efforts in support of the Arizona We Want 2.0 citizens' agenga.
The Daily Courier
What do Arizonans want? What do they value, and how do they want the Grand Canyon State to look in the coming years? Read More →
The Arizona Republic
The Arizona We Want Institute gubernatorial forum foreshadows debate focused on issues in race for governor that will have voters marking ballots with confidence, not dread. Read More →