JULY 18, 2012
Center for Arizona Policy releases Primary Election Voter Guide
Nonpartisan guide provides voters with “just the facts” on the candidates
PHOENIX – Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) released their Primary Election Voter Guide today at azvoterguide.com. This nonpartisan resource is free to all Arizona voters to help them cut through the political spin this election year.
CAP surveyed every candidate for state and federal office, giving each candidate on file with the Secretary of State an equal opportunity to respond. The survey is composed of 15 statements where candidates indicate whether they support or oppose each statement. Candidates are allowed to include additional comments.
The statements on the survey are of general interest to the public. Read the surveys here: http://bit.ly/Mxl6Ma
The Voter Guide website, azvoterguide.com, is election-year-central for Arizona voters. On the website, you can:
Register to vote
Access key election dates
Determine their legislative and congressional districts
View candidate surveys and comments
Find their polling location and much more
“Our message to voters this year is simple: Don’t vote for a sound bite. With all the information available at azvoterguide.com, it’s easier than ever to discover which candidates share your values,” said Cathi Herrod, President of Center for Arizona Policy.
A personalized version of the Voter Guide with only the candidates appearing on an individual’s ballot will be available in the coming days.
Following the Primary Election, CAP will update azvoterguide.com to include key county, city, and school board races, as well as provide information about the ballot propositions and judges up for retention.