Amazing Women in Arizona History: Lorna E Lockwood

Today’s amazing woman in Arizona history is Lorna E. Lockwood. Lorna Lockwood was born and raised in Arizona and developed an interest in law from a young age. After attending high school in Tombstone, AZ, Lockwood went to pursue an undergraduate degree and Juris Doctorate at the University of Arizona. She was the only female … Read more

Amazing Women in Arizona History: Carolyn Warner

Today’s amazing woman in Arizona history is Carolyn Warner. Warner began her political career as a board member of the Phoenix Union High School District. She then went on to become the first non-educator elected as State Superintendent of Public Instruction. She served in this position for 12 years. Following her time as State Superintendent, … Read more

Amazing Women in Arizona History: Rose Mofford

Rose Mofford is an amazing figure in Arizona’s history. Born and raised in Arizona and a lifelong Democrat, Mofford would become Arizona’s first female Secretary of State and first female Governor.  Immediately after her graduation from Globe High School, where she was the first female class president, Mofford went to work as a secretary for … Read more

Amazing Women in Arizona History: Sister Clare Dunn

Sister Clare Dunn was the first and only nun to ever serve on the Arizona State Legislature, representing Legislative District 13 in Tucson from 1974 to 1981. Sister Clare was initially denied from pursuing legislative candidacy by the Provincial Council of the Catholic Church in Los Angeles due to uneasiness about meshing church and state, but … Read more

Signing Candidate Petitions Online

One of the best things you can do for candidates right now is to sign their petitions if you haven’t already! Follow these directions at https://apps.azsos.gov/equal/ and help get state and federal candidates on the ballot! Having trouble signing candidate petitions online or explaining to a friend how to do so? Watch this short video … Read more