Register to Vote!

Register to vote, update or registration, or check your registration here: https://servicearizona.com/voterRegistration   Deadline to register for the Arizona Presidential Preference Election: February 18, 2020   Deadline to register for the Arizona Primary: July 6, 2020   Deadline to register for the Arizona general: October 5, 2020

Celebrating Black History Month: Betty & Jean Fairfax

Betty & Jean Fairfax Teachers, philanthropists, & advocates for educational equity During this Black History Month, Arizona List would like to commemorate and honor two important women who worked to improve the education system in Arizona and touched the hearts of many. Knowing the women who have changed the state gives us a better understanding … Read more

We Love the Arizona Constitution!

IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR February 14, 2020  For more information contact: Allison Bodnum, 630-390-0121 Arizona List- We Love the Arizona Constitution! Here at Arizona List, we love a woman’s right to vote! We especially LOVE the Arizona Constitution for giving women the right to vote in 1912 before the passage of the 19th Amendment! To celebrate … Read more

16th Annual Event: Tucson Luncheon

Save the Date! Arizona List will hold its 16th annual event on Saturday, March 7 in Tucson with registration starting at 11:30am. We are excited to have Karine Jean-Pierre as our speaker. You can purchase a sponsorship or individuals tickets for Tucson here. For any questions or more information please contact Allison Bodnum at [email protected]

16th Annual Event: Phoenix Breakfast

Save the Date! Arizona List will hold its 16th annual event on Saturday, March 7 in Phoenix. We are excited to have Karine Jean-Pierre as our speaker. You can purchase a sponsorship or individuals tickets for Phoenix here. For any questions or more information please contact Allison Bodnum at [email protected]

Battleground Press Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR November 6, 2019 For more information contact: Allison Bodnum, 630-390-0121 (Tucson, AZ)- Yesterday voters in Arizona demonstrated why Arizona is a battleground state in 2020. In Tucson, voters overwhelmingly elected Mayor Regina Romero in Tucson, Arizona as the first Latina mayor in the history of the city.  She joins Mayor Kate Gallego … Read more