The Difference of One

Because the Arizona Legislature has the bare majority of pro-life Republican lawmakers in each chamber, Governor Doug Ducey this week signed one of the most significant pro-life bills in recent history. The sort-of omnibus life bill: Establishes that the laws of...

Wins and Losses

The Great News – Before We Talk Elections and Politics The great news coming out of Arizona has less to do with this week’s election and likely more to do with the make up of the U.S. Supreme Court. Planned Parenthood dropped its lawsuit against Arizona challenging a...

A Final Appeal

Whether you are still struggling with whom to vote for, or you’re talking with someone still struggling with the choices before them – I hope this will help. I, too, have had to grapple with the competing character arguments for and against some candidates. For me, it...

Vote for These Candidates

Center for Arizona Policy Action (CAP Action) Endorsements I’ve been asked many times this week for a list of candidates to vote for in the November election. The full list of CAP Action endorsed candidates is here. In making these endorsements, our team has carefully...

What You Can Do

Concerns about COVID-19 suppressing votes seem unwarranted. Arizona voters have already turned in more early ballots than they did in 2018 and 2016. As of Thursday, 909,906 ballots were returned to the Secretary of State’s office. Democrats returned 44.9%, Republicans...

Virginia?

Elections matter. One only has to look to the state of Virginia to see what happens when a state “flips” from pro-life, pro-religious freedom, and generally conservative to being the opposite. That’s what happened in the 2019 Virginia state legislative elections. On...