Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
General Election Voter Guide 2012

General Election Voter Guide 2012

Ratings: (0)|Views: 2,950|Likes:
Published by Aaron Baer

More info:

Published by: Aaron Baer on Nov 06, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





Dear Fellow Arizonans,Don’t vote for a sound bite.This election season, it is critical to know the candidates and understand howthey would govern if elected.Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) is your resource to help you cut through thepolitical spin and get the facts about the candidates, directly from them. Since1998, we’ve sent surveys to those running for o
ce and have reported theirunedited responses back to you – with no punditry or political speech.This printed guide is only a small piece of how CAP is able to help you thiselection season. On our
Voter Guide
website, azvoterguide.com, you can:
With our state’s long history of close elections, this year one person, onefamily, one church
make a di
erence. All you need to do to get started isbe informed.Standing for Arizona families,
About Center for Arizona Policy
Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit research and education organizationcommitted to promoting and defending the foundational values of life,marriage and family, and religious liberty. Visit azpolicy.org or call 602.424.2525 for more information.
Helpful hints
provided, then compare your answers to thecandidates’ answers.
you may vote for as many candidates as there areopen seats, or you may vote for one candidate.
What races are covered?
Visit azvoterguide.com to:
candidates who missed the print deadline.
election surveys.
and ballot propositions.
Is the 2012
Voter Guide
Democrat orRepublican?
Every candidate in the covered races was treated
Who paid for the 2012
Voter Guide
Concerned Arizonans dedicated to responsiblecitizenship have donated to make this publicationavailable. No candidate or political party paid forany part of this guide.
Are you endorsing specific candidates?
No. This guide is a nonpartisan educational resourceprovided as a public service. No candidates areendorsed.
Why do some candidates not respond?
We don’t know. All candidates were providedthe same opportunity to respond to the survey
we’ve provided the candidate’s contact informationmade available by the Arizona Secretary of State.
Support the 2012
Voter Guide
This guide would not be possible without the
to continue this valuable work, you can call602.424.2525 or visit azpolicy.org. While there, signup for free email updates on issues critical to yourfamily.
Printing & distributing this guide
Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) grants permissionto anyone who wishes to copy and distribute this
be found at azvoterguide.com. Any statement madeby a person distributing this guide should not beinterpreted as the position of CAP.
Thank you to our “CAP models”
We want to thank our very talented “CAP models”pictured in this guide and on all our promotionalmaterial. All of those pictured in the guide areArizona citizens who support CAP.Photos © 2010 Dean Wilder Photography
Churches and other nonprofit organizations may distribute nonpartisan, unbiased, voter-educationmaterial without jeopardizing their tax-exempt status. This publication has been reviewed by outside attorneys to ensure that it complies withthe rules for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations.Each organization that distributes these guidesis responsible for its own actions. If you havequestions about this Voter Guide, please call Center for Arizona Policy at 602.424.2525 or 800.FAMILY.1.

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->