Special ELECTIONS Edition: Reference Guide with Suggested Voting Selections for November 3, 2020

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Special ELECTIONS Edition:
Reference Guide with Suggested Voting Selections for November 3, 2020

  Prescott Indivisible and the Democratic Women of the Prescott Area partnered and created a Reference Guide with Suggested Voting Selections. There are 119 different ballots being sent out across Yavapai County and we have included the selections that are appropriate for our members. 
     How did we arrive at our selections? They were discussed with committees of both organizations, the Yavapai Co. Democratic Party, community leaders and school district personnel and AZ Save our Schools. You can print a copy of this Reference Guide by clicking here.
     Please note the offices marked in yellow – it is a reminder to ONLY VOTE for those candidates so marked: Judy Stahl, AZ House LD1; Coral Evans, AZ House LD6; Corp. Commission candidates Mundell, Stanfield and Tovar; David Dohm, Prescott Valley Town Council; Hillary Cannizzaro and Andy Fraher, Prescott Unified School District Board and Thomasene Cardona and Monique Prigmore, Camp Verde USD#28 School Board.
     If you want additional guidance, please refer to the AZ 2020 General Election Publicity Pamphlet, What’s On My Ballot?
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission also put out a Voter Education Guide for General Election, Nov. 3. 2020. You can find Yavapai Co. candidates by going to this website.
     The AZ Secretary of State’s Office provides many voter services that will help you vote–visit arizona.vote. You can confirm your registration status; request a ballot-by-mail; find voting locations; verify your ballot-by-mail status and verify provisional ballot status.
     Below the Reference Guide is other information that includes Yavapai County Official Ballot Drop Box Locations and a reminder of how to fill in and sign your Official Ballot and Envelope Affidavit. 
     We are asking you to share this information with ten friends.  It will be a good reference to have on hand when their Official Ballot comes in the mail.         

Important Dates, Official Ballot Box Locations and
Instructions on filling out your Official Ballot and Affidavit Envelope

You can also stop by Yavapai County Democratic Headquarters or the Prescott
                      or Prescott Valley Libraries and pick up League of Women Voters Bookmarks. 
                                                                             

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Prescott Indivisible was founded in 2017, when Paul Hamilton and Nicole Romine put an ad in the local paper, requesting local progressives to show up at the library. Over 100 people lined up. In short order, we had formed a local chapter of the national Indivisible movement. Within six months we adopted a set of Guidelines that sets the framework in which we work, designed a logo and printed and sold t-shirts. Our mailing list quickly expanded from 100 to over 1,200. We usually have 100 or more attend our general monthly meetings.

Prescott Indivisible has a strong track record of activism. We adopted the team concept: Communication/Events; Voter Education and Elections; Education; Environment; Human Rights; Immigration and Peacekeepers to assist with safely issues. Initially we had a steering committee that consisted of volunteers. After our guidelines were adopted, the steering committee is made up of elected officers and members at large and the heads of the various teams, or their designees. A diverse group of community activists, social justice advocates and others that have volunteer ties to non-profits and religious organizations, the steering committee assists the teams when asked and sets the agendas.

Our teams and their members have worked diligently to make their voices heard. We have made thousands of calls, mailed hundreds of postcards to our legislators in Arizona and in congress. We have collaborated with like-minded organizations to advocate for issues of crucial importance to Arizona and the nation.

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