"Born and raised in the Grand Canyon State, Katie Hobbs has dedicated her life to listening to her community and helping solve difficult challenges for the people of Arizona. A fearless advocate for Arizona, Katie is ready to bring transparency and accountability to the Governor’s office and deliver real results for all of us."
Arizona Secretary of State
"In 2016, Adrian became the first Democrat elected to the Recorder’s office in 50 years and the first-ever Latino to hold an office in Arizona’s largest county. Once elected, Adrian revolutionized Arizona’s elections by registering half a million new voters, providing direct outreach to traditionally underserved communities, and making voting free, fair, and accessible to all."
for other statewide offices
for Arizona Attorney General
"I’m running for Attorney General to be an independent watchdog who will protect Arizona:
Protect us from fraud & scams – especially elderly Arizonans
Protect our water & air from pollution
Protect every Arizonan's right to vote and have that vote counted
Protect abortion rights from politicians who are meddling in personal medical decisions"
for Arizona State Treasurer
"Together, we can build a Treasurer's Office that prioritizes the interests of the people first, not special interests. To create an Arizona that works for all of us, Martin will bring ethics, professionalism, and transparency to the Treasurer's Office, to ensure the protection of our taxpayer dollars."
Democratic Team Running for Arizona Corporation Commissioners
Each voter gets two votes for this race.
Sandra & Lauren are running as a team.
"As a current Arizona Corporation Commissioner, Sandra believes there’s still more work to do to protect the public, fight corruption, increase transparency and protect Arizona’s most vulnerable residents."
"Lauren is a Tempe councilmember and a sustainability scientist at ASU and a nationally recognized champion for affordable, clean energy."
for Arizona Superintendent
of Public Instruction
"Superintendent Hoffman has spent her entire career working in public education, first as a preschool teacher and then as a speech-language pathologist. She began her career in the Vail School District in southern Arizona before joining the Peoria School District. She saw firsthand the problems within our schools and the challenges our students face everyday. Now, as Arizona's Superintendent of Public Instruction, she is tackling these issues head on."