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Register! Educate! Vote! Use your power! Rev Up! Make the disability vote count.

REV UP Arizona!

REV UP stands for Register! Educate! Vote! Use your Power! This is a national, nonpartisan initiative involving national, state, and local disability organizations. The goal is to increase the political power of the disability community while also engaging candidates and the media on disability issues. The REV UP campaign focuses on voter registration, education, access, and engagement.

In Arizona, disability organizations collaborated to develop federal and state candidate surveys to help:

  • Inform our community about each candidate’s positions on disability-related issues and policy
  • Educate candidates about issues that impact people with disabilities in Arizona

2018 DISABILITY
POLICY POSITIONS

Arizona FEDERAL Candidate
Survey Results

FEDERAL Candidate Report

This FEDERAL report comprises the results of a survey sent to candidates for U.S. Senator and U.S. Representative.

Organizations sponsoring this survey and report do not endorse or oppose any of the candidates. The purpose of this guide is to educate voters about candidates’ positions on issues important to people with disabilities.

The 50 candidates seeking  congressional office received an email invitation to complete the online disability issues survey [see survey on pages 6-7]. The survey remained open for 10 days and candidates received email and phone call reminders during that time.

2018 DISABILITY
POLICY POSITIONS

Arizona STATE Candidate Survey Results

STATE Candidate Report

This STATE report comprises the results of a survey sent to candidates for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, Superintendent of Education, Mine Inspector, Corporation Commissioner, State Senator, and State Representative.

Organizations sponsoring this survey and report do not endorse or oppose any of the candidates. The purpose of this guide is to educate voters about candidates’ positions on issues important to people with disabilities.

A total of 234* candidates seeking state office received an email invitation to complete the online disability issues survey [see survey on pages 6-7]. The survey remained open for 10 days and candidates received email and phone call reminders during that time.