azvoterguide.com is Your Guide to the Phoenix City Election

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 2, 2011
Contact: Aaron Baer, 602.424.2525, ext 242, or 602.456.1792

AZVOTERGUIDE.COM IS YOUR GUIDE TO THE PHOENIX CITY ELECTION
WEBSITE GIVES STRAIGHT FORWARD ANSWERS ON WHERE THE CANDIDATES STAND

PHOENIX – Discovering where candidates for city offices stand on the issues is easier now thanks to the free online resource, azvoterguide.com. This nonpartisan service compiles survey results from city election candidates in Phoenix, Tucson and Prescott to give voters the clear information they need to be an informed voter.

Candidates indicate on their survey whether they support or oppose 15 statements on critical issues that face our city. Examples of these statements include:

  • Using city funds to support any organization that performs, promotes, or provides referrals for abortion.
  • Prohibiting fully nude performances and touching or tipping dancers in sexually oriented businesses.
  • Allowing private companies to compete with city government for contracts to provide city services.
  • Providing a “domestic partners registry” for unmarried, cohabiting homosexual and heterosexual couples.
  • Regulating the hours and locations of medical marijuana dispensaries

On azvoterguide.com, you can access copies of the actual surveys candidates filed out, and read the comments they wrote. You can download a pdf of the Voter Guide which compares the candidate’s responses here: http://bit.ly/pWhqQb

If a candidate decided not to respond, their phone number and email address is provided, and you are able to send the candidates a blank version of the survey for them to complete and return to Center for Arizona Policy: http://bit.ly/nyMi1B

You can also contact the candidates via Facebook and Twitter. Their usernames have been compiled here: http://bit.ly/n6SlrY

With as few as 10% of the voting population expected to turn out to vote on August 30, it is essential that voters get the facts about the candidates, then turn out to vote their values on Election Day.

For more information on the Voter Guide, visit www.azvoterguide.com. For information on Center for Arizona Policy, visit www.azpolicy.org or contact Aaron Baer, 602.424.2525.

Center for Arizona Policy promotes and defends
the foundational values of life,
marriage and family, and religious liberty.
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