Early voting is underway in Arizona, and HRC is on the ground to #TurnOUT LGBTQ voters and the hundreds of thousands of Equality Voters in the state who support equality.
Early voting is underway in Arizona, and HRC is on the ground to #TurnOUT LGBTQ voters and the hundreds of thousands of Equality Voters in the state who support equality. With our best shot to pull the emergency brake on Trump-Pence’s dangerous agenda less than two weeks away, we’re exposing Arizona’s anti-equality candidates and highlighting their records undermining LGBTQ rights and attacking our nation’s progress.
From opposing critical protections for transgender youth, to voting in favor of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in federal agencies, these candidates are a threat to our community and are dangerously out of step with the majority of Arizona voters who believe in equality and justice for all.
Here’s what you need to know about four of Arizona’s anti-equality candidates before you cast your ballot this November:
Martha McSally, U.S. Senate candidate
Steve Gaynor, Secretary of State candidate
Mark Brnovich, Attorney General candidate
Wendy Rogers, U.S. House candidate (AZ-01)
These candidates anti-LGBTQ records show that they have no business representing the Grand Canyon State. HRC is committed to mobilizing Arizona’s voters in support of HRC-backed, pro-equality champions like Kyrsten Sinema, Katie Hobbs, January Contreras, Tom O’Halleran, Ann Kirkpatrick, and Greg Stanton. Join us today! Learn how you can cast your vote and check your voter registration status, volunteer with HRC and stay updated on HRC’s efforts in Arizona.
HRC has been on the ground in Arizona for more than a year as part of our coast-to-coast campaign called HRC Rising, which represents the largest grassroots expansion in the organization’s 38-year history. We’re mobilizing and organizing with so many amazing local HRC members, volunteers, and supporters to elect champions of equality in Arizona up and down the ballot. For more information on how to get involved and sign up to volunteer, visit HRC’s Equality Voter Action Center.
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