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President of the United States

What They Do: Commander in Chief of the military, oversees the national government, can sign or veto bills from Congress

About the Candidates
Do you support
raising taxes on people making over $250,000?
Do you support
protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, employment, and businesses like restaurants and taxis?
Do you support
making college free for students from families making less than $125,000?
Do you support
decriminalizing offenses that pose no safety threat and that have historically targeted Black and Brown communities?
Do you support
taking government action to reduce the pollution that causes global warming?
Do you support
offering a roadmap to citizenship to undocumented immigrants working and raising families in America?
Do you support
a woman's right to seek a safe, legal abortion?

Hillary Clinton

Democratic Party

Former Secretary of State, US Senator, Attorney.

Supported by

  • Senator Bernie Sanders
  • Planned Parenthood Action Fund
  • Service Employees International Union

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Jill Stein

Green Party

Doctor, Fmr Lexington Town Meeting Rep.

Supported by

  • Dr. Cornel West
  • Medea Benjamin
  • Marc Lamont Hill

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Gary Johnson

Libertarian Party

Former Governor of New Mexico.

Supported by

  • Marijuana Policy Project
  • Drew Carey
  • Former Gov. Jesse Ventura (I-MN)

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

Donald Trump

Republican Party

Real Estate Developer and Reality TV Star.

Supported by

  • American Energy Alliance
  • National Border Patrol Council
  • National Rifle Association

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

United States Senate

What They Do: Writes and decide whether national laws pass or fail, approve or block Supreme Court justices & other nominees.

About the Candidates
Do you support
Raising taxes on people making over $250,000 per year?
Do you support
Protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, employment, and businesses like restaurants and taxis?
Do you support
Making college free for students from families making less than $125,000 per year?
Do you support
Decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana?
Do you support
Taking government action to reduce the pollution that causes global warming?
Do you support
Offering a roadmap to citizenship to undocumented immigrants working and raising families in America?
Do you support
A woman’s right to seek a safe, legal abortion?

Ann Kirpatrick

Democrat

Representative to US Congress for Arizona's 1st Congressional District

Supported by

  • Planned Parenthood Action Fund
  • United Food and Commercial Workers
  • International Association of Firefighters

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

John McCain

Republican

United States Senator of Arizona

Supported by

  • US Chamber of Commerce
  • National Association of Gun Rights
  • Friends of Israel PAC

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Statewide Ballot Measures

Proposition 206 - Minium Wage & Earned Sick Days

Raises the minimum wage to $10/hour next year, then to $12/hour by 2020. Also guarantees paid sick days for workers - 5 days at big corporations & 3 days at small businesses.

A Yes Vote Means

Minimum wage workers earn $10/hour next year, then $12/hour by 2020. All workers get guaranteed paid sick days - 5 days at a big corporations & 3 at small businesses.

Who Says Yes:

  • Arizona Education Association
  • United Food & Commercial Workers
  • The Fairness Project

A No Vote Means

Minimum wage workers earn no more than $8.05/hour. Many workers continue to have no paid sick days.

Who Says No:

  • Arizona Restaurant Association
  • Arizona Chamber of Commerce
  • Arizona Farm Bureau

Proposition 205 - Legalize Marijuana

Legalizes personal use of marijuana for adults age 21-and-older. Regulates & taxes marijuana sales at 15%, dedicated to education & healthcare.

A Yes Vote Means

Adults age 21-and-over can use and grow small amounts of marijuana. Marijuana is regulated & taxed at 15% rate, to fund education & healthcare.

Who Says Yes:

  • Arizona Democratic Party
  • Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol
  • Safer Arizona

A No Vote Means

Marijuana stays illegal, with possession punishable by up to 2 years in prison. No additional tax revenue goes to education & healthcare.

Who Says No:

  • Arizona Republican Party
  • Arizona Chamber of Commerce
  • Arizona Wine and Spirits Wholesale Association

Voter Information Specific To Your Area

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