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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

For Immediate Release: IT IS NOT VOTER FRAUD

This video depicts a volunteer dropping off ballots for the Primary in August. However, it is labeled as AZ BALLOT BOX STUFFING ON TAPE .


From Robyn Prud'homme-Bauer, President of the League of Women Voters of Arizona: "The League of Women Voters is committed to working for an accessible voter registration and election system that protects all voters against discrimination at the ballot box. The early balloting system in Arizona is an easy and accessible way for voters to vote."

The Arizona Republic did a piece using an interview with Robyn Prud'homme-Bauer. We do not think it was as fair as it could be. Robyn's responses are these: LWV Arizona RESPONSES

The AZ Republic Article is called Ballot Harvesting by Doug MacEachern on October 26, 2014


At some point in your voting life, you will have something go wrong with your early ballot. Among the most common items that will can be a problem are:
1. The ballot becomes spoiled by coffee, tea, or some beverage.
2. You use the wrong color ink on the ballot (red for instance)
3. You accidentally vote for a proposition that you did not mean to vote for.
4. You accidentally voted for the wrong candidate.

5. You mixed up your ballot with your spouse's ballot...and you are unsure about the number on the ballot corresponding to your signature

6. Anything else


ANSWER: Go Vote in Person! Bring your Early Ballot, and vote in person. Do not fudge anything, because your vote may not count be counted. The Secretary of State of Arizona has trained its staff to first dismiss a ballot rather than accommodating even a small irregularity!


LWV Issues Opinion Editorial and Public Service Announcements


First: Her Opinion Editorial about candidates running for public office: they are dodging debates and robbing the Arizona Voters of their political process. Read More

Second: A Public Service Announcement for voters to get the information that they want to have before casting votes. Without debates, voters are left to do much of their own research. This PSA describes how. Read More

Find your Polling Place in 2014!

2014 Voter Guide

Important Announcement

How to Vote Using Mail-In Ballot

If you're on the Permanent Early Voting List, you'll receive your ballot in the mail. Don't forget to fill it out and mail it back by Friday, October 31. If you miss that date, you can turn it in on November 4 at any polling place before 7 p.m. You can also drop it off at your county recorder's office on Election Day before 7 p.m.

You can also access this video with this link:

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Cómo Votar Usando el Voto por correo

Si usted está en la Lista Permanente de Votación Temprana , usted recibirá su boleta por correo. No te olvides de llenarla y enviarla de regreso por Viernes, octubre 31.If usted pierda esa fecha , puede convertirlo en el 4 de noviembre en cualquier lugar de votación antes de las 7 pm También puede dejarlo en la oficina de su registrador del condado el día de las elecciones antes de 19:00.

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Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Arizona


Welcome to the website of the League of Women Voters of Arizona. We hope your visit will help you better understand the League and your government. Our focus on the issues and on encouraging true government of the people has earned the League its reputation as a respected and effective participant in the American political process in an era of proliferating and powerful special interests. The League's advocacy of the public interest is increasingly recognized as an essential voice of democracy. Please join us in our mission of being A Voice For Citizens - A Force For Change.

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