Captain and Astronaut Scott Kelly, the twin brother of the Arizona Senate Candidate, has released an ad through the Democratic National Committee called “Captain Scott Kelly wants you to vote early, Arizona!”


Telling viewers that he sent in his ballot in the 2010 elections when he was working on the Space Station in Earth’s orbit, Kelly strongly encouraged voters to make a plan, turn out, and vote, saying:

“There’s no excuse for you this election. Arizonans have many easy and convenient options to vote early this year by mail or in person. So make sure to go to to make your plan today.”
Captain Kelly is right. Compared to states like Georgia and Texas where their state governments, aided by some federal courts, are making it harder for people to vote and the citizens there have had to stand online for many hours, Arizonans have it fairly easy to exercise their God-Given and Constitutional right to cast a ballot.

As a personal example, I received my early mail ballot on Friday. I filled it out and sent it back the same day. It has already been processed and accepted.

Do your part for Democracy and the Republic and be counted.

Please remember:

  • The General Election Day is on November 3. 2020. Please see the below graphic for all-important voting dates. 
  • Please check your voter registration at vote.
  • Register/sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) in Arizona or any state that allows early or absentee balloting and mail. Arizona residents can sign up at vote
  • Arizona residents, mail your General Election ballot by October 27, 2020, for the November 3, 2020 election. With recent issues with the Post Office, you should consider mailing them out by October 23, 2020, if not earlier. 
  • Check-in with the Secretary of State’s office where you live to verify your mail-in ballot was received, processed, verified, and counted.
  • Know the voter ID requirements in your state.
  • If you can, support Clean Election Candidates with a small contribution.
  • Also, please remember to stay informed on all the candidates and vote for all the offices on the ballot.
  • Also, remember to research all the ballot initiatives, sign to get them on the ballot if you support the measure, and vote on them as well.