Meth– like dark money from the Koch Brothers, ALEC, and Arizona Public Service– is addicting and #Bad4AZ. We need politicians who are clean and not addicted to or swayed by dark money.
To do your part, here are the top 10 things you should do on Election Day:
1- Vote for Fred DuVal, Terry Goddard, Felecia Rotellini, David Garcia, Jim Holway, Sandra Kennedy, Ron Barber (or Raul Grijalva, Ann Kirkpatrick, Mikel Weisser, or James Woods, depending upon where you live), and your Legislative reps (like Victoria Steele, Randy Friese, and Steve Farley) if you haven’t done so already.
2- Vote “No” on Props 122 and 303 because they are all about challenging the federal government and sparking new costly and unnecessary lawsuits. Not #Good4AZ.
3- Vote “Yes” on Prop 415 to build the new animal shelter. It’s only $3/year to treat animals humanely.
4- Take your early ballot to your polling place if you still have it. Volunteer to drive friends to the polls or to drop off their mailed ballot.
5- Ask everyone you see if they have voted and encourage them to follow steps #1, #2, #3, and #4 if they have not.
6- If you have adult children, contact them and encourage them to vote.
7- If you’re on social media, follow and re-Tweet the memes and blog posts going out from @BlogForArizona, @Bad4AZ, @Good4AZ, @P2Hannley, @DonnaDiva, @AZProgressives. Also, check out coverage at Tucson Progressive on Facebook and Blog for Arizona on Facebook.
8- If you don’t have to work, go down to the Democratic Party Headquarters and volunteer. (The Blog for Arizona calendar has specifics.)
9- After 5 p.m., have a quiet dinner with your family and relax.
If you need a ride or have a voting issue in Pima County, call the Democratic Party HQ at 520.326.3716.