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Demand Election Reform in Maricopa County

Demand Elections Reform in Maricopa County

Demand Elections Reform in Maricopa County

November 15th, hundreds of people from Arizona will be joined by supporters traveling from CA and NV in a protest rally to deliver petitions from around the county, and demand accountability from the County Recorder’s Office.

When: Thursday, Nov 15th, 2012 4:00 P.M

Where: Maricopa County Recorder’s Downtown Office, 111 S. Third Avenue, Phoenix AZ (Corner of 3rd Ave and Jefferson)

Organizations include: Promise Arizona in Action, Campaign for Arizona’s Future, UNITE HERE, CASE, Citizens for a Better Arizona, AZ Center for Empowerment, One Arizona coalition, MoveOn, Presente, and City Council members.

RSVP: Voting Rights Rally

Voter Information for 2012 Election

Promise Arizona & La Campesina Radio Present

Voter Information Session
Sunday, November 4 | 1pm-4 pm

Have questions about voting? Need help filling out your ballot? Join us at one of the following locations to learn about the General Elections and how to protect your vote!

Voter Information SessionsNeighborhood Ministries
1918 West Van Buren Street, Phoenix, Arizona
Westside PAZ Office
250 North Litchfield & Van Buren, Goodyear, Arizona
Eastside PAZ Office
215 North Robson & University, Mesa, Arizona

RSVP Today!

 

Or visit our Voter Center to get information about the November 6 Election online

Petra Falcón on today’s ruling on the immediate enforcement of the Section 2(b) provision of SB 1070

This is a sad day for our State.  The implementation of the ‘show me your papers’ provision of SB 1070 will move our state backwards.  We have worked these past two years to stop the division and work toward solutions to a broken immigration system.

We need to hear the voices of the families in our community who will suffer from this law.  We also need to hear from our leadership, especially our faith leaders, to ask the Governor to intervene and work to rescind the 2(b) provision and the entire SB 1070.

To the families being impacted by SB1070: know that Promise Arizona and many other organizations are working hard to assist the Latino community and build our power through voter registration and casting votes on Election Day. Only by becoming active can we prevent bad legislation like SB 1070 from passing in the future.

Our message to the community is to be always alert, but not fearful; to remain strong, to protect yourselves and keep faithful.  Please, get informed and know your rights.

Remember, racial profiling is unconstitutional. If you feel that you have been unjustly detained due to your race, the color of your skin, or your accent, call this hotline to report the abuse.  1-855-RESPETO (1-855-737-7386).

With the first case of abuse and racial profiling reported, we can go back to Court and fight back. The enforcement of this law is also the opportunity to eradicate SB 1070.
Be faithful. – Petra