Voting the Whole Ballot
Compiled here are recommendations for down ballot races not included in our interactive ballot guide. These are not official Progress Arizona recommendations, but suggestions from other organizations, presented here for your convenience. Have anything to add? Email Emily Kirkland, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maricopa County Special Healthcare District: LD18 Democrats recommend Mary Harden.
Maricopa Community College District At-Large: Maricopa County Democrats recommend Dr. Linda Thor.
Community College District 1: Maricopa County Democrats recommend Jacqueline Smith.
Community College District 5: Maricopa County Democrats recommend Dr. Tom Nerini.
Phoenix Proposition 444: Maricopa County Democrats recommend a vote of yes.
City of Tempe Questions 1-5: LD26 Democrats recommend a yes vote on all 5.
City Council and Mayor:
Our 2020 ballot guide has information about Phoenix city candidates, although there are no specific recommendations.
The Polling Place has compiled information about city candidates in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Gilbert, although there are no recommendations.
Indivisible East Valley has information and recommendations for candidates in Gilbert and Mesa.
Stand Indivisible Arizona is recommending Daniel Ortega for Scottsdale Mayor.
Judges (back of the ballot): Civic Engagement Beyond Voting recommends a no on Andrew Gould, John Lopez IV, James Morse, Jennifer Perkins, David Weinzweig, Sean Brearcliffe, Christopher Coury and Jo Lynn Genry, and a yes on everyone else.
Pima Community College Board: Indivisible and Strong recommends Cat Ripley.
Judges (back of the ballot): Civic Engagement Beyond Voting recommends a no on Andrew Gould, John Lopez IV, James Morse, Jennifer Perkins, David Weinzweig, Sean Brearcliffe, and Paul Tang, and a yes on everyone else.
Save Our Schools Arizona has recommendations for school boards statewide. Note that some of their recommended candidates are write-ins – write in the provided name and fill in the bubble.
The Polling Place has compiled additional information about school board candidates in the 10 largest districts, although there are no recommendations.
Thank you to Indivisible groups from around Arizona for compiling these resources in one Facebook thread, which was the starting point for this page!