Arizona Working Families Party

The Working Families Party is regular people coming together across our differences to make a better future for us all. We’re a multiracial party that fights for workers over bosses and people over the powerful. We want an America which realizes the promise – unrealized in our history – of freedom and equality for all.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to protect our families and our future

  • Proposition 209 protects Arizonans suffering from emergency medical debt by curbing predatory debt collection practices.

    No Arizona family should lose their home or car due to medical emergencies or accidents, or be trapped into unending debt by unfair interest rates on medical care.

    In Arizona, interest rates of medical debt can increase by as much as 10% per year, every year. Families can lose their homes, cars, or have their wages garnished by predatory debt collectors – even if they’ve done everything right.

    Proposition 209, the Predatory Debt Collection Protection Act fixes these problems by limiting the interest rate on medical debt to no more than 3%, protecting more assets from being sold to pay off debt collectors, and ensuring hard-working Arizonans keep more of their bank accounts and wages.

    In July of 2022, the Predatory Debt Collection Protection Act submitted a record breaking amount of signatures in order to qualify for the ballot.

    Arizonans deserve to be able to live comfortably, without the fear of an accident or illness bulldozing our life accomplishments. Vote YES to protect Arizona families and our future!

    Proposition 209 protects Arizonans suffering from emergency medical debt by curbing predatory debt collection practices.

    No Arizona family should lose their home or car due to medical emergencies or accidents, or be trapped into unending debt by unfair interest rates on medical care.

    In Arizona, interest rates of medical debt can increase by as much as 10% per year, every year. Families can lose their homes, cars, or have their wages garnished by predatory debt collectors – even if they’ve done everything right.

    Proposition 209, the Predatory Debt Collection Protection Act fixes these problems by limiting the interest rate on medical debt to no more than 3%, protecting more assets from being sold to pay off debt collectors, and ensuring hard-working Arizonans keep more of their bank accounts and wages.

    In July of 2022, the Predatory Debt Collection Protection Act submitted a record breaking amount of signatures in order to qualify for the ballot.

    Arizonans deserve to be able to live comfortably, without the fear of an accident or illness bulldozing our life accomplishments. Vote YES to protect Arizona families and our future!

  • VOTE NO

    Vote NO to reject unnecessary voting barriers

  • The majority of Arizonans opt to vote early and by mail to avoid the hassle of having to wait in long lines and get off of work on election day. Working Arizona families depend on the vote by mail process to be able to make their voice heard, while also juggling their day to day responsibilities. Vote NO to protect the privacy and right to vote of Arizonans.

    Arizona has proven time and time again our state has a safe, secure, and fair election process. One that many other states model their processes after. But after voters turned out in record numbers during the last election, some politicians want to silence our voices so they can keep more power for themselves and their wealthy corporate donors.

    Proposition 309 adds new barriers to vote by mail that infringe on our privacy as Arizonans. It would remove the current provision in law that allows a voter to present any state or local government issued photo ID to receive a ballot, and replaces it with a stricter list of acceptable forms of identification.

    It would require voters to include sensitive personal information when we return our mail ballot, like our Social Security or drivers’ license numbers. Having Arizona voters’ private personal identifying information floating around in the mail is risky and an invitation for identity theft.

    Nearly 80% of Arizona voters currently cast their ballots by mail. This measure is an attempt by some politicians to discourage Arizonans from speaking up and using our voice in our elections, so they can continue to block progress on issues we all care about, from quality jobs to affordable healthcare.

    We must come together to protect our freedom to vote safely from our homes. Vote NO on Proposition 309
     

    The majority of Arizonans opt to vote early and by mail to avoid the hassle of having to wait in long lines and get off of work on election day. Working Arizona families depend on the vote by mail process to be able to make their voice heard, while also juggling their day to day responsibilities. Vote NO to protect the privacy and right to vote of Arizonans.

    Arizona has proven time and time again our state has a safe, secure, and fair election process. One that many other states model their processes after. But after voters turned out in record numbers during the last election, some politicians want to silence our voices so they can keep more power for themselves and their wealthy corporate donors.

    Proposition 309 adds new barriers to vote by mail that infringe on our privacy as Arizonans. It would remove the current provision in law that allows a voter to present any state or local government issued photo ID to receive a ballot, and replaces it with a stricter list of acceptable forms of identification.

    It would require voters to include sensitive personal information when we return our mail ballot, like our Social Security or drivers’ license numbers. Having Arizona voters’ private personal identifying information floating around in the mail is risky and an invitation for identity theft.

    Nearly 80% of Arizona voters currently cast their ballots by mail. This measure is an attempt by some politicians to discourage Arizonans from speaking up and using our voice in our elections, so they can continue to block progress on issues we all care about, from quality jobs to affordable healthcare.

    We must come together to protect our freedom to vote safely from our homes. Vote NO on Proposition 309