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Address Obstacles to Voting (Voter ID, drop boxes, early voting, purging voting rolls, etc)Building Political Power of Marginalized PopulationsClimate Change Advocacy, Education, Engagement, LegislationElecting More & Better DemocratsFight Election Interference / Subversion/ PoliticizationFight Election Official IntimidationFight GOP subpoena of specific private voter informationFight Legislation / Investigation / Prosecution of New Alleged Election CrimesFight Partisan Poll Watchers and Organized Voter IntimidationFight Restrictions that Target Particular PopulationsFight Rogue Audits of Election ResultsFight for Public Policy ImprovementsFight for Social / Economic / Racial JusticeGerrymandering/Unfair RedistrictingLegal Actions / LitigationTurn the State Government Blue (at least part of it!)Voter Advocacy, Education, Engagement, Registration, GOTVVoter Petitions / Initiatives / Referendums (Fight theirs, promote ours)
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Trains people to use the Request to Speak system, helps with activation, and has registered at least 8000 people with RTS.
Indivisible group focused solely on Arizona state matters. This is the group that Indivisible state coordinators thought of first when I asked who would be good to contact.
Has a list of 100 progressive groups in Arizona which may be useful: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RDFr5lvx0FgWhBXfpvzzfnDQ6m1ensxpS5pMcqMGpfQ
There's a spreadsheet version too, but doesn't seem to have all the groups.
List created in 2017, some contact addresses may be out of date.
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