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Election Day for City of Phoenix Council Districts 5 & 8 is this Tuesday, May 21!

Important Dates and Times Monday, May 20 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 21 (Election Day) from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voting Centers Voters in City of Phoenix elections are not required to vote at a specified polling place in the voter’s precinct. Voter can use any of the 11 voting centers to cast a ballot. This method of voting is only available for City of Phoenix elections. For faster service, voters are encouraged to bring their driver license, state-issued identification card, or voter identification card. Broadway Heritage Neighborhood Resource Center 2405 E Broadway Rd 24th St / Broadway RdCesar Chavez Branch Library 3635 W Baseline Rd 35th Ave / Baseline Rd Desert West Community 6501 W Virginia Ave 67th Ave / Encanto BlvdEastlake Park Community Center 1549 E Jefferson St 15th Street / Jefferson StHelen Drake Senior Center 7600 N. 27th Ave 27th Ave / Northern AveMaryvale Community Center 4420 N 51st Ave 51st Ave / Campbell AveMemorial Presbyterian Church 4141 E Thomas Rd 44th St / Thomas RdNorth Phoenix Baptist Church 5757 N Central Ave Central Ave / Bethany Home RdPendergast Community Center 10550 W Mariposa St 103rd Ave / Camelback RdPhoenix City Hall 200 W Washington St 3rd Ave / Washington StSouth Mountain Community Center 212 E Alta Vista Rd Central Ave / Southern Ave All information can be found here: City Council Run-Off Election

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Students Hold A Candidate Debate For City Council Districts 5 & 8 Ahead of Election

On Friday, two students from Peoria High School held a candidate debate for the four remaining candidates running for Phoenix City Council in districts 5 and 8. Twin sisters and President and Vice-President of the Peoria High School Tomorrow We Vote Club, Elena and Larisa Andreyeva, helped organize the debate inviting the candidates to appear and answer questions regarding their positions on various issues. City Council Debate Video The students challenged the candidates Held at the Tomorrow We Vote Office in the Cosecha Co-Op space, the hosts asked various questions to Carlos Garcia and Vania Guevara of Districts 8 and 5 respectively for nearly 45 minutes. Opponents in the same race, Mike Johnson and Betty Guardado, called in advance regarding a conflict in the schedule and were unable to attend. Garcia and Guevara answered questions regarding police reform, school safety, the environment, and more. The questions asked by the Andreyevas were well-thought out and the candidates responded candidly and succinctly. Mail-in ballots have already been mailed and the polls will open for Election Day on May 21, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ at the following locations. Thank you Carlos and Vania for attending and for Larisa and Elena for hosting and organizing the event. High school students who aren’t old enough to vote are already engaged in the electoral process enough to help plan this event. So, do your part and vote! To view Michael Johnson and Betty Guardado’s positions, watch the previous first run-off election debate by clicking here. More information, visit the Phoenix City Council Runoff Site.

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Phoenix, AZ – Mayoral & City Council Election Information

Phoenix, AZ has a special election coming up to decide their City Council officials for District 5 & 8 as well as one for their Mayor. Former Mayor Greg Stanton left the position to run (and win) a U.S. Congressional seat leaving the role of Mayor open. After a four-way split for Mayor, nobody went over the 51% mark so there is a special election for the front runners, Daniel Valenzuela and Kate Gallego. The other races for the City Council positions for Districts 5 & 8 will also be on the ballot. Listed below are each candidate in those Phoenix Districts for City Council: District 5:Vania Guevara, Audrey Bell-Jenkins, Betty Guardado, Lydia Hernandez District 8:Gilbert Arvizu, Carlos Garcia, Michael Johnson, Michael Langley, Lawrence Robinson, Camaron Stevenson, Warren Stewart, Jr., Onesimus Strachan Important Dates February 11, 2019 – Last day to register to voteFebruary 13, 2019 – Early voting beginsMarch 8, 2019 – Latest date to vote early Voting Dates March 9, 2019March 11, 2019March 12, 2019 (Election Day) More information:

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Why Should People Vote Challenge!

“Why Should People Vote?” Challenge Too many people have chosen to sit out on elections while others vote for them in their place. So, we want people to tell us (and the world) why people should vote! What is the importance of voting? If you want to participate and have a chance to win a Tomorrow We Vote Swag Bag (Tee shirt,  buttons, stickers, and an official TWV bag), then read the easy rules! Record a video of yourself answering the question “Why Should People Vote?” Video should be 30 seconds or less. Submit your name, email, and phone number (only first name will be posted) If chosen and uploaded, the most Views and Shares will win the grand prize! Last day to submit videos is October 31, 2020 Last day of View/Share challenge will be November 2 at 11:59PM (Arizona MST) Winner will be announced on November 3th – Election Day!! Tip: Get in early and Share, Share, Share!!! Uploaded videos will be on our Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram pages. Total amount of views + shares will win![caldera_form id=”CF5bac5957d28e7″][addthis tool=”at-below-post”]

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Today We Vote!

Today We Vote! The time has closed in quickly and the Arizona, Florida, and Oklahoma primaries have come. Today, in Arizona, many positions have opened up and need filling. The candidates had been in full swing these last few weeks and today is the showdown in each political party. In association with Mi Familia Vota, Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro, Movement Voter Project, and Movimiento Borikua, we at Tomorrow We Vote have been busy getting canvassers out to the doors in neighborhoods that are largely ignored. We’re offering shuttle buses to those who are unable to get to their polling station in Maricopa County and phoning thousands to encourage them to earn their “I Voted” stickers. The amazing thing are the young and enthusiastic volunteers who found this to be so important. Led by Brian Diaz, a 21-year old Puerto Rican political organizer, the 30 phone bankers and canvassers amassed nearly 13,000 calls and knocked on over 1000 doors within a four day period. If you are reading this and need a ride to the polls, please call 602-263-2030 if you’re in Maricopa County, AZ. If you have your ballot and failed to mail it in, visit a polling station by visiting  Every vote matters and we want to make sure all citizens use their voting rights on election day!

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Got Your Ballot? Cast Your Vote!

Arizona – Got Your Ballot? Cast Your Vote! You may have received your ballot in the mail and as a first-time voter, it may confuse you a bit. If so, watch this video and it should clear up any confusion on how to get your vote to count. Take your time in filling the ballot out by researching each candidate and recognizing which areas you can vote for multiple candidates. Once finished, be sure to mail your ballot in by August 22, 2018. Otherwise, you can walk it into the County Recorder’s Office or at a registered poll center near you. For more information in Maricopa County, visit or visit for statewide information.

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Congratulations Tolleson Union High School!

Tolleson Union High School has completed 191 voter registration forms. After several Tomorrow We Vote volunteers headed out to the high school, the students were receptive and gained some knowledge on their generational trends in voting and how it affects their future. The volunteers were patient and some stayed all day! The result of voting almost 200 new citizens who wouldn’t have registered that day was a huge accomplishment. The school has been updated on the Arizona map found on and marked with their registration number. If anyone wants to become an Ambassador and invite Tomorrow We Vote to their school or event, please use the form to the right or the form on the Contact page.

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