We are working on the largest grassroots movement in Arizona history and we need your help. When fighting against forces willing to pay anything to push their agenda and influence your elections, only a unified opposition will prevail.
We need your help collecting signatures, notarizing petitions and spreading the word about dirty money.
We know about your hectic schedule. We have put together a list of all the pdf and content you will need.
All of the existing content from the previous site is still available. Use this area to find information and power points that you can use in your duties.
Most importantly, be friendly and approachable! Most voters don’t like Dirty Money, so once you get to briefly explaining the issue, most will support our important, non-partisan amendment.
Be sure to mention that signing the petition doesn’t mean someone has to vote for the policy — just ensures that it will be on the ballot.
Lots of places! Public spaces — like libraries, parks, and sidewalks — generally produce good results. If you want to circulate on private property, be sure to ask for permission. If you need help, contact our staff or look at our circulating locations map for ideas!
Click here for a list of Petition Signature Guidelines
You’ll need to turn in the petitions and get them notarized. All of our staff and most of our depots have notary services.
Petition signers must be registered to vote in Arizona and at least 18 years old on the date of signing.
Reaching us is easy below is our contact information as well as a map to show you depot locations, where you can drop off completed petitions.