Youth voices have power.

Youth Voting Resources

Young adults make a large block of eligible voters in the country. Voting is part of civic engagement and is an opportunity to voice your choice for leaders, representatives, and laws. Your vote impacts the elections by deciding who will become our next Governor and state and federal lawmakers.

Your voice has power! Speak up and take action on the important issues facing our communities. 

Who can vote?

If you are 18 years of age or older on or before Tuesday, November 8, 2022, and are a resident of Arizona, and a citizen of the United States you can vote in the upcoming Midterm Elections.  When you register to vote, you are electing and making a choice on key positions and issues that impact your community. 

Did you know?

  • Approximately 90,000 Arizona citizens turn 18 every year in the state
  • In 2020, 43% of young people eligible to vote (ages 18-29) were people of color
  • Across every racial/ethnic group, young women voted at higher rates than men

Why should I register to vote?

Voting means that your voice goes directly to those who represent you in
government. If you don’t like what you see in our government, this is your
chance to change it. If you do like what you see, this is your way to reinforce it.
Every single vote matters.

Supporting young voters

Why don’t youth vote? The main reasons why youth don’t turn out to vote are: 

  • They don’t know how to register to vote 
  • They don’t know what’s on the ballot  

Voter registration deadlines are right around the corner.

What will be on the Nov. 8th Midterm Ballot? 

Scroll through the slides below to learn more about what is on the ballot this coming election.

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Pledge your vote!

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