Voting in Arizona

  

 

Our Commitment to Informed and Inclusive Elections

At the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive information and resources to support informed voting. 

We are committed to fostering inclusivity and transparency in the electoral process. We will continue to expand and update the resources and content on this page. 

Please stay tuned for further updates.


In partnership with the Citizens Clean Elections Commission (CCEC), we offer resources in American Sign Language (ASL) that ensure voters have easy access to essential information about upcoming debates and the election process.

ASL Voter Education Guide | 2024 Primary Election

(https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQ-LFUP9g3FEkvTiP-HQvdNcyZrfXajCG&feature=shared)

Clean Elections has collaborated with AZ Media to broadcast live debates, accessible in both Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL). The schedule for these live debates is available on the Clean Elections website (https://www.azcleanelections.gov/debates).

All video recordings of live debates will be found on the AZ Media YouTube Channel.

Disability Rights Arizona (DRAZ) is a nonprofit public interest law firm that protects and advocates for the rights of Arizonans with various disabilities, including physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory, and cognitive disabilities.

Protection and Advocacy for Voting Access (PAVA)

PAVA is a program within DRAZ, established by the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) in 2002. PAVA ensures that individuals with disabilities can fully participate in the electoral process by helping them register to vote, cast their votes, and access polling locations. PAVA also works to guarantee the right to a private and independent vote.

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