The following is an opinion piece.
When I was born prematurely, I weighed only 1 pound, 12 ounces. I had a tracheostomy for three years and a feeding tube for two and a half. At the age of 8, I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and placed on the Autism spectrum.
Growing up, I was lucky to be able to depend on the health care provided by my father’s job at General Electric. And when I turned 26, I switched to the insurance provided by my own job. With access to the care that I needed, I was able to…
Prominent community voices who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are criticizing Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) after he compared President Donald Trump to Captain Moroni — a heroic and virtuous figure in the Book of Mormon — at a rally in Goodyear last week.
“To my Mormon friends, my Latter-day Saint friends, think of him [Trump] as Captain Moroni,” said Lee to the crowd of mostly maskless supporters. “He seeks not the praise of the world or the ‘fake news,’ but he seeks the well-being and the peace of the American people.”
We are Arizona’s Main Street. We are the owners of your favorite neighborhood small businesses, who come from all walks of life, all different backgrounds, and all kinds of trades and professions. And we all agree that our futures depend on electing Joe Biden.
There are two very different economic plans on the ballot. Trump isn’t fighting for working families, he is looking out for his rich friends and Wall Street interests. Joe Biden will be a president for all Arizonans as we get this virus under control, and build our economy back better. …
In new GOTV ads released today by Biden for President, former Senator Jeff Flake urges Arizona Republicans to follow him in putting country over party, and cast their votes for Joe Biden. The videos will run on digital platforms like YouTube, Hulu, and Roku in Arizona.
“I’ve never before voted for a Democrat for president. But this year, principle and conscience require me to do just that. I’m voting for Joe Biden,” Senator Flake says. “Character, moral leadership, and integrity are values that we cannot put aside when we cast our vote for president. …
With less than a week left for Arizonans to decide the future of our state — and our country — Biden for President is reminding early voters to mail their ballots back by Tuesday, October 27, and join the historic early voting movement that will send Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House.
After October 27, Arizonans who still have mail ballots can drop them off at a voting location or dropbox by 7:00pm on Election Day — Tuesday, November 3.
New early polling and drop box locations opened throughout Maricopa County — bringing the total number of locations to 48 and making it even more convenient for Arizonans to cast their vote in-person or drop off their mail ballots. Biden for President Arizona hosted a press conference this morning with Congressman Ruben Gallego and a group of Latino voters at one of the new polling locations, where they officially cast their ballots.
As the Grand Canyon State continues to see record turnout and Democratic enthusiasm in the weeks before Election Day, Biden for President is encouraging all Arizonans to join…
Today, singer-songwriter James Taylor and former journalist Kim Taylor joined Biden for President to discuss Joe Biden’s plans to support Arizona seniors and strengthen crucial programs like the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Social Security, and Medicare.
Full video of the event is available to watch here.
During the virtual fireside chat with Biden for President Director of Surrogates and former Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan, the Taylors called Donald Trump out on his threats to strip away critical health care protections — especially those for the more than 2.8 …
In new reporting from the New York Times and MSNBC, more members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Arizona say they’re supporting Joe Biden in this year’s election.
MSNBC’s Vaughn Hillyard, who reported live yesterday from President Trump’s Prescott rally, said LDS members he has spoken to are frustrated by Trump’s personal conduct and the way he’s changed the Republican Party they’ve always known.
“I’ve never seen so many friends of mine vote Democratic,” former Arizona State Senator Bob Worsley told Hillyard.
The New York Times’ Hank Stephenson also talked to LDS members in Tucson, who…
Un análisis reciente de Moody concluyó que el plan económico de Joe Biden crearía 18.6 millones de empleos en su primer período, y 7 millones más empleos y $1 billón de dólares más en crecimiento económico que el plan del presidente Trump. El vicepresidente Biden y la senadora Kamala Harris utilizaron sus debates recientes para aclarar cómo su agenda económica ayudará a los estadounidenses, marcando un fuerte contraste con las políticas fallidas de Donald Trump.
“En cuanto al tema de la economía, pienso que no podría haber una diferencia más fundamental entre Donald Trump y Joe Biden”, dijo la senadora…
As the Grand Canyon State continues to see record turnout and Democratic enthusiasm in the weeks before Election Day, Biden for President is encouraging all Arizonans to join the historic early voting movement that will send Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House.
To join the movement and be a part of history, Arizonans should: