Biden for President Encourages Arizonans to Vote Early
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:
- Make their early voting plan today at IWillVote.com/AZ or VoyAVotar.com/AZ;
- Request a PEVL or one-time mail ballot by Friday, October 23;
- Mail their ballots back via USPS until Tuesday, October 27, after which they should drop them off at a voting location or dropbox; and
- Remember they can vote every single day between now and November 3.
Over the past couple of weeks Arizona has seen strong enthusiasm for early voting on social media, in the streets, and at the ballot box. Arizona elected officials are sharing how and why they’re voting as soon as they can in this historic election, and mobilizing their constituents to join them. That enthusiasm is spreading to supporters all across the state — this weekend, hundreds throughout East and West Phoenix, Yuma, Flagstaff, and Tucson “rolled to the polls” in community-led car and bike parades to drop off their mail-in ballots.
Here’s what Arizona elected officials, community leaders and journalists have to say about the historic enthusiasm they’re seeing:
AZ Republic: Elvia Diaz: Arizona Latinos are Joe Biden’s key to win … and soon, everyone will know it
[…] On Oct. 17, candidates in nearly a dozen state legislative districts of the mostly Latino Southwest Valley and supporters of Biden and Democrat Senate hopeful Mark Kelly held an event dubbed “Roll to the polls.”
“We have a lot of people with a lot of energy,’’ said state Rep. Raquel Terán, a Democrat seeking reelection in District 30.
[…] Latinos have long been dismissed as the “sleeping giant” that has yet to wake up, and every election cycle the mainstream media hypes the same drumbeat. Will it really be different this time?
The evidence is clear: Just look at the number of Latinos elected to local, state and federal offices. Anyone still not convinced needs to go check out the energy at the “roll to the polls” car caravans.
Prensa Arizona: Fiesta electoral
En el Sur y Centro de Phoenix y la ciudad de Mesa, se congregaron cientos de familias para realizar una caravana del voto “Roll to the Polls”, hasta en bicicletas, congregando a miles de votantes a favor de Joe Biden y los candidatos demócratas en ésta elección. […]