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Panel: All voters are not treated equally. Why should you care, and what you can do about it

Most candidate elections in Arizona are determined in the Primary Election where only 1,452,089 people voted in August of 2020. Partisan primary elections become a problem when primary voters (that’s only 36% percent of registered voters) are responsible for choosing who wins the general election by default. Join us for a conversation to explore alternative nonpartisan primary structures that could engage better candidates and encourage voter turnout — making our system work better for ALL Arizonans.

Panelists: Paul Johnson, CEO and Co-Founder, Redirect Health Heather Carter, Executive Vice President, Greater Phoenix Leadership Blake Sacha, President, Voter Choice Arizona


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