Our Recommended Candidates

We’re highlighting key decision points on this year’s ballot to help you to make the most of your vote. To learn about more pro-LGBTQ+ candidates and the policies they support, explore the list of signatories to our open policy platform. The recommendations in this publication should not be considered endorsements of every action, belief, or affiliation of a political candidate. No person or politician is perfect, but the people on this list – if they win enough votes in November – will be positioned to make real change for the LGBTQ+ community here in Arizona and across the country.

From the top to the bottom of the ballot, Equality Arizona recommends the following candidates.

Federal Elections

State Elections

State Supreme Court

Arizona Court of Appeals

State Legislature

Legislative District 2

Legislative District 4

Legislative District 9

Legislative District 12

Legislative District 16

Legislative District 22

Legislative District 27

Maricopa County

Maricopa County Superior Court

Pima County Superior Court

Pinal County Superior Court

City Council Elections

Find Your District

Following the 2020 U.S. Census, Arizona redrew its political maps in a process called redistricting. This means that the district numbers you might be familiar with as a voter have changed and that the boundaries between districts have moved. To get a better sense of which regions each district corresponds to now, take a look at the official maps from the Independent Redistricting Commission. To find your new congressional district, you can type your address into their search tool. The IRC also publishes a search tool you can use to find your legislative district.

2022 Primary Endorsements

Equality Arizona endorses candidates in key races who will work to advance the rights of Arizona’s LGBTQ+ communities. Candidates endorsed in primary elections are selected for their commitment to equality, their capacity for leadership, and their ability to govern equitably and effectively.





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