The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is a non-partisan commission created by voters that educates voters, provides campaign funding, and enforces campaign finance rules and laws. Clean Elections was founded in 1998 after Arizona voters passed the Citizens Clean Citizen Elections Act (A.R.S. Title 16, Chapter 6, Article 2) to root out corruption and promote confidence in our political process.
- Arizona Secretary of State
The highest profile duty of the office is oversight and administration of secure and accurate elections. The Secretary of State serves as Chief Election Officer for the State. One of the goals of the office is to register more voters and encourage their active participation in elections. As part of elections administration, the office certifies: voting devices, election results, candidates, and measures to the ballot, as well as the results of statewide elections.
- Arizona Secretary of State Campaign Finance
Arizona campaign finance law requires political committees to disclose certain information concerning the organization of the committee, the flow of money, and resources in connection with the committee's participation in the political process.
- Arizona Voter Information Portal
Arizona Secretary of State portal to check voter registration status, assigned or nearest polling location, poll worker sign-up, request a Ballot-by-Mail, check status of your Ballot-by-Mail/Early Ballot, and much more.
- Election Assistance Commission (EAC)
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is an independent, bipartisan commission whose mission is to help election officials improve the administration of elections and help Americans participate in the voting process.
- E-Qual AZ Secretary of State
E-Qual interfaces with the State's voter registration database. In order to access E-Qual to sign a candidate petition, a person must be a registered voter and must provide authenticating information at the log-in screen that matches the information in their voter record.
Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concern. On July 9, 1975, the council established a private, non-profit corporation, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.(ITCA), under the laws of the State of Arizona to promote Indian self-reliance through public policy development.