Advocating to Fight Hunger & Poverty

Register to Vote by August 1 to Vote in the August 30 Arizona Primary!

Just a few more days.

That’s how long you’ve got to make sure you’re registered to vote in the Primary Election.

Remember, you should update your voter registration if you recently moved or changed your name.

Registering to vote is easy, and can be done online.

Here are some links to help:
I think I’m registered to vote, but I’m not sure.
Click here to check your current voter registration status. 

I need register to vote or update my registration.
Click here to register to vote or update your registration.

I know I’m registered but I’m not sure where my polling place is.
Click here to find your polling place.

I can’t/don’t want to register online. Can I register some other way? 
Yes! You can download a voter registration form by clicking here. Then, mail it in to your county recorder.

Which party’s primary can I vote in?
You can vote in a party’s primary if you are a registered member of that party. If you are an Independent you can vote in whichever primary you choose. If you’d like to switch your party membership, click here. 

Do you have questions about registering to vote? Email or visit the Arizona Secretary of State's website.


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AAFB sends periodic email alerts when hunger and poverty related news hits, to keep you apprised of activities at the state and federal levels, including instructions on how you can make a difference. To subscribe, simply send us an email.
Take Action: Contact Your Legislative Officials

  • Call the U.S. House of Representatives at 602-926-3559 or 1-800-352-8404 and the U.S. Senate at 602-926-4221 or 1-800-352-8404 and ask for your elected officials.
  • If you are not sure who your legislators are, visit and enter your address, city, state or zip code right on the home page to find who your Senator and/or Representatives are.  You can also contact them electronically through this site.
  • In Arizona, click here to contact your Arizona state legislators and view current bills
AAFB thanks you for making calls and sending emails and letters. Your voice does make a difference to those struggling with hunger and poverty!

Advocacy Partners

AAFB partners with many different organizations, both local and national, to get the best data and information and advocate for the best policy to benefit our member food banks and the clients they serve.  Below are just some of our valued information and advocacy partners.

National Partners: Arizona Partners: