This week, the Arizona State Legislature wrapped up an immensely productive session. The Arizona House and Senate passed multiple election integrity bills that were signed into law by Governor Ducey, including HB 2054, HB 2569, and SB 1485, that will enhance and strengthen election integrity in the Grand Canyon State.
July 2, 2021
This afternoon, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed an important election integrity bill into law, SB1485, shortly after it passed the Senate. SB1485 will reform the state’s early voting list and remove voters who have failed to vote in two consecutive election cycles. Heritage Action, a national conservative grassroots organization, released a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson applauding the new law:
May 11, 2021
Last week, the Arizona Senate took up SB1485, a bill to clean up the state’s early voting list and remove registrations that have been inactive in two consecutive election cycles. Some lawmakers in the state have opposed the bill based on misunderstandings about the bill’s effects and timeline. Hans von Spakovsky, one of the nation’s foremost election law experts and a senior legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, analyzed the bill and issued the following statement:
April 28, 2021
A coalition of conservative groups, led by Heritage Action and the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, today issued a statement calling for the Arizona Senate to quickly pass SB1485:
April 27, 2021
Washington — Heritage Action, a national conservative grassroots organization, released a statement from Vice President of Government Relations and Communications Garrett Bess responding to today’s vote in the Arizona Senate against SB1485, a bill to improve early voting list maintenance:
April 22, 2021
Democrats are using the same tricks they used in Georgia to spread misinformation about voting legislation in Arizona.
April 12, 2021