Keep Arizona Blue visited Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff to see Katie Hobbs on the trail.
We value leaders who show up for students.
Over the 2021-22 election cycle, we knocked thousands of doors with great candidates up and down the ballot.
There is strength in numbers! Protests are one way to elevate students' voices.
Stop the Hate
Keep Arizona Blue worked with Chandler City Councilmembers to provide protections for our LGBTQ+ community by passing a city non-discrimination order.
Deadly mass shootings continue to take the lives of students across America. Alongside March for Our Lives, we cried out for gun control and common sense protections.
In 2022, attacks on Arizonans' reproductive freedoms came from many fronts. Our community showed up to protest archaic abortion bans.
From county offices to city councils to school boards, local government affects students.
Elevating Students' Voices
Keep Arizona Blue held a roundtable with newly-elected CUSD Governing Board Member Patti Serrano. Students from across the district had the opportunity to share their opinions and make their voices heard.
We value authentic conversations with changemakers in our community.
Markus Ceniceros, one of our co-founders and the youngest elected official in Arizona spoke to our hardworking teachers at the Arizona Education Association.
By registering students to vote, we're giving them a voice in the political process.
Senator Cory Booker
In September, we joined U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Mark Kelly to talk about the importance of midterm elections.
A New Day in Arizona
We celebrated an Arizona for Everyone at the inauguration of Governor Katie Hobbs, Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, and Attorney General Kris Mayes.
In 2022, Keep Arizona Blue joined President Barack Obama and Democratic candidates up and down the ballot at a GOTV rally in South Phoenix.
Keeping the U.S. Senate Blue!
A team from Keep Arizona Blue traveled to Georgia to campaign for Senator Raphael Warnock and keep the U.S. Senate blue.