Arizona Legislature Voting Records

by | Jul 21, 2020 | News & Alerts | 0 comments

2020 is an election year.  The Arizona State primary elections are on August 4, 2020.

Wonder how your Arizona State legislators have honored their oath of office?

AzCDL has posted the voting records of all state legislators on key pro-rights firearms bills for the 2019 and 2020 Legislative sessions on our website’s Voting Records page.

We encourage you to look them over.  You can find who your State Senator and Representatives are at our Legislative Action Center (scroll down the page).

We’re seeing a lot of social media and email traffic about how incumbent Senators voted on SB 1519, Governor Ducey’s Red Flag law, 2 years ago in 2018.  You can also find the votes for 2018 and 2017 legislation on our Voting Records page.  SB 1519 was introduced in 2018 very late in the session at the insistence of Governor Ducey.  All Republican Senators voted for the passage of SB 1519.  Conversely, all Democrat Senators voted against the passage of SB 1519.  The bill failed to move in the House before the end of the legislative session.  If you are going to vote against a Republican legislator solely because of their vote on SB 1519, does that mean you are going to vote for a Democrat legislator solely because they voted against SB 1519?  Our recommendation on any incumbent is to look at their overall voting and bill sponsorship records and make an informed decision.

Finally, any claims you may see about AzCDL endorsing any candidates are blatantly false.  AzCDL’s focus is on issues, not candidates.