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Brigadier General Ronald E. Shoopman, USAF (Retired)

Ron Shoopman, is the President of the Southern Arizona Leadership Council and a retired USAF Brigadier General. He thinks of voting as more than a right. It's an obligation and chance to shape our nation's policies.

Jim Click

Jim Click is the President and CEO of the Jim Click Automotive Team. He told us why he became involved in politics and why participation is so important to him.

Colonel Kent Laughman, USAF (Retired)

Colonel Kent Laughbaum is retired from the United States Air Force. He commanded the 355th Fighter Wing at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Bruce Ash

Bruce Ash is a Republican National Committeeman. He talked about why voting is important to him and our country.

Lisa Lovallo

Lisa Lovallo is the VP and Market Manager of Cox Communications in Southern Arizona. She spoke about the importance of participating in the political process.

Dev Ashish

Dev Ashish is a Ph.D. Student from the University of Arizona. He recently became a U.S. Citizen and voted for the first time last year.

Trent Humphries

Trent Humphries is the founder of the Tucson Tea Party. He shares why participation is so important to him.

Deyanira Nevarez Martinez

Deyanira Nevarez Martinez is the Southern Deyanira Nevarez Martinez is the Southern Arizona Coordinator for Mi Familia Vota. She came to our studios and spoke about why voting is important to her and her family.

Congressman Jim Kolbe

Jim Kolbe is a former U.S. Congressman of Arizona District 8. He shared some experiences of observing foreign elections.

Katie Daubert

Katie Daubert is a 2012 Graduate from the University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law. She was living abroad during the 2008 election, but she was determined to exercise her right to vote.

Erik Lundstrom

Erik Lundstrom is the President of the University of Arizona Young Democrats. He spoke about the power each of us wields in our political system.

Lea Márquez Peterson

Lea Márquez Peterson is the President and CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She came to our studios and spoke about why voting is important to her.

E.J. Perkins, policy analyst for the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, discusses his analyses of Prop 120.

Cap on Property Valuations Aim of Prop. 117

5% annual increase limit designed to minimize homeowner tax rise, supporters say

Job Stimulation Goal of Prop. 116 Backers

Tax break for businesses, but will burden shift to homeowners?

75% AZ Voter Turnout Predicted

Secretary of State Bennett says it may not equal 2008's historic total

AZ Voter Registration Numbers Climb

3.1M residents eligible to cast ballots in this fall's election

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