News

Civil Arizona Coverage of PROP 302:
"The Repeal of First Things First"


$2.2 Billion Shortfall Next 18 Months:
"Education Budget Will Be Cut"


News

2010 Citizen Groups Involvement
50 Groups Make Candidate Endorsements


2010 Election Controversies:
Apathy, Greens, Funding, SB1070, Tea Party

News

Arizona Senate Leadership Elections:
"THE MOST Important Election in 2010"


Arizona House Leadership: Elections:
"Kirk Adams Unopposed for Speaker"


Commentary

23 "Discessio" Legislative Candidates
"A New & Powerful Legislative Coalition"


Coverage of Legislative Elections:
"Uncontested and Non-Competitive Races"

Commentary

Top 20 Most Powerful Arizona Lobbyists
"Key to Success: Economies of Scale"


Civil Anna Editorial:
"Legislators Should Aspire to Greatness"

Commentary

Senate Prediction: 18 GOP, 12 Dems
60% Chance of 20 for a a Super Majority


House Predictions: 36 GOP, 24 Dems
30% Chance of a Super Majority



Civil Arizona Debate on PROP 302

PROP 302: Background Information

PROP 302: "Arizona Statesmen Speak Out"


Citizen Groups on PROP 302

PROP 302: Citizen Groups Scorecards
6 YES Groups: 30 NO Groups


YES on 302 Citizen Group Arguments

NO on 302: Citizen Groups Arguments


Elected Officials on PROP 302

PROP 302: Partisan Legislative Vote
Senate Republicans: 17 YES, 1 NO
Senate Democrats: 0 YES, 12 NO
House Republicans: 31 YES, 4 NO
House Democrats: 0 YES, 25 NO


Jobs Creation Legislation
"Arizona Jobs Recovery Act"
   (HB2250 House Version)
Enterprise Zone Jobs Incentives
   (HB2595)

Education Spending
University Spending
Full Day Kindergarten
Failing Schools Scholarship Vouchers
   (HCR2057)

Arizona Taxation
Sunseting Tax Credits, Deductions
   (HB2597)
Corporate Income Taxes
Business Property Tax

Election Reform
Prohibit Publicly Funded Elections
   (SCR1009)
Non Partisan Primary Elections
Change Term Limits (HCR2017)

Arizona Gaming Revenues
Tohono O'odham Glendale Casino
   (SB1109 City Annexation)
Slot Machines at Racetracks

Health Care
AHCCCS Eligibility & Benefits
Kids Care

Fiscal Year '12 Spending
Raise the Constitutional Debt Limit
   (SCR1026)
Level of State Spending


This is an on-going process with more issues and new proposals continually being added.



Civil Arizona establishes an internet communication network between Arizona Citizen Groups and Arizona legislators to systematically discuss policy alternatives.

Civil Arizona is currently recruiting Advisory Board Members to help advance the Guiding Principles of Civil Arizona.

Dr. Pritsker has developed
an innovative method to effectively improve policy involvement, transparency and accountability.

Contact: civilarizona@yahoo.com

Civil Arizona debates are structured by our proprietary technology, Civil Accounting, which includes the design of Civil Surveys, the application of the Control Panel and the graphic summary of results on our Policy Map.

Community Sponsors:
Facilitating a proactive discussion on a single critical issue facing Arizona.

Stakeholder Members:
Presenting specific policy proposals, receiving public comment and competing in the Arizona market of public opinion.

Citizen Groups Members:
Providing a public forum to clearly express their groups' policy preferences.


Leadership Groups
Greater Phoenix Leadership
Southern Arizona Leadership Council

Business Planning Groups
Greater Phoenix Economic Council
Arizona Tax Research Association

Policy Advocates
Goldwater Institute
Arizona Free Enterprise Club

Education Advocates
Arizona Education Association
Arizona Parent Teacher Association

Education Administrators
Arizona School Board Administration
Arizona School Administrators

Health Care Advocates
Arizona Health and Hospital Association
Arizona Public Health Association

Health Care Providers
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Banner Health

Local Government
League of Cities and Towns
County Supervisors Association of Arizona

Law Enforcement Groups
Professional Firefighters of Arizona
Arizona Police Association

Religious Groups
Arizona Mormon Church
Arizona Catholic Conference

Charitable Groups
Catholic Charities Community Services
Valley of the Sun United Way

Children's Groups
Stand for Children
Children's Action Alliance

Environmental Groups
Arizona League of Conservation Voters
Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter

Native American Groups
Arizona Indian Gaming Association
Intertribal Council of Arizona

Citizen Groups
Protecting Arizona Families
Arizona Latino Research Enterprise

Labor Groups
Arizona AFL-CIO
AFSCME

Business Associations
Arizona Association of Realtors
Arizona Small Business Association

Chambers of Commerce
Arizona Chamber
Greater Phoenix Chamber


Civil Arizona is designed to involve citizen groups with direct knowledge of the issues being debated.

Through basic economies of scale, Civil Arizona Citizen Groups achieve a strong voice through our legislative lobbying efforts.

Civil Arizona has plans to generate awareness of the policy issue with our Civil Scenarios, to foster discussion during our Stakeholder Summits and to promote our members' policy preferences in our CIVILUTION Newsletter and CIVILUTION Magazine.

Arizona Executive Branch

Governor Brewer


State Agencies





Arizona Legislature Members

Arizona Senate

Republican Caucus
Democratic Caucus



Arizona House

Republican Caucus
Democratic Caucus



For the past four months, Civil Arizona has provided detailed election coverage of every legislative district.

As a policy neutral organization, we were able to receive information from over 130 candidates, including 53 of the 90 projected members of the 2011 Arizona legislature.

Below is the Civil Arizona election coverage in each legislative district:


Find Your Representatives




LD-1 Prescott, Sedona
LD-2 Flagstaff, Navajo Nation
LD-3 Lake Havasu, Kingman
LD-4 West - Central Arizona
LD-5 Payson, Globe, Winslow
LD-6 North Phoenix, Cave Creek
LD-7 Cave Creek, Carefree
LD-8 Scottsdale, Fountain Hills
LD-9 Peoria, Sun City
LD-10 Phoenix Glendale
LD-11 Phoenix, Paradise Valley
LD-12 Goodyear, Litchfield Park
LD-13 Tolleson, Avondale
LD-14 Downtown Phoenix
LD-15 Central Phoenix
LD-16 S. Phoenix, Guadalupe
LD-17 Tempe, Scottsdale
LD-18 West Mesa
LD-19 East Mesa
LD-20 W. Chandler, Ahwatukee
LD-21 E. Chandler, Queen Creek
LD-22 Gilbert, South Mesa
LD-23 Central Arizona
LD-24 SW Arizona, Yuma
LD-25 Gila Bend, Willcox
LD-26 Oro Valley, Marana
LD-27 Central & West Tucson
LD-28 North & Central Tucson
LD-29 Downtown Tucson, S.,S.E.
LD-30 Green Valley, Sierra Vista











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