HB2041 – Requires robust fraud countermeasures for all ballots including universal, specific, and watermarked paper, holographics, specific ink, unique ultraviolet signatures, and a QR code linking voters to a web-based ballot tracker.
HB2054 – Requires the Secretary of State to use death certificates to remove voters from the AZ voter registration database.
HB2079 – Prohibits county Board of Supervisors from establishing election precincts that contain more than 1,500 voters. Requires ballots in a voting center be separated by precincts.
HB2080 – Requires ballots be counted by hand.
HB2235 – Exempted county Board of Supervisors from a pay raise in 2025.
HB2236 – Prohibits state agencies from registering voters without their request.
HB2237 – Makes day-of registration insufficient for voting in that election.
HB2238 – Ends the use of unmonitored drop-boxes.
HB2239 – Requires that damaged or defective ballots be duplicated by hand, not by machine.
HB2240 – Restricts voting centers to only voters in that county.
HB2241 – Requires identification to be verified at early drop box locations.
HB2242 – Requires the county recorder and Secretary of State to verify name, address, date of birth, and driver license number during voting registration.
HB2357 – Directs the Attorney General to conduct investigations into voter fraud and enforce subpoenas.
HB2358 – Requires county recorders to cancel voter registration when voter changes address out of county or state.
HB2359 – Requires that voting machines be further secured from unauthorized entry.
HB2360 – Directs the Secretary of State to operate the voter registration system with oversight from a committee of county recorders.
HB2364 – Adds identification requirements for pamphlets for school district override, initiative, and bond elections.
HB2492 – Requires that voter registration include proof of residence, date of birth, and an affirmation of citizenship.
HB2493 – This bill appropriates funds for county recorders to beef up their election security and cybersecurity.
HB2494 – Instructs the Secretary of State and each county recorder to publish online any voter registration events they plan to facilitate.
HB2569 – Prohibits any jurisdictions in the state from receiving private money to conduct elections.
HB2596 – This bill transforms our elections, requiring that all voters present identification, vote only on election day, and only in their precinct.
HB2621 – This bill forbids the State of Arizona from signing onto any consent decree or settlement in which the constitutionality or legality of our election laws are being challenged.
HB2792 – Forbids election officers from delivering a ballot in the mail to anyone who has not requested an early ballot for that election.
HB2793 – Forbids agencies from registering a person to vote unless that person requests to register.
HB2794 – Prohibits state agents from modifying any election deadlines.
HB2811 – Prohibits agents of the state from registering voters day-of an election.
HCR2021 – Declares the legislature’s support for the Electoral College and opposition against any effort to overturn it.
HCR2023 – Declares the legislature’s opposition to any effort by the federal government to usurp election control and administration.
HB2743 – This bill removes no-excuse mail-in ballots, reforms election precincts, eliminates voting centers, and prohibits voting machines.
HB2777 – Gives legislators the ability to call audits of county elections.
HB2778 – Prohibits the Secretary of State and County Recorders from using electronic registration information centers.
HB2780 – Requires county recorders to publish a voter roll before the election and ballot images after the election available for public review.
HB2783 – Increases the penalties for election crimes, including voter fraud.
HB2786 – Prohibits county recorders from accepting voter registration or an early ballot form from any non-official source.
HCR2025 – This bill puts the Voter ID Act before the voters in 2022, requiring that voters provide an identification to vote.
HCR2033 – Decertifies the 2022 election.
SB1119 – Requires online copies of ballots to be publicly available after elections.
SB1120 – Adds 19 specific fraud countermeasures to paper ballots.
SB1457 – Requires the Secretary of State to make sure voting machines meet security standards, cannot access the internet, and log user access to the device.
Protecting our Rights
- Pro 2nd amendment.
- Election integrity.
- Ensuring our state budget is always balanced.
- Protect free speech, due process, and our freedom of religion.
Jobs and the Economy
- Common sense policies that protect small businesses.
- Low state income tax for all to prosper.
- Low tax climate to help small businesses thrive.
- Limit government regulations to ensure healthy growth for employees and their families.
- A strong and secure border preventing illegal entrance.
- Properly funded and staffed police force.
- Protecting our most vulnerable by fighting human trafficking.
- Promoting a safe environment for our children & elderly.
- Full Accountability and Full Transparency that eliminates waste.
- Results-based funding that reward schools that are getting it right!
- School choice for all children.
- Freedom of speech protections on University campuses.
- Opposes comprehensive sex education in elementary school.