HARDER TO CHEAT INITIATIVE
Building confidence in our democracy.
Our election system is our legacy, and our future. Let’s make it a more perfect system, by making it a little easier to vote and a little harder to cheat.
EASIER TO VOTE
Let’s make Arizona’s General Election Day a state holiday. Our democracy is worth celebrating. Since most in Arizona vote by mail, let’s ensure voters can track their ballot online – when it was mailed out, when it was received back, when your signature and ID have been checked and approved. So voters will have the confidence that their vote will count. Let’s expand voting hours on the last day of early voting till 7:00 pm. And let's help get the ballots counted by 11:00 pm on Election night.
Makes General Election Day a state holiday.
Allows voters to track their ballot online.
Extends till 7:00 pm the last day of early voting.
Helps get the ballots counted by 11:00 PM on election night.
HARDER TO CHEAT
Let’s build confidence in our elections by expanding observation rights for ALL parties. To protect the vote from cyber-attack, let’s make sure our voting machines aren’t connected to the internet. And so everyone can see, let’s anonymously post online an image of every ballot cast. Let’s make sure no one in the position of spending taxpayer money can use it for political gains, by prohibiting election communications based on race, ethnicity, gender, age or political party. And lastly, let's put some penalties in place if anyone violates our election laws.
Expands election observation rights.
Prohibits internet connections of voting machines.
Requires online posting of ballot images.
Prohibits taxpayer-paid elections communications based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, geography, political party.
Penalties for failure to follow the law.
Our elections belong to all of us. That’s why we think it’s important that we all have a chance to vote in November on this initiative to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat.
We need to gather 237,645 signatures from Arizona’s registered voters in just the next few months, so we all can vote this November to strengthen our democracy. Please help by signing the petition, and passing the petition amongst your friends.
And if you want to either volunteer or join the campaign as a paid volunteer gathering signatures please contact us right away using the form to the right, or:
Phone (833) 4AZ-VOTE (429-8683).
Lee Miller previously served as the Deputy Secretary of State for the State of Arizona. This made him the chief operating officer for the Department of State; a wide-ranging enterprise with more than 160 employees and a budget of more than $7 million dollars. Most people associate the Secretary of State’s Office with its role as the chief elections official for Arizona, but the Department’s activities include a large Business Services division as well as management of the State Library and Archives, State Museum as well as oversite of programs such as the Address Confidentiality Program and the Braille and Talking Book Library.
Lee’s professional career includes a unique blend of political, legal and business experience. He served in Washington as a legislative aide to Congressman Eldon Rudd and Congressman Jim Kolbe. Following law school he was an attorney for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation investigating financial fraud in the banking and savings and loan industries. He took that experience and joined Fleet Bank in Boston, MA and participated in what was then the largest recovery of failed bank assets in the history of the FDIC. That experience evolved into senior management positions with commercial and residential securities trading firms.
As one of the State’s few experts in campaign finance he has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Arizona Capitol Times, the Arizona Republic, the East Valley Tribune and appeared on many of the area’s television and radio outlets, including National Public Radio and Horizon.
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Scottsdale, AZ 85260
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