Voter Engagement in Arizona’s Community Health Centers

The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers is pleased to be participating in the Campaign for America’s Health Centers.  This project, sponsored by the National Association for Community Health Centers (NACHC), seeks to actively promote voter registration and engagement efforts in local health centers. 

A strong nonpartisan advocacy effort helps ensure that state and federal public officials provide adequate funding and thoughtful healthcare policies for Community Health Centers. Through a successful campaign, we can show that health centers support public officials who care about access to quality, affordable healthcare.

We are encouraging everyone that utilizes community health centers to register to vote and support your policies that affect your health center, ensuring it can continue to provide healthcare to everyone in the community it serves.

Please consider filling out this short form to receive reminders to vote, information on how to support Community Health Centers, or simply be added to the list of registered voters that support the Community Health Center Program.

Important Dates for Upcoming Elections:

July 30, 2018
Last day to register to vote in Primary Election

August 28, 2018
Primary Election Day

October 9, 2018
Last day to register to vote in General Election

November 6, 2018
General Election Day

For more information about voting in Arizona, the Community Health Vote Campaign, or how you can get involved,  please visit:

The Campaign for America’s Health Centers

Arizona Vote for Healthcare

Arizona Office of the Secretary of State

Speak Out Arizona: A Civic Engagement Campaign

We would like to thank Adelante Healthcare, Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Desert Senita Community Health Center, El Rio Health Centers, Marana Health Centers, North Country HealthCare, Sunset Community Health Centers, Mariposa Community Health Centers, Mountain Park Health Centers, Native Health, and Wesley Community Center for their participation in our Voter Engagement Campaign in 2012.

Together, we were able to register 2000 voters in our health centers before the registration deadline!