Katie Hobbs Casts Her Ballot

With Arizona’s future on the line, Hobbs is encouraging every Arizonan to make their voice heard this election

PHOENIX – This morning, Secretary of State and Democratic nominee for governor Katie Hobbs cast her vote by dropping off her ballot at a voting location on ASU’s campus. 

“This is the most important election for governor in Arizona’s history. The stakes could not be higher. This race isn’t about Democrats vs. Republicans – it’s about sanity vs. chaos,” said Hobbs, urging Arizonans to make a plan to vote. “The question now is: do we want a governor whose entire platform boils down to being a sore loser or a governor who will get the job done for Arizona?”

With the future of Arizona’s economy, reproductive access, education, and so many other crucial issues on the line, it’s more important than ever to ensure that every Arizonan makes their voice heard at the ballot box. Voters with an early ballot should put it in the mail today, and after today, make a plan to drop it off at any voting location or ballot drop box before 7pm on Tuesday, November 8th. 

In the final stretch of the election, Hobbs and volunteers across the state are rallying Arizonans to get out the vote.