How many doors have we knocked in AZ? Which congregations are collecting petition signatures? How can I check how close my congregation is to becoming a Good Trouble congregation?

Check out your congregation's electoral impact and progress to Good Trouble designation on our new UU The Vote dashboard here!

The dashboard will 
automatically update with all electoral activities submitted to the reporting form at 
Help strengthen voter protection efforts by volunteering as a poll observer:
Poll observers monitor how an election is administered and report issues so that they can be handled in a timely manner. Poll observers are needed for early vote, on Election Day, and for ballot tabulation. Sign up to learn more here or email Mariah.
🎉 Congregational Celebrations
- Celebrations for Valley Unitarian Universalist for knocking on 164 doors and collecting 94 signatures for ballot initiatives
- Shout out to the UU the Vote team at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix for already making 500 calls and writing 790 letters
- Congratulations to the Good Troublemakers at Unitarian Universalist Church of Surprise for recruiting over 5 poll workers and/or poll observers
Become a poll worker: Poll workers are an essential part of democracy and the election process. Counties rely on poll workers to work on Election Day, throughout the early voting period, and, in some cases, after election day. No matter the role, poll workers are vital to the success of elections in Arizona.

Arizona General Election
- Last day to register to vote: Oct 11
- Last day to request a mail-in ballot: Oct 28
- Last day to return ballot by mail: Nov 1
- Election Day: Nov 8

📢 The reporting form is live: Submit your electoral efforts here to help track your congregation's progress to becoming a Good Trouble CongregationDon't forget to add the work you have already done collecting signatures for ballot initiatives, writing letters, phonebanking, and more! The form is available at
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