The Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission is a nonpartisan, voter-created body that works to ensure the integrity of the state government and foster public trust in the political process. A recent survey conducted by Education Forward Arizona has revealed that Arizona voters have a sense of pessimism about the state's overall direction, with 50.6% saying they're going in the wrong direction - the highest number since the COVID pandemic. The survey was conducted to better understand voter priorities in education and complements the findings of the Arizona Voter Agenda, which was coordinated with the Arizona Center for the Future. This survey expands on the Arizona Electoral Agenda and shows that education is an important issue for Arizona voters.
It was supported by the Helios Educational Foundation, the Arizona Community Foundation, the Pharos Foundation and the Rodel Foundation of Arizona Thomas R.John May and Selianna are two experienced professionals who are working together to ensure that all political spending is compliant with regulations. John has a degree in political science from the University of Arizona and a master's degree in public policy from Arizona State University. Selianna previously worked in the Department of Homeland Security during the Obama administration and has extensive experience in legislative roles, having worked in both the Senate Democratic Caucus and House Democratic Caucus in the Arizona State Legislature for eight years. After earning his degree in economics from ASU, he served as an economist on the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, focusing on tax, retirement and unemployment policy. She has spent more than two decades promoting P-20 education at both state and national levels in political and promotional roles.
Most recently she served as senior vice president and head of policy and community impact at Education Forward Arizona. John earned his bachelor's degree from Tulane University and has a master's degree in Urban Planning and Public Policy from ASU. Political campaigns in Southern Arizona are addressing education policies through various initiatives. The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is providing funding for campaigns to ensure clean funding and other political spending comply with their rules. The Helios Educational Foundation, Arizona Community Foundation, Pharos Foundation and Rodel Foundation of Arizona Thomas R are supporting surveys to better understand voter priorities in education.
The Joint Legislative Budget Committee is focusing on tax, retirement and unemployment policy while Education Forward Arizona is promoting P-20 education at both state and national levels. John May, Selianna, and other experienced professionals are working together to ensure that all political spending is compliant with regulations. Through their efforts, they are helping to improve public trust in the political process while also promoting education policies that will benefit Southern Arizona. The initiatives taken by these professionals are essential for creating a better future for Southern Arizona. By ensuring clean funding for political campaigns, they are helping to restore public trust in the political process. Additionally, their surveys are providing valuable insight into voter priorities in education which can be used to create policies that will benefit all citizens of Southern Arizona.