Thank you for supporting the Arizona List mission: to elect pro-choice Democratic women to office across Arizona. Below you will find descriptions of our membership levels, memorial donation information, and how to donate to Arizona List.

 

MEMORIALS/TRIBUTES

LINDA HALE BARTER TRAINING FUND

This fund, established in memory of Linda Hale Barter, will help fund training of Arizona List endorsed candidates. Learn more about Linda and this memorial fund here.

If you are donating in honor or memory of someone else, please include their name in the comment box below. Thank you. 

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

As part of the Leadership Council, you will receive special invitations to periodic political briefings and events. To learn more about joining our Leadership Council, please read below and email [email protected] if you have questions.

BASIC MEMBERSHIP

Our mission is to elect pro-choice Democratic women to political office.

Through our extensive statewide network we recruit, train, support and elect women to political office from diverse backgrounds to represent their communities.

Our vision is to change the face of power in Arizona.


BECOME A FRIEND OF ARIZONA LIST

Our Friends of Arizona List members pledge to donate a regular amount each month on a credit card. You can choose as little as $5 a month, or even $15, $25, or more. Your contribution provides the stability we need in order to make smart decisions and plan strategically for the future. You will also receive special insider briefing memos, personal copies of research, political alert emails, and more.


THE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL

The Importance of Visionary Leadership

The Leadership Council is the influential group of donors who are investing in a long-term vision for Arizona by electing more progressive Democratic women to office. Because of the generosity of Leadership Council donors, we are able to maintain a year-round political department that meets the needs of women who want to run for office.

Your commitment to the Leadership Council ensures that women’s voices are part of the conversation on school boards, in city council, in state legislature, and in statewide offices.

The Leadership Council also provides in-the-field training for our interns to help develop the next generation of leaders.