Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
HOW THEY VOTED
If you want to find out how AZ legislators voted on various issues, you are in luck because there are dozens of sites where you may get that information. Some of those sites are very difficult and inconvenient to use. Some are relatively friendly and easy to navigate. I believe that the one I have created falls in the easy category.
You may access it by going to Facebook or MeWe and searching for AZRRT or Azpeopleslobbyist. If you don’t use social media, you may access it directly by going to https://bit.ly/37xFq3E
Using this system may be best illustrated by working through an actual case. For example, let’s assume you have heard a rumor that there is a movement afoot in the AZ legislature to grant illegal immigrants discounted, in-state tuition rates at state universities, using your tax dollars to grant the discount, and you want to check it out.
First, gain access as indicated above. The file that appears contains a list of the legislative bills we are tracking, sorted alpha-numerically. Most likely, you don’t have a bill number, and will want to conduct a key word search. Enter in the search box a keyword, for example “tuition”. You will notice that “tuition” appears several times, one of which is the row containing senate bill SCR1044, which is exactly what you are looking for. You will learn that this bill passed in the Senate Education Committee 6-2 because all Democrats and three Republicans, Pace, Boyer, and Shope, voted YES. This is good information to know when evaluating candidates at the next primary election. It will also be useful to learn that two Republican senators opposed this bill, namely Barto and Gray.
If you wish to fact check this information, or want to learn more about this bill, you may do so by clicking on the bill number contained in the first column.
We only track bills that you and other like-minded people want tracked. You may suggest bills to track via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.