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May 26, 2015

PHOENIX – The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records (State Library), a division of the Secretary of State, has issued more than a half-million dollars in grants throughout the state for various library projects. The grant money was made possible with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

May 7, 2015

For centuries, notaries have been an integral part of society. In fact, “Notarius” as they were called, prepared contracts, wills and other important documents in the Roman Empire.  Since then a lot has changed, but not the way someone files an application to become a notary public in Arizona, until now. 

May 6, 2015

PHOENIX – High school students in metro Phoenix won the 2014-2015 American Bar Association Magna Carta Video Competition for their video: “Magna Carta: What’s So Great about the ‘Great Charter’?” Their accomplishment is being celebrated Wednesday, May 13 at 3:30 p.m. by the State Library of Arizona at the Arizona Capitol Museum.

May 6, 2015


What:    Arizona Forward’s “34th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards” travelling exhibit in partnership with SRP

When:   Ongoing through May 13th

Where:  Arizona Capitol Museum

Price:    Free

The Arizona Capitol Museum (AZCM) is hosting an exhibit of the 2014 winners of Arizona Forward’s “34th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards” through May 13th. 

May 4, 2015

The latest voter registration figures have been released and according to Secretary of State Michele Reagan, Arizona has fallen to 3,235,690 registered voters, a decrease of 11,485 since the last report in January. 

Of the state's 3.2 million voters, 34% are Republicans, 28% are Democrats and 36% have either registered with independent parties or not designated a party preference.  

April 26, 2015

PHOENIX – Two teens from Glendale Public Library created a winning video for Collaborative Summer Library Program’s Teen Video Challenge, “Unmask.”  The Teen Video Challenge is a national competition to get teens involved with reading and their public library's summer reading program.  Luis Morales and Jamie Larson’s video, “Unmask the Story Within You” shows teen readers immersing themselves in the many wo

April 22, 2015

Secretary of State Michele Reagan is pleased to announce she has obtained two new and simple domain names to make it easier for people to locate information related to voter registration and election information — and  The new web addresses direct web traffic to the election information page of the official website of the office,

April 15, 2015

Phoenix – While Arizona’s 52nd legislature wrapped up business with a number of noteworthy accomplishments, perhaps none will have more of an impact on our system of elections than HB2649.  The legislation signed by the Governor this week protects individuals who come together to simply express their First Amendment rights from burdensome government regulation.

The new law comes in response to a federal court ruling that Arizona’s definition of a political committee was “vague, overbroad and consequently unconstitutional in violation of the First Amendment.”

April 14, 2015

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April 13, 2015


What:    Temporary memorial to Governor Raúl Castro

Beginning:    Monday, April 13th (end date TBD)

Where:    Arizona Capitol Museum, Historic State Capitol, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix

Price:    Free Museum entry and parking

The Arizona Capitol Museum has brought together a collection of memorabilia to memorialize the life and legacy of Governor Raúl Castro. 


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