Arizona's political party for cool people: highly-educated, high-income, sophisticated people who appreciate diversity and care about our less fortunate sisters and brothers.

We've banded together to make Arizona less of a shithole by voting out the backward majority who've made the state a backwater and a bicoastal joke.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Secretary of State Ken Bennett Announces that the Arizona Americans Elect Party is STILL the Fastest-Growing Political Party in Arizona, with Over 8% Growth Since the November 2012 Election

PHOENIX, Feb. 5 - For the fourth time in ninth months, the office of Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett has announced the latest Arizona voter count showing that the Arizona Americans Elect Party has remained the fastest-growing political party in the state, increasing its membership by more than 8% in just the three months since the November 2012 election. While the new figures show the number of registered Republicans and Democrats declined, the Arizona Americans Elect Party's membership has grown over 74% since March, when it had 148 members.
"From 177 registered Americans Elect Party members in August, we have increased our number to 258 voters," said Richard Grayson, Supreme Leader of the Arizona Americans Elect Party and Americans Elect Party 2012 candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District. Stephen Dolgos of New River was the 2012 Americans Elect Party candidate in the Eighth Congressional District.  The Americans Elect Party candidates for Congress from Arizona garnered the fourth highest number of votes in 2012, finishing ahead of the long-established Arizona Green Party.

"We are planning to run a candidate for Governor and all state and federal offices in 2014, when we are assured of being on the ballot again," said Grayson, who also holds the titles of Capo di Tutti Capi and King Moshiach of Arizona Americans Elect. "You too can join the cool new party in town where everyone is welcome." 

The motto of the party is "Let's make Arizona less of a shithole."