With an abundance of candidates and policy issues that stand to impact the small business community in this year’s primary and general elections, voting has become increasingly important for small businesses in Arizona. As a result, many businesses are now recognizing the significant impact policy and elected officials have on the wellbeing of their business.
The Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) is thrilled to bring an important elections-related discussion to our local small business community through our signature Arizona Speaks event, hosted virtually on May 11th. Arizona Speaks brings together policymakers, business leaders, small business owners and entrepreneurs to talk about topical issues affecting the small business community. Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer will present key information about Arizona’s voting system in a non-partisan, fact-based, interactive manner to share critically important information about our voting process in advance of the critical 2022 primary and general elections.
Moderated by Jenn Daniels, a former mayor, small business owner, and member of several statewide boards, the hour-long virtual event will be an informative and energetic discussion to learn more about election laws, voter registration, and election administration from the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office and Elections Department.
Arizona Speaks: What You Need to Know About Elections in Arizona
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
10:00 am – 11:00 am
The Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) was founded in 1973 and serves as the collective voice of small businesses in Arizona by driving a better environment for all of us to do business. Today, ASBA is focused on delivering statewide education, mentoring, networking, and advocacy programs, providing innovative entrepreneurs with the resources necessary to grow and evolve in an ever-changing marketplace.