NAWBO to Focus on Civic Engagement

The March 11 NAWBO Civic Engagement Day begins at 10:45 a.m. with networking and a dynamic keynote speaker, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Phoenix, AZ, February 07, 2015 –(– Join members of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) from Tucson, Sedona and Phoenix and their guests on March 11 as they collaborate …

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January Voter Registration Numbers Released

Michele Reagan improving elections

PHOENIX – The first voter registration numbers of 2015 have been compiled and released by Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Voter registration numbers have been compiled from all 15 county recorder’s offices and placed on the Secretary of State’s website. “During the campaign, I stressed the importance of registration and I am pleased to see …

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Secretary Reagan joins Childhelp advisory board


Secretary of State Michele Reagan is the newest member of Childhelp’s Advisory Board. Secretary Reagan will play an integral role in protecting the children of Arizona’s communities. “I’m incredibly honored to have been selected to be on Childhelp’s Advisory Board,” said Secretary Reagan. “I look forward to working with former colleagues and fellow board members …

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Secretary-elect Michele Reagan announces leadership team

Arizona Capitol

Secretary-elect Michele Reagan announces leadership team Deputy SoS, Election Director, Chief Financial Officer and Communications Director named Scottsdale – Arizona’s 20th Secretary of State Michele Reagan has announced the members of her incoming administration. The new leadership team consists of Lee Miller as Deputy Secretary of State, Eric Spencer as State Election Director, Liz Atkinson …

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We did it!


For the past thirteen months, I have been traveling our beautiful state meeting residents, listening to their concerns and promising to provide them with open and honest elections. On Tuesday, all that hard work paid off! With your help, we came out victorious in our bid for Arizona Secretary of State.  I cannot thank all …

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