One Arizona Table, a project of Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation, is a non-partisan partnership of a dozen organizations that promote civic engagement among Latino and immigrant communities, as well as other “low-propensity” voters, including women. It was formed in response to the passage of Arizona’s anti-immigrant law SB, 1070, in 2010. One Arizona sought to turn the Latino community’s anger over SB 1070 into political power through increased voting and civic engagement. Since its formation, One Arizona’s members have added over 100,000 Latino voters to the Permanent Early Voter List program (vote by mail) and played a major role in increasing Latino voter turnout in the state. In 2014, over 700 volunteers worked with One Arizona groups to knock on 104,344 doors in Pima and Maricopa counties to encourage residents to vote in the mid-term elections.
Unbound has supported One Arizona Table since 2012.