RUN FOR OFFICE
Arizona House of Representatives, District 24
PRIMARY: Aug 2nd
Communications Manager, Rural Arizona Action
"I'm running for the Arizona House of Representatives because I have the courage and compassion to deliver the bold leadership that's needed. I know what it's like to be a young Latina here in Arizona, and I know that we deserve representation."
Analise Ortiz is a civil rights activist, a former journalist, and a born and raised Arizonan. During her time as a journalist she uncovered injustice happening in her community and knew she could no longer just report on the issues but had to start working to change them.
As a former campaign strategist with the American Civil Liberties Union, she helped stop several bills that would have infringed upon our right to vote and our right to access reproductive healthcare. In 2021, she helped pass a bill to improve conditions for pregnant women in prison.
Now the aunt to six young nieces and nephews, she feels like it’s up to the younger generation to get involved, change the system, and help set the next generation up for success.
If she's wins, she'll fight to invest in public schools, address the rising cost of housing, and bring good-paying jobs to our communities. She also believes that women need a young, female, progressive voice to ensure that their reproductive rights are kept intact in Arizona.
Call Time Manager
Henry got involved in politics at a very young age. He first started canvasing at 14-years-old. He met Analise during their work together at New American Leaders and decided to put his support behind her because she understands the issues of the district and he wants to see a younger voice in legislature.
Devynn heard about Analise's campaign through the Arizona Democrats. She was looking for a candidate to support and they told her that she should look into Analise. After going to her website she realized that her values completely aligned with Analise's campaign. She immediately reached out to Analise to offer her help. She has witnessed Analise's leadership skills and thinks that will translate when she is elected.
Gabe has never been very interested in politics until his sister decided to run. As Analise's older bother, he wants to support her in any way possible. He plans on knocking on doors, attending events, and helping her win this election.