Do you know that Maricopa County has Early Voting Centers?  That means that you can vote before election day at a location near your home or work!  You just go in with your ID and they print out your particular ballot while you wait.  Super easy!  Here's the list of locations:

Don't wait.  Added bonus--you are taken off all the campaign lists and the calls/door-knocks STOP!  


Yard Signs Are In! Request One Here

We welcome anyone who would like to support Tonya by requesting a yard sign to share Tonya's name and message with your neighbors ahead of this very important election. Please click here to request a yard sign!

Thank you for your support!


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New District Office Opening This Saturday!

Legislative District 15 Office Grand Opening
1524 W. Bell Road, Ste. #7
Saturday, August 4th
3PM - 5PM

MEET Tonya MacBeth plus other special guests!

Join us for refreshments and check out the new campaign office!
Be part of turning Arizona blue!


Early Ballots Are in the Mail!

The primary election is now under way! Early ballots will be arriving in mailboxes over the next couple of days. If you or anyone you know has questions on voting, please visit Maricopa.Vote for more information. You can also contact me at orfind us on Facebook and help share our page and messages with your friends and neighbors. I look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail!





Honored and proud to be endorsed by...


This recognition is very meaningful to me. The work of AEA on behalf of teachers and students must be championed! Together we will advocate for our students and teachers to improve education in Arizona! #AEAfund #RedforEd


Now is the time to take a stand for women's healthcare. Will you stand with me? #PPAZ #AZList


Your help is greatly appreciated.  If you are able to make these events, please send me a text at 480-788-3706 or click "going"  at 

Voter Outreach for Tonya

Saturday, July 28th at 10:30am - Knocking on Doors
Cabin Coffee Café - 6525 W Happy Valley Rd, Glendale

Saturday, July 28th at 4pm - Knocking on Doors + After-Party
Black Mountain Distillery - 30855 N Cave Creek Rd, # 140 Cave Creek

Sunday, July 29th at 9:30am - Knocking on Doors + Donuts
Rainbow Donuts 6245 E Bell Rd #115, Scottsdale

Thursday, August 2nd at 5:30pm - Knocking on Doors
Creek Patio Grill - 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek

Saturday, August 4th at 2:30pm - Knocking on Doors and Making Calls
Desert Broom Library 29710 N. Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix


Working Hard to Represent You!

I've been hard at work knocking on doors and reaching out to voters every chance I get for the opportunity and privilege to serve you in our Arizona Legislature. We need a change of leadership in this state and I'm committed to continuing the fight for affordable healthcare that covers pre-existing conditions, growing local job growth, and restoring funding for quality education for the children and adults in our communities. Primary election ballots arrive in mailboxes on August 1st! Did you know that over 80% of our district votes early / by mail?The election is really the early part of the month of August. If you have any availability to help me make change possible, please contact me at or find us on Facebook and help share our page and messages with your friends and neighbors. I look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail!



Make AZ Better Without Spending A Dime

The Arizona Legislature has the power to make the lives of Arizona's citizens better without spending a dime. By using the power of the law! Here's a list of things I'd like to accomplish at the legislature, without raising taxes: 

1. Comprehensive anti-discrimination legislation:  The protections many Arizonans rely up are being eroded at the federal level.  The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been instructed to remove all employment protections from the LGBTQ community.  Arizona can and should require that all workers receive protection in the workplace.  We can ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and make it illegal to discriminate against women--equal pay for equal work!  Major employers support these laws.  There is a real push by the GOP to prop-up discrimination in public accommodations (movie theaters, services and restaurants).  We can keep AZ from becoming a laughing stock, again. 

2.  Banish the pre-existing condition exclusion:  The Arizona Department of Insurance decides which insurers are permitted to provide insurance to Arizonans.  The legislature can and should require that any health insurance company serving our community is prohibited from discriminating against persons with pre-existing conditions or based upon gender.  As a cancer survivor, I know that I would not be able to purchase health insurance if the pre-existing condition reared its ugly head in the marketplace.  We can't return to the days when so many couldn't purchase insurance.  

3. Mandate Internet Neutrality:  Arizona can join 20 other states that mandate net neutrality to their citizens.  Why does this matter?  Arizona wants to attract the tech industry and has made great strides to accomplish this goal.  If Arizona's procurement rules required all internet companies that provide services to the state (we're a huge customer) to maintain internet neutrality for all Arizona customers, we'd set the marketplace standard.  Why does this matter?  Net neutrality allows new companies to compete on the same level as large companies that have the market share to demand that their companies have superior access to customers, hobbling new companies.  

4. Repeal our 1960 abortion law.  In the event the Supreme Court reverses Roe v. Wade our existing abortion prohibition law would automatically be enforceable.  Repeal the law, protect the right. 

Laws matter! 


Healthcare access

Proud To Be Endorsed by PPAZ

This is the second time that Planned Parenthood Advocates has chosen to endorse my candidacy.  Planned Parenthood serves more than 90,000 women, men, teens, and parents through preventive and restorative health care, and education.  I support evidence based sex-education, contraceptive access, preventative healthcare and cancer screening.  The efforts to keep men and women from accessing healthcare services must be stopped.  For those who are faced with the most difficult prospect of ending a pregnancy, Planned Parenthood is there, too.  But for their education and contraceptive care, many more would be faced with that most serious choice.  

Ms. N.B was the sponsor of a bizarre and unconstitutional law--requiring doctors to tell their patients that chemical abortions were reversible!  This law was based on a the theory of one doctor with a handful of patients.  Thankfully, when faced with an impending court ruling, Governor Ducey repealed the law.  That's only one example of Ms. N.B.'s effort to get between a woman and her doctor.  This session, Ms. N.B. championed a law that requires doctors to take document the reason a woman has made the most personal and difficult choice to end a pregnancy.  Doctor's already talk to their patients about domestic violence and abuse--this new law is just another attempt to invade the confidential doctor-patient relationship.  That's the last place the government belongs.