The Citizen's Clean Election Commission of Arizona: Election Year 2016  /  Content, Social, Digital


The primary barriers to voter participation in elections––from local to national––are the feelings of being overwhelmed and confused by the information out there and by the agendas and partisan politics it may be attached to. In short, voters don't know what to do, where to go, or who to believe.

The Citizen's Clean Elections Commission is a government office that provides simple, unbiased election information to the voting public. This is not "Rock the Vote." The CCEC cannot, by law, encourage voter participation or take sides. They can only provide voters with information so they can make informed decisions on Election Days.

Since the information they make available is very straight-forward and dry, we needed to find a way to present it in a memorable way.

Early Voting.




Local Issues.


Local Debates.


Rich Media Banner: Arcade Claw.


Rich Media Banner: Candidate Compass.


Rich Media Banner: Why Guess?


What's a Presidential Preference Election? Watch and learn.


Social posts kept voters informed, engaged, and up-to-date with the latest information, interesting election facts, and motivational messages.