Arizona Horizon ‘Vote 2014’ Website offers election resources, including candidate videos
June 11, 2014
Videos of ‘Arizona Horizon’ Candidate Debates and Interviews Most Popular Feature
PHOENIX — (June 11, 2014) The Emmy Award-winning public affairs program, Arizona Horizon, has unveiled VOTE 2014, a comprehensive website to assist Arizona voters at azpbs.org/vote2014. The website focuses on candidate debates, including Clean Elections debates, and interviews with Arizona candidates by the show’s host and managing editor Ted Simons – named “Best TV Host 2011” by Phoenix New Times. Arizona Horizon is a flagship production of Eight, Arizona PBS.
Count on Eight for voter resources you trust. Visit azpbs.org/vote2014 to learn how to register, find your polling place, get links to candidate information, research the propositions, view Arizona Horizon interviews and watch all of the Clean Election debates.
In addition to its unique content, the VOTE 2014 website has information about local ballot propositions, voter registration, district maps, polling places, as well as links to candidate information, researching ballot propositions, various parties and voters groups, and a wealth of other resources for voters. “Vote 2014 was designed to provide Arizona voters with a complete toolkit to make informed decisions this election year,” says Simons.
Arizona Horizon airs at 5:30 and 10:00 p.m. weeknights on Eight HD (8.1 or Cox 1008), and at 7:00 p.m. on Eight’s World channel (8.3 or Cox 88). For more than 30 years, the show has developed a reputation as a reliable source of thoughtful and impartial public affairs reporting. Arizona Horizon was named the Arizona Capitol Times’ 2011 Leader of the Year in Public Policy and also received its leadership award for covering arts and humanities statewide.
Similarly, PBS has been ranked as the fairest network for news and public affairs. The same research called PBS America’s most trusted institution and an “excellent” use of tax dollars – for the eleventh consecutive year. The research was conducted in January 2014 by the independent, non-partisan research firm ORC International. Here’s a link to the latest data.
About Arizona PBS
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Arizona PBS is a member-supported community service of Arizona State University and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.