We're looking for people like you to join us to strengthen our democratic republic.

The Arizona Democracy Resilience Network (ADRN) is a cross-partisan initiative working for a more peaceful Arizona, where everyone can participate and have their voices heard.

Free, fair, and secure elections are the cornerstone of America's democratic republic. A peaceful democratic republic ensures the protection of individual rights, upholds the rule of law, and promotes stability.

How It Works

As polarization increases, so does the risk of political and identity-based violence. The ADRN brings Arizonans together who share a common concern for the future of our state and the mutual desire to build a more healthy democratic republic for all – regardless of political beliefs. Participants should:

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Lead by Example

Promote peaceful resolution of disputes and differences through constructive engagement within your networks and across communities.

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Provide Accurate Info

Share and create proactive messaging that promotes accurate information about our elections and build trust in our elections.

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Take Action

Counter acts of intimidation or violence through dialogue, conflict-sensitive communication, and rapid response planning.

Senior Advisors

Helping build a stronger democratic republic for all Arizonans!

Led by Senior Advisors Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Don Henninger, the Arizona Democracy Resilience Network (ADRN) is a cross-partisan initiative working to bring Arizona together and bridge our political divides.

Ron Barber

Democrat

Don Henninger

Republican