The Arizona Lobbying Handbook explains what lobbying is, including rules for lobbying in the state of Arizona. The handbook gives definitions of frequently used terms, reporting obligations, frequently asked questions, checklists for a variety of tasks, and statutes applicable to lobbying.
Filers may upload completed filings and make principal and public body registration payments or waiver requests online via the lobbying filing portal. A.R.S. § 41-1232.07. All current forms are deemed to be made under penalty of perjury with a conformed signature. A.R.S. § 41-1232(A). Filers will receive an email if their upload to the portal is successful.
Information regarding lobbying in the state of Arizona can be found on our website and in the Arizona Lobbying Handbook. This guide has helpful information for those new to lobbying as well as already registered lobbyists – including what needs to be filed, when, and by whom.