News Isn't Red or Blue

August 29, 2012

KJZZ Enews

Want to  make a difference this election season?

Help promote the informed, accurate and credible coverage you count on from 91.5 KJZZ by joining our News Isn’t Red or Blue campaign and staking a KJZZ yard sign in front of your home or business.

It’s a  great way to help KJZZ reach a greater number of people who can benefit from  the news, civil discourse and facts they’ll need to cast an educated vote this Nov. 6.

Photo of a proud KJZZ employee next to yard sign


Feeling a sense of pride? Take a photo next to your sign and send it in along with a caption we can share with other KJZZ fans.


You can pick up your sign at KJZZ's Spot 127 Youth Media Center, Subaru Superstore of Chandler, Changing Hands Bookstore Wag N' Wash Phoenix and Scottsdale, and these Rio Salado College sites:

East Valley Veterans Education Center
Rio Salado College Administrative Headquarters
RSC Avondale
RSC Downtown
RSC East Valley
RSC Lifelong Learning Center
RSC Northern
RSC Orangewood
RSC Southern
RSC Thomas

We also encourage you to post a News Isn't Red or Blue sign on your Facebook, Twitter (#RealNews) or other social media accounts.

Special thanks to Subaru Superstore of Chandler, Changing Hands Bookstore
Wag N' Wash Phoenix and Scottsdale, Local First Arizona and Rio Salado College for their in kind support.


Yard signs cannot be staked on public land. Home owner associations may not permit yard signs, please check with your association. Individuals are entitled to pick up more than one sign.

KJZZ 91.5 Election 2012 logo.  News and analysis you can trust.

A 2010 NPR survey revealed that listenership is comprised by a fairly equal number of people who consider themselves liberal, moderate and conservative. We at KJZZ understand and respect the diversity of NPR listeners and Valley residents and we’re committed to facilitating civil discussions with newsmakers and citizens who bring a wide diversity of opinions to the table. We hope you will engage in the dialogue this election season by participating in surveys and sharing questions for candidates, suggestions for topics and your personal stories with KJZZ reporters.
Mark Moran, KJZZ Associate General Manager of News and Editorial Strategy



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