Our approach is simple: Take a principled, aggressive stand in support of our issues and policies.  Unlike other organizations in Arizona, the Free Enterprise Club is not afraid to stand up to powerful politicians and special interest groups that want to maintain the status quo.

The Club strives to be a leader and ally for taxpayers and businesses, and our members play a key role in this effort.  Arizona needs to have a unified voice promoting economic freedom and prosperity, and the Free Enterprise Club is committed to making that happen.

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Become a member and join our fight to turn Arizona into the economic engine of the southwest! There are two ways you can participate:

  1. Sign up for the Club’s free email newsletter, which is a great way to stay up to date on the latest issues and events.  Click here to sign up!
  2. Donate to the Arizona Free Enterprise Club. Your generous contribution will go directly towards assisting us in promoting our mission and holding politicians accountable in Arizona.  Click here to make a donation!



*The Arizona Free Enterprise Club is an IRS recognized 501(c)(4) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Club are not deductible for income tax purposes.

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