2020 Overview Building on the four State House seats Future Now Fund-endorsees flipped in 2018, Future Now Fund was able to help flip a fifth seat in 2020. FNF-endorsees also flipped a seat in each chamber. Though the balance of power didn’t shift in either chamber, just one seat is needed in each to shift the balance of power. With FNF as the primary national partner for the caucus and candidates, the state legislature has the narrowest margin in history. In 2016, the last election before FNF worked in Arizona, almost 8,400 were needed to flip votes to break the House Majority. In 2020, it would have taken just 1,028. 2020 Election Highlights Our two-time endorsees, Representatives Jennifer Pawlik, Jennifer Jermaine, Aaron Lieberman, and Domingo DeGrazia, will join first-time Representatives Judy Schwiebert and Stephanie Stahl Hamilton at the state capitol. In the State Senate, we achieved one of our two needed flips to advance our ultimate goal of flipping the chamber, with two-time FNF-endorsee and former Arizona Teacher of the Year Christine Marsh. In 2020, she won by fewer than 400 votes – a margin of just 0.4% – almost the mirror image of 2018, when she ran for the seat and lost by fewer than 300 votes. Three FNF-endorsed House candidates — Felipe Perez, Coral Evans, and Kathy Knecht — lost their seats by less than 4% of the vote. Two FNF-endorsed Senate candidates – AJ Kurdoglu and Douglas Ervin – lost their seats by about 5% of the vote.