Arizona Wins is a lobbying organization that operates as a coalition of advocacy groups and labor unions working to advance left-of-center policies in Arizona.
The group is the Arizona affiliate of America Votes, a national left-of-center lobbying and advocacy coalition that supports left-of-center issue advocacy and expanding voting access. America Votes has more than 400 state and national partner organizations pushing progressive policies. 
The organization says it focuses on voter registration, voter engagement, voter mobilization, election protection and issue advocacy. 
Arizona Wins was founded in 2011 to oppose election integrity measures, enforcement of immigration laws in Arizona and for broader left-of-center labor and economic policies. 
In 2018, the organization spent $34,047 to help get Democrats elected to the state legislature. It spent all that money in the general election, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Of that, the organization spent $33,241 on three Democratic candidates. The other $806 was spent against Republicans. 
Arizona Wins, similar to other groups like it, rarely discloses its donors. 
Brendan Carr, a Republican commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, has inquired why two liberal nonprofits used revenue from a federal program meant to provide broadband internet for public schools to instead fund progressive political projects. Carr sent letters in July 2019 to three groups, Voqal, North American Catholic Educational Programming Foundation (NACEPF), and Rockne Educational TV. The letter from Carr to Voqal President John Schwartz said, “In your latest annual report, you highlight a number of donations you have made to political and advocacy groups. Organizations by the same name as two of your grantees — Arizona WINS and WIN Minnesota — appear to expressly advocate for the defeat of political candidates.”