Early voting in Arizona has begun, and science is on the ballot. With the state's dry climate, its capital city has shattered records every year. Indigenous communities have limited access to electricity, putting them at risk in extreme temperatures. And Arizona could create nearly 60,000 long-term jobs if it invests in its renewable energy resources. 'We can fix things and make the world better, but we have to vote,' explains Bill Nye. Arizonans can get their absentee or mail-in ballots until October 23 or vote early in person until October 30. This video "Bill Nye Wants Arizona to Vote for Science", first appeared on https://nowthisnews.com/.