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AFRICAN AMERICAN CAUCUS
The goal of the Pima County African American Caucus is to increase engagement of African Americans and people of African descent in the political process through avenues including organizing neighborhoods and running for office. It also serves as a voice within the Democratic Party to ensure the party remains active in our communities on local and state levels.
Chair: Connie DeLarge – email@example.com
The Latino Caucus of the Pima County Democratic Party is focused on outreach, inclusion, and political training. The mission of the Latino Caucus will be to engage and organize the Latino community in local, state, and National elections by ensuring full Latino representation in the Democratic Party and all levels of government. The goals of the Latino Caucus are to:
- Establish a mechanism in the Democratic Party for Latinos to get involved and participate in politics
- Engage in outreach and register Latino Democratic voters
- Establish an annual Democratic Party Latino Leadership Institute to identify, train, and support Latino Candidates. These programs will ensure a long-term commitment to the Latino community.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF THE SANTA RITA AREA
DEMOCRATS OF GREATER TUCSON
DEMOCRATS OF ORO VALLEY
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Welcome to the Nucleus Club of Pima County, your monthly stop for smart and engaging politics. Our monthly forums feature a wide range of local, state, and national topics from our region’s top speakers.
We invite you to join us on the second Thursday of the month (January – October)
Viscount Suite Hotel
4855 E Broadway
5:30pm – Cocktails and Appetizers
6:00pm – Program
Receptions are free of charge for all current members of the Nucleus Club and Catalina Democrats.
Non-members will be asked to make a contribution of $20 at the door or in advance.
Becoming a member is easy!
Click here to find out more.
The Nucleus Club is the backbone of Pima County’s Democratic Party, ensuring that we can focus on our core mission: supporting working families and electing Democrats in Southern Arizona.
Proceeds from membership dues go to the Pima County Democratic Party to maintain the top-notch resource center our candidates and volunteers depend upon.
Join our monthly newsletter by emailing: Nucleus@PimaDems.org
Your Nucleus Club Board of Directors:
(Updated May 9 ,2017)
Supervisor Richard Elias
Carmen Prezelski, Ash Silverburg, Lurline Cook, Paul Felix
Sue Tucker, Adam Regan, Joseline Mata, Shasta McManus
Democratic Nucleus Club of Pima County
PO Box 13432
Tucson, AZ 85732
(leave a message for Ash Silverburg)
Dues may be paid or renewed online at:
PIMA COUNTY WORKING YOUNG DEMOCRATS
The Pima County Young Democrats (PCWYD) is an official chapter of the Young Democrats of Arizona. We provide a gathering place for working-age individuals who share an interest in building a vibrant Democratic Party and electing Democrats to local, state, and national office.
The Young Democrats of Arizona is one of the oldest youth political organizations in the Western United States, and is also one of the largest in the country. Founded in 1933 as one of the early chapters of the Young Democrats of America, YDAZ is the official youth arm of the Arizona Democratic Party and is the best place for Democratic activists between 14 and 35 years old.
PCWYD meets the last Wednesday of every month at various locally owned bars. Please check our Facebook page for this month’s location.
Visit our Facebook page for up to date information: https://www.facebook.com/pimayoungdems
Pima County Young Democrats Officers (Elected 2016)
President – Sierra Yamanaka
Vice President – Alex Kack
Secretary / Treasurer – Vacant
PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATS OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA
SUN CITY ORO VALLEY DEMOCRATIC CLUB
TANQUE VERDE VALLEY DEMOCRATS
Our club is a grass roots organization for Democrats and independents who live, work, or have substantial interest in the Tanque Verde area, or the adjacent Sabino Canyon/Kolb corridor, and north of Speedway. Our primary marketing area consists of 25 precincts.
Formed after the 2004 election, we currently have over 170 members, and charge no dues. The club holds periodic meetings with prominent speakers, and has eight very active committees, ranging from Get out the Vote to Issues Discussion and Action. There are lots of ways for you to become involved and make a difference! We invite you to join us! For more information, go to our website.
Contact: Luci Messing, firstname.lastname@example.org, cell 591-7615