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The Pima County Democratic Party is a volunteer led organization that focuses on electing Democratic candidates to local office. Our mission is to recruit, train, and support leaders who align their policies with our party’s progressive platform.

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Press Release from Pima County Democratic Party

TUCSON – The Pima County Democratic Party today announced that is has provided three legislative map recommendations to the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission for consideration.

HQ Happenings | November 2021

I’m so excited to serve as your PCDP Director! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself.

I was born and raised in Phoenix, and graduated from the UA (Bear Down!) in 2018 with a double major in Spanish and Political Science. Almost immediately, the statewide coordinated campaign recruited me as an organizer, and I relocated to Flagstaff. We knocked on doors, made calls, and recruited volunteers day and night to make sure that Democrats were elected up and down the ballot in the 2018 midterms.

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The Oath Keepers had “quick reaction force” teams prepared with a stockpile of weapons, ammo, and supplies at a nearby hotel on Jan. 6. One of those teams was made up of Arizona Oath Keepers, including Ed Vallejo, who was one of the 11 charged last week alongside Stewart Rhodes. https://twitter.com/scottkernest/status/1483859276309610497

😷 Mx. Scott Kelley Ernest 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧️@scottkernest

Firearms, a drone and 30 days of supplies: New details of Oath Keepers Jan. 6 weapons cache https://politi.co/3tGBVnA via @politico

This is what's gonna happen:

Republicans will control both chambers after 2022, they're going to impeach Biden/Harris consecutively on bogus charges. Who's gonna stop them, The Supreme Court? Lmao.

Then Republican Speaker becomes President and bam...it's over, fascism.

King, Durbin and Klobuchar among those taking lead. They’ve had discussions with Collins, Romney, Manchin and others. More talks expected tomorrow and will continue after next week’s recess

Electoral Count Act changes being circulated aimed at limiting ability of a joint session of Congress to throw out electoral votes. Updates process for states’ electors, clarifies Congress’ and VP’s limited role and narrows ability of lawmakers to challenge results, per summary

Asked Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, as she left the floor after casting her vote against changing the Senate rules, what she thinks the next steps on voting rights are.

“Have a nice night,” she said.

As a result of Sinema & Manchin’s betrayal, the likelihood of constitutional crises, democratic breakdowns, & rightwing political violence is higher today than it was yesterday. That's their legacy now.

Our legacy will be that we fought for & continued to fight for a democracy.

I am profoundly disappointed that the Senate has failed to stand up for our democracy. I am disappointed — but I am not deterred.

We will continue to advance necessary legislation and push for Senate procedural changes that will protect the fundamental right to vote.

Bernie Sanders on Manchin and Sinema: “These are people who I think have undermined the President of the United States” and they “can expect to find primary challenges” in 2024

“They have forced us to have five months of discussions that have gone absolutely nowhere,” he said

I'm sorry we lost, but I'm not sorry we fought for this. The generational struggle for a real multiracial democracy continues.

And Sinema will never win elective office again.

Tonight @SenatorSinema and the GOP proves once again why we cannot trust them to protect Arizonans right to vote. It is now imperative that Arizona elect a Secretary of State who will do what the U.S. Senate will not, uphold our sacred American right.

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