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The Pima County Democratic Party (PCDP) will host virtual debates for Democratic primary candidates in four county races.

PCDP second vice-chairperson Joel Feinman said, “We have a fantastic group of Democrats running for county office this year. We are happy to be able to provide voters a forum to hear their ideas, and ask the candidates questions about their visions for creating a better and more democratic Pima County.”

Virtual debates may be viewed on PCDP’s Facebook page.

All virtual debates begin at 1:00 PM.

May 30                 Assessor Candidates Brian Johnson, Suzanne Droubie and Dustin Walters;

May 31                 County Attorney Candidates Laura Conover, Mark Thomas Diebolt, Jr. and Jonathan Mosher;

June 6                   Recorder Candidates Kimberly Challender and Gabriella Cazares-Kelly;

June 7                   Sheriff Candidates Kevin Edward Kubitskey and Chris Nanos.

PCDP Executive Director Catherine Ripley will moderate the County Attorney virtual debate and former Arizona State Representative Tom Prezelski will moderate the other virtual debates.  Those who want to submit questions for the virtual debates may do so at info@pimadems.org.

There are no primary elections for Superintendent of Schools and Treasurer.

Arizona’s primary election is scheduled for August 4.  Ballots are mailed on July 8 to voters registered for Permanent Early Voting.