Candidate Filing Deadlines

Candidate Filing now begins on March 2, 2024

Candidate Filing closes on April 1, 2024 at 5:00PM

Precinct Committeemen Write-in Deadline is now April 15, 2024

12th Annual Udall Dinner

12th Annual Udall Dinner

Pima is the Path to a Flipped Arizona Legislature.

What happens in Arizona will have impacts felt nationwide. From the peaceful transfer of national power, codifying Roe, ratifying the ERA, Climate Change Policy, and Gun Reform – Arizona will guide the nation. We must win a majority in our state’s legislature, and that path to a majority runs right through Pima County.

Arizona Democrats are only TWO seats away from controlling the Arizona Legislature. There are 3 key districts in Pima County that will provide a direct “path to victory” statewide.

Pima County Legislative Districts 16, 17 and 23 are the path. Help us flip the Arizona Legislature – help us FIGHT FOR A BETTER FUTURE IN ARIZONA.


Keynote Speaker

Chair Anderson Clayton:

Gen Z political powerhouse, and youngest Chair of a state democratic party, Anderson Clayton. Chair Clayton serves as the current chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party – a battleground state and a must win for Biden.

Elected at only 25 years old, Anderson Clayton grew up in rural North Carolina and graduated from Appalachian State University. She worked on North Carolina Congressional campaigns before becoming a field organizer for the presidential campaigns of Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren, and then for the Senate campaign of Amy McGrath.

Chair Anderson Clayton ~ “I get asked all the time, ‘how are you a young person that’s voting for this guy…he’s the only president that’s ever looked at a place like where I’m from. I believe in that. Why would I not want someone to believe in people like me?”

Washington Post Feature on Anderson Clayton

New York Times Feature on Anderson Clayton

Politico Feature on Anderson Clayton

Ms. Magazine Feature on Anderson Clayton

Legacy Award

George and Marjorie Cunningham

Spirit of Arizona Awards:

Cathy Nichols | Arizona List

Cecilia Valdez | CWA Local

PCDP Recognition of Service

Andrés Cano | Former Arizona State Representative, LD20

Support the Pima County Democratic Party’s mission to flip Arizona – by joining us on May 11th at 6:30pm at the Desert Diamond Casino (Old Nogales Highway) for our 2024 Udall Dinner, as we rally our energy and fill the coffers to fight for a Democratic majority in Arizona’s legislature.

Complimentary Champagne Toast!


We will of course accept a check made out to: Pima County Democratic Party for “Udall 2024”.

Spirit of Arizona Awards

Every year we honor and recognize two leaders who help to elect Democrats and make impactful change in their communities. This year we honor Dr. Catherine Nichols, of Arizona List and Cecilia Valdez, local union leader and activist.


Marana Dems and Friends

Second Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8pm

For Zoom

link please contact: marana.demsandfriends@gmail.com

PCDP Press Release; Resignation of Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson.

TUCSON –  PCDP released the following statement on November 13, 2023

Supervisor Bronson has served our community for almost 30 years. Her depth of experience and commitment to Pima County genuinely humbles us. Supervisor Bronson made history in Pima County in 1999, when she became the first woman appointed to Chair of the Board. 

Our local government often has the most direct impact on our most basic freedoms and livelihoods. Supervisor Bronson has led the Pima County Board of Supervisors on many difficult decisions – her measured and professional approach to governing has served Pima County well.

PCDP wishes Supervisor Bronson a speedy and full recovery. We thank her for her service to our local government and opening doors for more women to run for elected office in Pima County. 

PCDP Endorses All Pima County Public School Bonds and Overrides on the November 2023 Ballot.

The Pima County Democratic Party supports public education in Pima County. Therefore the Pima County Democratic Party endorses all public school bonds and override elections on the November 2023 Ballot.

The Pima County Democratic Party acknowledges and agrees to the following:

Because Arizona’s local public schools are so critically underfunded, public school districts in Pima County rely on these bond override initiatives to pay for the basics – like teacher salaries, bus drivers, computers, basic building maintenance, safety equipment/improvements, full day kindergarten programs, and maintenance of music, art and athletic facilities and programs. Read More here

PCDP Endorses Proposition 413

PCDP Statement on Proposition 413 – salary raise for Tucson Mayor and Council

TUCSON –  PCDP released the following statement on Sep 25, 2023.

The Pima County Democratic Party endorses Proposition 413, that the City of Tucson shall provide an equitable and livable wage for Tucson City Mayor & Council in order to attract and retain top talent from all members of the community who might wish to serve. 

Click for full Press Release

PCDP Endorses Proposition 413

The Pima County Democratic Party endorses Proposition 413, that the City of Tucson shall provide an equitable and livable wage for Tucson City Mayor & Council in order to attract and retain top talent from all members of the community who might wish to serve. 

Full Press Release Here

GOTV Tucson!

GOTV Tucson!

Help encourage Democrats to vote in the upcoming City election! Pima County Democratic Party (PCDP) is coordinating a Tucson voter outreach during the month of October. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first-timer, we’ve got you covered. SIGN UP HERE

Sign Up for GOTV Tucson

You can choose to canvass and do it whenever it is convenient for you! We will provide you with:

  • Colorful, bilingual, informative voter guides to share with friends and neighbors.
  • A MiniVAN list that will take you to the doors of Democratic voters.
  • Instructions covering canvassing do’s and don’ts.
Sign Up for GOTV Tucson

Come to PCDP HQ with your smart phone and walking shoes any day starting October 5th to pick up the voter guides and start knocking on doors!
2302 E. Speedway Blvd., Suite 106
Mon – Fri 10am to 4pm
Sat and Sun 8am to noon

Or you can reach out to voters via texting whenever it works in your schedule!

Sign up here and we will send additional information to you on October 1st to get you started with canvassing and/or texting.

Canvassing and texting require MiniVAN know-how. If you need MiniVAN training, click on this link: https://mobilize.us/s/k75Z6h

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