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Notes From The Chair | Nov 1 2022

By Bonnie Heidler  We are now in the home stretch—the 2022 General Election is just a week away. All the LDs are busy contacting voters to get out and vote. Voter turnout in this midterm election is essential for Democrats to win up and down the ballot. But the...

Director’s Cut | September, 2022

PCDP Director Miranda Lopez With 34 days left to register voters for the midterm election, let’s take a moment to reflect on everything that Democrats have achieved over the last few months, and the work that we still have to do. President Biden’s administration has...

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June 24 Protests and Events

We'll be updating this post throughout the day as we get more information about events going on around Pima County. Most recent update: 6/24 12:55pm Click here to read our Chair's statement on today's SCOTUS decision Click here to see protests and petition events in...

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Press Release: SCOTUS Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

TUCSON – PCDP CHAIR, BONNIE HEIDLER released the following statement on the Supreme Court Decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: The Supreme Court has taken a giant step backward for human rights in its ruling on the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health...

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Additional Office Hours

Additional Office Hours

Since we are rushing to get in signatures for ALL the initiatives we have at the office, starting THIS WEEK Pima Democrats will have extra office hours available this Friday (June 17) and next (June 24). The purpose of these extra hours is to give volunteers extra...

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In Memoriam: Barbara Jo Cain

In Memoriam: Barbara Jo Cain

Barbara Jo Cain, political activist, friend and mentor, passed away Friday, June 3, 2022 after a lengthy illness. She was 85 years old. Barbara was related on her mother’s side to Harry Truman and her father was a precinct committeeman in Phoenix. Naturally, she grew...

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Director’s Cut | June, 2022

Director’s Cut | June, 2022

PCDP Director Miranda Lopez Can you believe we are already halfway through 2022? With less than six months until the midterms, I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for the work you have done this year. Through our office’s efforts, we have not only ensured...

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Memorial Day – PCDP Office Closed

Memorial Day – PCDP Office Closed

The PCDP office will be closed today in honor of Memorial Day. We will re-open tomorrow with our normal hours. Please take a moment to check for NEW notary office hours on our Calendar.

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In Memoriam: Herschella Horton

In Memoriam: Herschella Horton

Credit: Arizona Daily Star Democratic lawmaker and Tucsonan, Herschella Horton truly made a difference in the lives of Arizonans. In 1989, there were only a handful of women elected to the Arizona State Legislature; Herschella was one of them. Herschella Horton called...

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State Committee Meeting, Public Forum, and More

State Committee Meeting, Public Forum, and More

What a way to start the day! Today we were joined at the PCDP office headquarters by more than 70 volunteers and staff from Pima County Democrats, Mission for Arizona, and the Arizona Democratic Party! Thank you to all of our volunteers who helped us launch this event...

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Discussion 4 Democracy | Corporation Commission Recording

Watch our virtual sit down with Corporation Commission candidate Lauren Kuby; Sandra Kennedy was unfortunately not able to make it. Please make sure that you tell your family and friends to vote for both Commissioner Kennedy AND candidate Kuby this year!...

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Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day 2022, Pima County Residents! This year’s Earth Day theme is “Invest In Our Planet”. Today we’d like to bring attention to the current climate change issues affecting Pima County. Over the last several years, Pima County has experienced many of the...

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PCDP Statement on Anti-Trans Legislation

PCDP Statement on Anti-Trans Legislation

TUCSON – PCDP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE APPOINTEE JAMES CERASIA released the following statement on the recent passage of anti-trans bills SB1138 and SB1165, which restrict access to gender-affirming care and ban sports participation for transgender children in Arizona....

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EC Votes to Support Proposition 411

The Executive Committee voted on April 4th to support Proposition 411, which offers a means of funding road and infrastructure repairs WITHOUT raising local taxes. In 2017 the citizens of the city of Tucson passed a half-cent sales tax called Proposition 101 to...

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Letter from the Director – April 2022

Letter from the Director – April 2022

For the last month and a half, our office has been dedicated to helping candidates get the signatures they needed to get on the ballot. With regular Saturday Signature Slams and various canvassing groups, we now have a long list of Democratic candidates in each Pima...

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LD21 REORGANIZATION MEETING SUMMARY

On April 2nd, Legislative District 21 held a meeting to elect members of its new board. The LD21 new board members are: Chair – Jacqui Bauer First Vice Chair – Mike Weingarten Second Vice Chair – Luis Perales Treasurer – Michael Cosgrove...

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LD20 REORGANIZATION MEETING SUMMARY

On March 28th, Legislative District 20 held a meeting to elect members of its new board. The LD20 new board members are: Chair – Anakarina Rodriguez First Vice Chair – Leslie Stalc Second Vice Chair – Michael Bryan Treasurer – Maria Hinojos Secretary – Amanda Bruno...

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LD19 REORGANIZATION MEETING SUMMARY

On April 2nd, Legislative District 19 held a meeting to elect members of its new board. The LD19 new board members are: Chair – Matthew Boyd First Vice Chair – Jeanne Buell Second Vice Chair – Sue Breen Treasurer – Patty Cervantez Recording Secretary – Helen Boyd...

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LD18 REORGANIZATION MEETING SUMMARY

On March 22nd, Legislative District 18 held a meeting to elect members of its new board. The LD18 new board members are: Chair – Susan Bickel First Vice Chair – Diane Nevill Second Vice Chair – Linda Horowitz Treasurer – Brian Templet Secretary – Mary Keerins...

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Volunteer Spotlight | Margaret Lacey

Volunteer Spotlight | Margaret Lacey

I have been volunteering in the office since April of 2019. By the time the office closed for COVID, I was working all day on Fridays as the Friday volunteer coordinator. When we closed, I continued to volunteer from home by checking voicemail messages and responding...

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Constable Candidates Need Signatures!

There are lots of opportunities to help Constable candidates collect signatures this weekend! Click here to see your JP District! These candidates need your help: Kristel Ann Foster - Justice of Peace JP8Deborah Martinez - Constable JP8Esther Gonzalez - Constable...

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