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Civics 2.0 | “What’s On My Ballot?”

Civics 2.0 | “What’s On My Ballot?”

Greer Warren and Gail Kamaras will talk about the offices we are voting for on the November 2020 Pima Co ballot, from Constable to President.  We will talk about the function of each office and why it is important to vote the whole ballot in this vitally...

Pima Dems Outline Vision for Police Reform

The Pima County Democratic Party (PCDP) adopted a blueprint for fairer and more effective police protection for Pima County residents.  “The old ways of policing in America are not working, and the problems with policing are deep-seated and systemic,” the...

Fire at Phoenix Headquarters – Statement

We are heartbroken to hear of the fire at the offices of the Maricopa County Democratic Party and the Arizona Democratic Party last night. We understand the cause is under investigation at this time. While the timing could not be worse, we are grateful that no one was...

PCDP Chair Denounces Protests At Officials’ Homes

The Pima County Democratic Party denounces a recent protest, and an announcement of upcoming protests, in front of Tucson Mayor Regina Romero’s house. Protest can be an effective form of free speech, but taking protests to the homes of elected officials–or anyone– can be perceived as threatening. Everyone has the right to feel safe in their own home. I did reach out to my GOP counterpart regarding this issue. He looked into the matter and assured me that the Pima County GOP did not sanction the event last weekend, nor did they plan any such future events. He very clearly stated that he considered this action completely inappropriate.

Protests should be staged at public venues. Bringing protests to a private home escalates it from free speech to a form of intimidation. This cannot be the new normal in Tucson.

Alison Jones, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party.

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