Legislative District 9
Her advice to people who are considering campaigning for Democrats is: “Don’t be afraid. There’s always something that you can do. Don’t be intimidated by maybe a Republican neighbor, or others that you think might not like you because you’re out there campaigning for Democrats. I plow through and I think the best way to change what’s happening in this country is to change who’s in charge.”
The following statement may be attributed to Alison Jones, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party It comes as no surprise that a lawless president would ignore a longstanding agreement to consult with the Tohono O’odham Nation before blasting lands held sacred for...
By Richard Wiebe “The county party needs a platform,” Tucson attorney Bill Reisner told his friend, Phil Lopes. “Let’s make it happen.” The challenge was a perfect fit for Phil, a, longtime party activist and four-term state representative. From joining...
In-person meetings canceled until further notice due to Covid-19. Please contact LD to find out if there is any other infomation about unlisted virtual options.
LD 9 meets every fourth Tuesday
at Water of Life Metropolitan Community Church
3269 N. Mountain Avenue, Tucson
Click to check our calendar to see what’s coming up in LD9. This is a very active LD and more complete information may be available on their website.
- 100% of LD9 is located inside of Pima County.
- Approximately 69% of registered voters in LD9 live in unincorporated Pima County.
- 30% live within the Tucson City boundaries
- less than 1% live in Marana and Oro Valley.
- There are 57 Precincts in LD9.
LD 9 Representatives in the Arizona Legislature
1st Vice Chair
2nd Vice Chair
Executive Committee Representatives
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