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Please join us for our second installment of the PCDP Film Series night!On Sunday, November 10th, we will begin at 4 pm with a one hour reception before the film, to honor our Veteran's a day before Veterans Day. There will be cake and refreshments!...
Alison Jones –
Chair of PCDP
By Alison Jones Tucsonans will soon receive their ballots in the mail for the city mayor and council races. And what a slate of candidates we have! Regina Romero, after serving 12 years on the City Council, is uniquely qualified and ready to take on the mayoral duties...
Cat Ripley –
By Cat Ripley, Executive Director Summer blew by and September hit us with a flurry of events, ending in the announcement that our first Democratic presidential primary candidate, Beto O’Rourke, plans to visit Tucson for a town hall on Sunday, October 6. Check the...
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By Alison Jones Special to the Arizona Daily Star
My Republican counterpart’s letter regarding “Medicare for All” is filled with misinformation and fear-mongering. By reading HR 1384, the Medicare for All (M4A) bill, his points can be easily refuted. But first, let me be clear, M4A will not undermine our entire health-care system. The same doctors and hospitals will continue to practice and operate.
LD11 has been working with Field Team 6 to register voters in Tucson and the surrounding area. We have held two 2 day events, the latest being on July 22 and July 23. Gil Wier from our Voter Registration and Contact Issue Action Committee is coordinating the events and he reports that a total of 234 forms for voters have been submitted to the Pima County Recorders Office.
In early July, volunteers sent letters welcoming 485 newly-registered Democrats in our LD, suggesting ways to get involved with LD10 Democrats. The project included a “Letters to New Voters Mailing Party,” which drew 27 participants.
LD 9 chair Kim Holaway has a quick update of upcoming events you might want to attend.
By Richard Wiebe Looking for a change of scenery, nurse practitioner Jan Labate found it in 1975 when she took her Boston accent, upbringing and education (Harvard, Northeastern, UMass, Faulkner Hospital) to Chinle, on the Navajo reservation near Four Corners. Three...
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