PCDP needs your support in elections up and down the ballot.
Any amount makes a real difference.
- HQ will be closed to the public until further notice. Read our Covid-19 plan here.
No Results Found
The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.
for all of Pima County
By Carolyn Classen -April 16, 2020 - as seen at Blog for Arizona.netEvery year the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission hosts statewide debates for the contested races in the Arizona Legislative Districts for the primary and the general elections....
Alison Jones –
Chair of PCDP
March was a tough one, in ways I never could have anticipated just a few months ago. We lost Pima County District 5 Supervisor Richard Elias suddenly, and he leaves a void that will be hard to fill. We are heartbroken for his wife, Emily, and his daughter, Luz,...
Cat Ripley –
“Somewhere in La Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember, a gentleman lived not long ago, one of those who has a lance and ancient shield on a shelf and keeps a skinny nag and a greyhound for racing”
Miguel Cervantes, Don Quixote 1605
On December 7th, the county wide committee of Precinct Committeepersons revised our by-laws and adopted our official PCDP Platform. You can read them here. In the future, you will find them under the About tab in the main menu.
Sign Up For Our Newsletter
Advocate for change
Would you like to run to be a delegate to the July Democratic Convention in Milwaukee, or are you just wondering how delegates are selected? Here is your chance to find out why we have Presidential Preference Elections and what they have to do with being a...
PCDP Chair Alison Jones introduced the elected officials and PCDP officers in the room, and recognized the many volunteers committed to turning Arizona blue. She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to Cat Ripley, PCDP’s Executive Director, for her tireless work and incredible contributions to PCDP.
At our August meeting, Merrill Eisenberg gave a thorough and inspiring presentation about the Outlaw Dirty Money ballot initiative.
Sept 12, 2019 at 5pm Whistle Stop Depot
By Richard Wiebe Midwesterners Maggie and Peter Winchell made Tucson their home for the same reasons many of us do: warm weather, warm people, and tamales that don’t come in a can. The Winchell family had ties to Tucson before making the Catalina Foothills home in...
We live our values out loud!
We depend on dedicated Democrats like you for funding & volunteer support as we move toward a Blue Arizona.