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“Trump encouraged a terrorist mob to rampage through the Capitol,” Heidler said. “He is unfit to hold the nation’s highest office and must be removed. At least four Americans died during the riot and at least 360,000 Americans have died of COVID-19. Trump is responsible for both, and sadly all four Republican U.S. Representatives are complicit.’’
Attention PCs! Learn more about who is running for chair. Even if you are not a state committee member, you may have opinions to discus with those who are. Both Raquel Teran and Sarah Tyree have confirmed that they are running for AZDP chair and they will participate...
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America celebrated the first Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday 35 years ago. It has since evolved into a day of service in Dr. King's honor. The day calls on each of us to contribute however we’re able, be it through a community-service project, educating...
Bonnie Heidler | Chair of PCDP
Two years ago, as a relative unknown, I asked for the chance to lead PCDP in a new direction. You gave me that vote of confidence, for which I will always be grateful. I hope I have fulfilled your expectations.
Now, as my term winds down, I’m reflecting on the challenges we faced, the lessons we learned, the successes we had, and where we fell short. But first, I must thank so many people who volunteered for our party and did the hard work.
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The AZ Democratic Party is are pleased to announce the Every Candidate Counts, Every County Counts, speaker series. We want to make sure Arizonans get to know their Candidates and Representatives in...
By Eve Shapiro, M.D. and Richard Wiebe*
As paychecks disappear for millions of Americans, so does their health insurance — at the worst possible time.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposes the most fundamental flaw of the for-profit health insurance system: Lose your job, lose your healthcare. Over 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits; the Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that 27 million will lose their health insurance.
Medicare for All means healthcare for all – with or without a job. It operates under the principle that healthcare is a right, not a privilege reserved for those who can afford it. When you get sick, you go to the doctor with no worries about deductibles and co-payments.
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...
Congratulations to our new LD9 EC Representative to Pima County Democratic Party Executive Committee, Juan Pablo (JP) Martin! Have you seen it?Check out the Request to Speak (RTS) video on the LD9 website home page. It is a short You Tube tutorial to...
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.
By Richard Wiebe
Golfers Joanie and Jim Allison grew to love Tucson during their February visits to Dove Mountain’s Accenture Match Play Championship golf tournament. When asked about her proficiency as a golfer, Joanie would only say the greenskeepers of Alexandria, VA, celebrated when the Allisons retired to Tucson in 2012.
Joanie leads Thursday’s morning and afternoon volunteer crews at PCDP headquarters. Now working from home, she returns phone calls and answers questions about everything from voter registration to road repair. Her favorite calls are inquiries about registering as a Democrat.
“I enjoy interacting with the public, and I look forward to returning to the office and our merry band of volunteers,” she said. “Alison and Cat are so supportive. We all learn from each other, but Alison and Cat are special.”
We don’t want to focus on it—there is too much important work to do—but they need to go.
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