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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
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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...
It’s been a hot summer for voter registration! Teams have been trying out new ideas, partnering with other LDs, and the Field Team 6 organization. LD9 teams tried voter registration at laundromats in July, which they’ll repeat in September or October.
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.
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...
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