Join volunteers from all over Arizona to learn about the magic of doing multi-touch outreach to the same voters, ideally in your own neighborhood.
Outreach based on relationships is one of the most effective ways to get voters engaged.
We’ll talk about the types of voters to target, the timeline for multi-touch outreach leading up to the 2022 midterms, and walk you through multiple scenarios for having productive conversations with voters.
ADP State Committee Meeting (for State Committee Members) is today! Voter contact efforts are taking place beforehand all over Arizona, for anyone to join in.
Part I – Morning Canvass
We are starting off the day by partnering with Mission for Arizona to launch a 9AM canvass from our Headquarters on 4639 E First St. All Pima County leadership are encouraged to take part. ADP Chair Raquel Terán will be joining us to knock on doors.
With Arizona Republicans creating barriers to voting, we have to do everything we can here in Pima County to ensure each and every Democratic voter knows about what is at stake in November, their options for voting, and the importance of voting for Democrats at every level of government!
Today we were joined at the PCDP office headquarters by more than 70 volunteers and staff from Pima County Democrats, Mission for Arizona, and the Arizona Democratic Party!
Thank you to all of our volunteers who helped us launch this event so successfully! A special shoutout to our Volunteer Team Leaders Mary Ellen “Emi” Martinez, Chris Criley, Kathleen Edelman, and Margaret Lacey!
At 9am, we heard from AZ Democratic Party Chair Raquel Terán, Pima County Party Chair Bonnie Heidler, and Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick on the critical role of volunteers to turn out the vote in November. Now it is important for us to lay the groundwork so that when the right time arrives our efforts will efficiently turn out voters.
After hearing from our speakers, more than 20 canvassers launched from the office to go out and talk to Democrats about the midterms!
Then at 12pm the Arizona Democratic Party’s hybrid State Committee Meeting commenced. There were watch party locations all over the state, including here at the office where Democrats were invited to watch and participate.
During the State Committee Meeting, we also heard from Senator Mark Kelly and Britney Fonteno, the president of Arizona Planned Parenthood. They reiterated the urgency of what is happening throughout the country; the stakes have never been higher!
Finally, our Communications Director Shelly moderated a virtual Discussion 4 Democrats forum with Superintendent Kathy Hoffman. Superintendent Hoffman discussed the future of Arizona educators and took questions from the audience. You can watch the entire forum on our Discussion 4 Democracy page here.
With less than six months until the November election, today’s events re-energized Democrats all over the state! We are ready to buckle down and do the work that is needed. We ask that all Democrats in Pima County take a moment to think about how they can best support us, whether financially or through volunteering. Your engagement will increase the number of conversations that we have with voters in Pima County!
Join AZ List this Sunday, March 27 10am-2pm at Ft Lowell Park by the pond to sign candidate petitions for Democratic women running for office all over Pima County! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the event!