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The last of the petitions – check back for updates

Thank you for your patience. We have been scrambling over the last 48 hours to get volunteers to help us with staffing the office over the long holiday weekend.

As of 6/30 at 12pm 1:15pm, these are the updated hours and information for PCDP headquarters regarding petitions. Questions should be sent to director@pimadems.org

NEW PCDP Hours

  • OPEN Friday, July 1st 10am to 4pm
    • A notary will be available from 10am to 4pm
  • OPEN Saturday, July 2nd 11am to 1:30pm
    • Notary will be available 11am to 1:30pm
  • OPEN Sunday, July 3rd 12pm to 3pm
    • Notary will be available 12pm to 3pm
  • CLOSED Monday, July 4th
  • OPEN Tuesday, July 5th 10 to 4pm
    • Notary will be available from 10am to 4pm

If you want to sign a petition

You can come in during any of the hours listed above. There are also many signature gathering events happening over the weekend. Click here for a list of locations where petitions will be available to sign: https://azreproductivefreedom.com/?page_id=16714

Make sure to check in on social media for last-minute petition signature events!

If you want to collect signatures

Stop by the PCDP Headquarters to pick up petition sheets. We need all Pima County petitions completed and notarized by Tuesday, July 5th. They will be driven to Phoenix on July 6th. Please try to get your petitions notarized over the weekend BEFORE you bring them in on Tuesday.

We will have a notary available on Tuesday, if you need.

Are you a notary?

Consider volunteering by going to this link: https://www.mobilize.us/pimadems/event/470097/

HQ Happenings | May 2021

Cracking the ice: summer has officially arrived!

I wanted to take a moment here, as we head into the summer of 2021, to give you an update on what’s been going on here at the office. I am planning to write more of these monthly blog posts so you can see how PCDP is working every day to elect Democrats up and down the ballot here in Southern Arizona!

As you may already know, we onboarded a new PCDP administration in January of this year. Since then, there have been a few changes, but we are now fully staffed with a Chair, First Vice Chair, Second Vice Chair, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Operations Coordinator, Social Media Strategist, Website and Graphic Designer, and Director. In addition, we also have some new interns in the office who are helping with everything from our communications to fundraising.

PCDP is cautiously optimistic that we may soon host an office re-opening event where people can come in to meet our new folks!

In the meantime we have started to open our office again to volunteers, who have dedicated their time to make sure our office operations continue to run smoothly. We’re also planning hybrid events, where people can join either in person or via Zoom. 

Of course, we have continued to build our strategy for how we are going to contact the 18,000+ Democrats in Pima County who are now at risk of being removed from the AEVL list. We also monitor #fraudit and redistricting, both of which threaten the integrity of the elections process. Every day as restrictive abortion and voting rights laws continue to pass in the Arizona state legislature we are reminded of what is at stake if we do not act.

The 2022 campaign season has already begun, and we need your help to make sure we are ready to fight for the next 17 months so we can keep Arizona blue. 

On election night of 2022, as the results start coming in from all over the state, I do not want to be asking myself if I could have done more; I know I will have done all that I can to ensure that Democrats win up and down the ticket.

If you haven’t already this year, please take a moment to think about all you are doing to help elect Democrats, and ask yourself if there is any room to take on more. Whether it is increasing a donation, committing to volunteer, or writing to your representatives, every act of political engagement will enable PCDP to fight for your Democratic values.

I am incredibly grateful to be working with such a wonderful community, and I’m excited to see where we will take PCDP next!

Thank you, and stay safe!

Miranda Lopez – Director PCDP

LD 9 Event Update

LD 9 Event Update

LD 9 chair Kim Holaway has a quick update of upcoming events you might want to attend.

August 15 Social 7-8:30 am – hosted by Brian Bickel, LD 9 treasurer and candidate for Pima County Treasurer. Tucson Mall 4500 N. Oracle. Meet at the Starbucks near the Food Court.

Sept 7 “And Then They Came for Us” 6:30 – 9:00 pm – PCDP Headquarters, 4639 E. First Street. You will not want to miss this Highly Acclaimed Film and the following discussion. “Knowing our history is the first step to ensuring we do not repeat it. The film includes footage of Japanese Americans who were imprisoned, making the obvious connection between the ways Japanese were portrayed during World War II and how Muslims are currently being portrayed.” Film by Abby Ginzberg and Ken Schneider Featuring George Takei. Sponsored by LD9 and the PCDP and The Asian American Pacific Island Caucus. $5 Suggested Donation.

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