Currently we are recruiting volunteers, building our ranks now to impact the 2022 election. We need phonebankers! You can make calls at HQ (meet new people!) or from home. Eventually volunteers will register voters, knock on doors and support candidates who bring our PCDP ideals to government.
Not ready to make calls yet? Add your name to our general list to let us know your skills. Also collecting names for in-kind donations of goods and services. Can you feed the volunteers? Provide live music for events? Have new auction items? We want to know!
Meet Some of Our Volunteers!
- What are some of your favorite parts of volunteering here in the office? I enjoy the interaction with the people that want to be Democrats and/or want to get involved in making change in our state...
Volunteer at HQ According to a new voter registration report, there are 254,320 registered Democrats in Pima County; that’s about 14% of the total number of Arizona Democrats! 18,540 of those...
Patti is a born and raised Tucsonan who, after attending the University of Arizona, became a pharmacist. She always kept up with politics, but the “chaos and insanity of 2016” brought Patti to the PCDP Headquarters, and she’s been volunteering ever since, making calls and answering the office phone. Although she’s learned a lot from working here over the last five years, Patti says that her favorite part about volunteering is really the people she has met while working in the office. Even though it is quiet for the time being, there is still plenty to do. We are so grateful for all the (socially distanced) work Patti has continued to do in preparation for PCDP to re-open!
Other ways to get involved
If you live in Pima County, you live in one of the seven Legislative Districts (LD) that are partially or fully inside Pima County.
Volunteering with both County
and your LD is effective!
Precinct Committepersons are responsible for organizing neighborhoods, ensuring great voter engagement, and turning out the vote on every block. Filling all the vacancies is important for full representation. You first term is appointed, after that PC’s gather signatures to become Elected PC’s.
Elected PCs vote for the leadership in Legislative Districts and County Party.