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Attend a Legislative District Meeting

If you live in Pima County, you live in one of the seven Legislative Districts (LD) that are partially or fully inside Pima County.

The greatest need for volunteers is at the Legislative District (LD) level. 

You should begin by attending the monthly meeting of your LD. Monthly LD meetings will give you the opportunity to connect with Democrats who live in your neighborhood. At your LD meeting, you will be able to choose a variety of ways to get involved in the upcoming elections. Frequently, there are presentations by elected officials, candidates and subject matter experts.

Join the Pima Dems Team as a PC

The most significant way you can get involved with the Democratic party is by becoming a PC. PCs are responsible for organizing neighborhoods, ensuring great voter engagement, and turning out the vote on every block.

Elected PCs are also eligible to vote and run for leadership positions in their Legislative District and County Party.

Attend a Democratic Club Meeting

There are a number of Democratic Clubs in the Pima County area that meet on a regular basis. Attend one of these meetings and you will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded community members and hear a variety of speakers, including elected officials, candidates, subject matter experts, etc.  At these meetings you will usually find out about other ways to get involved..

Join a Democratic Caucus

In Pima County, there are several Caucuses which strengthen the Democratic Party by providing voices and support for each of their respective members: African American Caucus; Disability Caucus; Education Caucus; LGBTQ+ Caucus and Women, Trans, and Femme Caucus. Each of the Caucuses is based on beliefs and basic human rights shared by the Democratic Party.  The Caucuses seek to recruit, organize, and engage their members to become involved in and participate in the political process. Outreach, education, and support of its members are important goals of each of the Caucuses. Meetings are held on a monthly basis.

Volunteer at HQ

Occasionally shifts open up at Pima County Democratic Headquarters for Help Desk volunteers. Individuals who work on the Help Desk must commit to a four-hour shift, either 9:30 to 1 or 1 to 4:30, one day a week. If you would like to be considered for one of these positions, please complete the following application. You will receive a call when a slot opens up.

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