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Bonnie Heidler


Bonnie Heidler

Retired – Project Management

PCDP Statement on the 12th Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act

PCDP Chair Bonnie Heidler released the following statement celebrating the twelve-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which was signed into law on March 23, 2010 and has made healthcare more affordable and accessible for all American citizens. “Twelve...

Letter to Pima County Board of Supervisors

This letter sent by PCDP Chair Bonnie Heidler to the BOS February 14, 2022Pima County Board of Supervisors33 N Stone Ave., 11th FloorTucson, AZ 85701Via Email to Dear Pima County Supervisors: I am writing to you on behalf of the Pima County...

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First Vice Chair

Carol Schloff

Retired – Retail Management

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Second Vice Chair

Kalyanraman Bharathan

Retired – Econ. & Systems Engineer

Brian Bickel


Brian Bickel

Retired – Healthcare CEO

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Recording Secretary

Morgan Graham

Legal Assistant

Maria Parsons

Corresponding Secretary

Maria Parsons


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Headquarters Team

Miranda Lopez


Miranda C. Lopez

Director’s Cut | February 2022

We’ve finally arrived in 2022! Although the weather is staying nice, the heat is turning up for Democrats in Pima County! Our new legislative district maps are still going through an approval process by the Pima County Board of Supervisors. Once that is done, the...

HQ Happenings | November 2021

I’m so excited to serve as your PCDP Director! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself.

I was born and raised in Phoenix, and graduated from the UA (Bear Down!) in 2018 with a double major in Spanish and Political Science. Almost immediately, the statewide coordinated campaign recruited me as an organizer, and I relocated to Flagstaff. We knocked on doors, made calls, and recruited volunteers day and night to make sure that Democrats were elected up and down the ballot in the 2018 midterms.

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