AZ Politicians React to Mass Killing

Thanks to Arizona Agenda for collecting these reactions to the tragedy in Texas: U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego tore into Sens. Ted Cruz and Kyrsten Sinema, throwing out fuck-yous, which offended the Republic’s opinion writer Phil Boas enough to spend a whole column on errant curse words but not a word on how to prevent these weekly tragedies. (Perhaps Gallego’s language offended some, but we’re guessing his emotion […]

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It’s Not the Democrats Who Have Lost Touch with Voters

It is not Democrats who have lost touch with the voters, but the Republicans who are adopting an unpopular and extreme agenda. The most vital question is whether Democrats can convince the voters in time. Bear with us here. The current polling would indicate that the public wants Republicans in control of Congress. The RealClearPolitics polling average shows […]

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What the Events of the Last Day Mean for Democrats

It’s an election year and Democrats have struggled for a message. If we didn’t recognize it before, we now clearly have one: Do Americans want to hand the direction of the country over to a party that is likely to outlaw or severely restrict abortion, make it harder to vote, allow the banning of books, […]

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Early Voting Has Started for May 17 Special Election

The Coconino County Recorder’s office has mailed 65,300 early ballots to registered voters for the upcoming May 17 Special Election.  The Coconino County Democratic Party urges a “Yes” vote on Prop 438. Early voters that are on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and have not received their ballots by Tuesday, April 26 should call the Elections […]

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Democracy Is A Moral Position

Democracy is a moral position. Defending the right of human beings to control their own lives is a moral position. Treating everyone equally before the law is a moral position. Insisting that everyone has a right to have a say in their government is a moral position. Insisting that your position is the one to […]

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U.S. House Is in Our Hands

The most competitive House race in the nation is right here in Arizona. We have the best candidate for the job. Now it’s up to us. Congressman O’Halleran as featured in the New York Times.

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County Seeks Election Workers for May 17 Special Election

The Coconino County Elections Administration has reached out to us about Election Board Workers (EBW) in preparation for the May Election. EBWs serve as poll workers at different polling locations in administering elections. EBWs are members of the political parties, but on Election Day, they represent the County. There are a few EBW positions still […]

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Urgent Push for LD6 Candidates

We’ve got one Legislative District in Coconino County that is sure to deliver three Democrats in our statewide push to take back the legislature. But that can only happen if we get our Democratic candidates on the ballot by collecting enough signatures for them THIS WEEK (not next weekend — NOW). Here’s a tweet from […]

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Eleanor Roosevelt Award Nominees

The Eleanor Roosevelt Award is presented annually to members of our community whose work and service to the people of Coconino County embody the ideals of Eleanor Roosevelt.  This year we have five nominees. Our Executive Committee faced a tough choice. Their decision will be announced and the award presented on Sunday, April 3, during […]

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Announcing Keynote Speakers for Roosevelt-Kennedy

Our 22nd Annual Roosevelt-Kennedy Fundraiser event culminates on April 3 with an in-person event featuring the Honorables Sandra Kennedy and Lauren Kuby: A Team of Strong Women running for Statewide Office in Arizona’s 4th Branch of Government — the Corporation Commission. Sandra Kennedy started her public service when she was elected to the Arizona House of […]

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