Join Supervisor Jeronimo Vasquez and Coconino's Director of Health and Human Services Kim Mussleman for a discussion about Covid vaccines: what the options are, where you can get an appointment, who is eligible, your health and safety, community impacts, and more. Bring your questions for this bilingual conversation. Monday, Apr 12th 6PM MST, 7PM MDT
Interested in possibly becoming a Precinct Committee Member or volunteering with the Coconino County Democratic Party? Information/training sessions are offered every week on Tuesdays - the times alternate each week, beginning at noon or 5:30 PM. (See calendar for specific schedule.) If you are unable to make one of the regularly scheduled meetings, special arrangements […]
You may have heard about Georgia's voter suppression bills - well we have a number of voter suppression bills going through the AZ legislature too! Time is of the essence - these bills are likely to pass their second chamber next week, and then be signed into law by Gov. Ducey. These bills include: SB1485 […]
The Democrats of the Red Rocks (DORR) Breakfast at Home will host “How The Big Lie is Undermining Voting Rights” on Thursday, April 15th at 10:00 am on zoom. The zoom link is available on the DORR website https://democratsoftheredrocks.org/index.html. Darrell Hill, Policy Director for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona, will analyze the impact of voter suppression bills […]
Our Senator Sinema stands in the way of passing some of the most important reforms of our time by preventing the Senate to end one of their rules—the filibuster. This rule requires 60 votes to pass any legislation. Whether it's a labor reform, federal minimum wage, Medicare for All, or anything that puts people before […]
The Arizona Democratic Party Asian-American/Pacific Islander Caucus is hosting a campaign snapshot workshop on the 18th and 25th of April for anyone interested in running for office/campaigning. Anyone who is interested is welcome. Sign up: https://bit.ly/campaign-wkshp to receive a link to the Zoom event.
At this Environmental Council meeting, we will meet the rural county Democratic party chairs including Greenlee County Democratic Party Chair Sue Breen, Yavapai: John Lutes, Coconino: Ann Heitland, Santa Cruz: Frances Glad, Mojave: Mary McCord, Cochise: Elizabeth Tindell, Pinal: Don Hunt, and Gila: Chris Senko. We welcome this opportunity to virtually meet the Democrats who […]