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These posts provide information about activities of the Coconino County Democratic Party, Democratic candidates, and other newsworthy items related to our mission. Also, consult our Action Alerts for news of current activity in the nation and state, recent issues of our e-Newsletter, and Talking Points for articles with more in-depth analysis of issues.

  • Thorpe Says College Students ‘Dilute’ the Vote But What About Snowbirds?

    Rep. Bob Thorpe wants to crack down on ‘temporary’ residents like left-wing college students, but not right-wing snowbirds.  Bye-bye, Bob in 2018. Source: Republican Says College Students ‘Dilute’ the Vote and He Wants to Stop ThemRead More »
  • The Horror Show That Is the Republican Health Care Plan

    The Senate bill came out of hiding on Thursday, promising big gifts to the rich: It would cut taxes on investment income (retroactively), wages above $200,000, medical devices, prescription drugs and indoor tanning. It also eliminates penalties for large employers’ failure to provide employees with health insurance and, though a …Read More »
  • What’s in the Senate Obamacare replacement bill.

    Mitch McConnell is more clever than Paul Ryan — that makes his bill more dangerous. He slow walks the cuts to healthcare subsidies and Medicaid so that their impact won’t hit until after the next election, yet budget rules allow him to grab the funds from those cuts for tax …Read More »
  • Red Alert: Protect Our Health Care

    Earlier this week, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer declared a “red alert” on health care. He said we are not doing enough. The phones are silent in Congress, he said. This allows the Republicans, led by Mitch McConnell, to keep drafting their revisions to the “mean” House bill (to quote …Read More »
  • Sessions’ Obstruction

    After Sessions’ performance yesterday, can anyone be surprised that Special Counsel Mueller is looking into obstruction of justice charges? Thanks to the Washington Post 202 for these citations and quotations: HOW THE HEARING IS PLAYING: Matt Zapotosky: “Sessions finds a shield in executive privilege — but it might not be …Read More »
  • Action Alert: Demand “Regular Order” on Healthcare Bill

    While DC and the world were distracted by James Comey this week, Republicans in the Senate pushed ahead with their closed-door drafting of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act. On Friday, Senator Claire McCaskill reacted during a heated exchange with Senator Hatch in the Senate Finance Committee.  We’re asking …Read More »
  • Save Our Schools

     Dear Fellow Democrat, Last session the legislature passed SB1431(the voucher bill) despite being opposed by all legislative Democrats and thousands of voters. This measure will take funding from our classrooms and give it to private schools. A group of statewide, grassroots parents and teachers formed Save Our Schools Arizona to circulate a …Read More »
  • As White House promotes plan to privatize air traffic control, Democrats propose bill to protect rural air service – The Washington Post

    House Democrats have a bill that would reform the FAA and its funding while keeping 30,000 FAA workers on the federal payroll. Source: As White House defends plan to privatize air traffic control, another proposal is unveiled – The Washington PostRead More »
  • Contact Senators re Wall Street Regulation

    One more thing Republicans are trying to sneak under the radar:  Repeal of regulations of big banks and Wall Street. The House passed a bill today (while we’re watching commentary on Comey’s testimony). Now it goes to the Senate. Contact Senator McCain and Senator Flake and tell them “NO” to …Read More »
  • What Is “Obstruction of Justice?”

    (THREAD) Do NOT watch tomorrow’s historic Senate hearing without understanding Obstruction of Justice. This thread explains it—please share. pic.twitter.com/UNUpA7DvaJ — Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) June 7, 2017 Click for point-by-point explanation of the legal definition of “obstruction of justice,” showing the snags Trump-apologists will hit in their disinformation campaign.Read More »
  • Roberts: Can Doug Ducey be beaten in 2018?

    Here’s a bleak assessment of the governor’s race. But pay attention to the first barrier to Democratic victory: Historic low voter turnout in off year elections. That is something we can fix. Source: Roberts: Can Doug Ducey be beaten in 2018?Read More »
  • Congress Reconvenes: Healthcare and Budget Issues at Top of Agenda — Here’s What You Need to Know

    Congress reconvenes this week after a two-week recess. Comey testifies on Thursday — that’s important. But we can walk and chew gum at the same time, right? Maybe the Republicans can’t. So far, they haven’t shown much capacity for governing. The Republicans need to pass a health care bill which cuts …Read More »
  • Trump Puts America Last, Not First, on Energy Jobs

    While other countries will lead the global transition to clean energy, particularly China and the European Union, Trump and his allies in Congress are undermining America’s innovative businesses and workers. Renewable energy supports between 4 million and 4.5 million jobs in the United States, and renewable-energy capacity has more than …Read More »
  • The Latest on Trump/Russia

    News broke last Friday that the President’s son-in-law and close advisor, Jared Kushner, is under scrutiny by the FBI for attempting to set up a back channel to Russia. That news received so much attention that some may have missed that Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has also become a …Read More »
  • City Council Moves on Affordable Housing

    Led by the Democratic majority, the Flagstaff City Council moved forward with bi-partisan support to address the lack of affordable housing in Flagstaff.  Council designated three pieces of city-owned property totaling five acres for what could become 65 units of subsidized rental housing. Details in this Arizona Daily Sun article. …Read More »
  • Montana Special Election

    Rob Quist ran an impressive grassroots campaign in a tough state. He stayed true to himself and stood up for working families. It’s been more than 20 years since a Democrat won in the deep-red District of Montana (the entire state makes up one Congressional District). Trump won Montana by …Read More »
  • Immigration arrests in Arizona soar under President Donald Trump

    Statistics provided by ICE show the agency arrested 41,898 immigrants during the first 100 days of Trump’s administration, including 1,770 in Arizona. That is an increase of nearly 35 percent nationally and nearly 12.6 percent in Arizona, compared with the same period the year before. The sharp increase in arrests has drawn criticism from immigration lawyers and advocates. …Read More »
  • CBO Scores Trumpcare: 23 million will lose insurance

    WASHINGTON – DNC Chair Tom Perez released the following statement after the Congressional Budget Office released their analysis of Trumpcare, the Republican health care bill:  “Trump and House Republicans threw themselves a party for passing this bill, and now we know exactly what they were celebrating: 23 million Americans potentially …Read More »
  • Priorities

    Budgets are about priorities, and Trump’s first full budget submission makes clear that he puts the interests of the wealthy — like the billionaires he has appointed to his cabinet — over working families.  Trump’s budget plan makes massive cuts to Medicaid, college loans, public schools, middle and working class …Read More »
  • DNC Invests in GA-6 Special Election

    To win back the house, we have to get back to basics: organize, organize, organize. And that is why the Democratic National Committee has made a major field investment in Georgia to boost John Ossoff’s bid. The DNC’s investment will allow the Democratic Party of Georgia to add to Ossoff’s …Read More »
  • ACA a Proven Life Saver

    There’s good news about improvements in our health care system, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (click on the links for source info): o    We’re diagnosing cancer earlier, meaning more lives will be saved. o    Low-income patients have increased access to better and more affordable health insurance. o    Medicaid expansion states have seen plummeting rates of uninsured residents as …Read More »
  • O’Halleran Joins 44 Other Dems in Calling for Infrastructure Bill

    The New Democrat Coalition, of which Rep. Tom O’Halleran is a member, sent a letter to President Trump calling for immediate action, tied to tax reform, to deliver infrastructure spending to rural and small town America. The letter notes that the American Society of Civil Engineers rates the nation’s infrastructure …Read More »
  • Lieberman for FBI Director?

    Some useful information on what Joe Lieberman has been up to since he was Al Gore’s running mate:Read More »
  • Today in the Economy

    Yesterday, the markets tanked – just the latest sign that the chaos of this administration is having a detrimental impact on the economy. Donald Trump’s turbulent presidency has been scaring Americans across the country for 118 days. The revelations of the last week, including Trump’s interference in the FBI’s Russia …Read More »
  • Senators Demand Answers on Emoluments Compliance

    Eight U.S. Senators — all Democrats — have signed a letter demanding that the President and the Trump Organization answer questions pertaining to profits they are deriving from Donald Trump’s occupancy of the Presidency. The Constitution, in two places, prohibits such profiteering while the President is in office: Article I, Section …Read More »
  • Rep. Tom O’Halleran on Twitter: “I am proud to support legislation that expands medicare coverage for glasses, hearing aids, and dental care. https://t.co/ml2akp1dBn”

    It’s about time. You won’t see this from a Republican.Read More »
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey, Legislature ignores education lawsuit, avoids tax reform

    The Legislature has adjourned but already has a laundry list of issues it will need to consider next year. Source: Arizona Gov. Ducey, Legislature ignores education lawsuit, avoids tax reformRead More »
  • Flagstaff Teachers Request Attendance at FUSD Board Meeting

    A resolution of interest to the community will be presented to the FUSD governing board on Tuesday, May 23. A group of teachers in FUSD began working on this as something specific to immigrant students, but it has evolved to also include other students/groups/families that are most vulnerable to discriminatory policies …Read More »
  • Montini: Revealing – in 2 words – how Trump’s voter fraud commission IS a fraud

    EJ Montini: This isn’t about preventing non-citizens from voting. It’s about preventing citizens from voting Source: Montini: Revealing – in 2 words – how Trump’s voter fraud commission IS a fraudRead More »
  • A Useful Summary of the Low Points in the 2017 Legislative Session

    Read this column and weep. Then get to work to elect three Democrats from LD 6 in 2018. Source: Roberts: Nightmare on West Washington: a look back at this year’s Arizona LegislatureRead More »
  • Democratic National Committee Names New CEO

    Tom Perez, Chair of the Democratic National Committee, sent the following announcement this week to the Democratic National Committee. We reprint it here, compliments of Doug Ballard, our DNC rep: Dear Fellow DNC Members, I am excited to inform you that after an extensive search and interview process, Jess O’Connell …Read More »
  • Alternative reasons for Comey firing grow

    Trump’s laughable story that he fired Comey because Comey improperly handled the Clinton email investigation last year began to crumble from its first release. Since then, things keep going downhill for Trump. Furor over Comey firing grows with news that he sought resources for Russia investigation before his dismissal – …Read More »
  • Support Schumer’s Demand for Classified Briefing

    This morning, Minority Senate Leader Chuck Schumer called for the Department of Justice to appoint a special prosecutor and called for an immediate closed-door briefing of all Senators by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rob Rosenstein (who recommended Comey’s firing). WAPO This morning we learned that in the …Read More »
  • News analysis: Did tax cuts sell state budget short? | Local | azdailysun.com

    PHOENIX — The $9.82 billion state budget is being billed by Republican lawmakers and Gov. Doug Ducey as the best outcome given the money the state has to spend. Source: News analysis: Did tax cuts sell state budget short? | Local | azdailysun.comRead More »
  • Keep Up the Fight on Healthcare

     Here is where we are, as stated by Indivisible:   Today is a setback, but we always knew the House would be tough for us. We were never supposed to win the House. It’s a majoritarian institution—the party in power sets the rules and decides what gets a vote. Everybody assumed …Read More »
  • Repair backlog for schools isn’t due to trial lawyers | Editorial | azdailysun.com

    Gov. Doug Ducey has it in for “trial lawyers” – unless they are working for him. The Governor’s budget priorities are wrong as is his memory about use of trial lawyers. Source: Repair backlog for schools isn’t due to trial lawyers | Editorial | azdailysun.comRead More »
  • GOP Health Bill Jeopardizes Out-of-Pocket Caps in Employer Plans – WSJ

    Many people who obtain health insurance through their employers could be at risk of losing protections that limit out-of-pocket costs due to a provision proposed in the House Republican health-care bill. Source: GOP Health Bill Jeopardizes Out-of-Pocket Caps in Employer Plans – WSJRead More »
  • Dems Flex Their Muscles in Legislature on Budget Deal | azdailysun.com

    PHOENIX — A Republican budget plan set for its first vote today would give Arizona teachers a pay hike more than double what was proffered by Gov. Doug Ducey. Read full article: Teacher due bigger pay hike in budget deal | Local | azdailysun.comRead More »
  • U.S. chief justice alarmed at Trump administration immigration case stance | Reuters

    U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts took issue on Wednesday with the Trump administration’s stance in an immigration case, saying it could make it too easy for the government to strip people of citizenship for lying about minor infractions. Source: U.S. chief justice alarmed at Trump administration immigration case stance | …Read More »
  • ‘Skinny’ Plans Can’t Trim the Real Fat Under New GOP Health Bill: Experts

    Republicans are proposing letting states opt out of the requirement that insurance plans cover a specific set of benefits, but experts say the items likely to be dropped account for a small fraction of the cost of premiums. Source: ‘Skinny’ Plans Can’t Trim the Real Fat Under New GOP Health …Read More »
  • Trump Attack on Climate Moves Forward

    On Friday, the District of Columbia federal appeals court granted Trump’s request to halt a lawsuit over the Obama administration’s most important climate change regulation. This is a major victory for the anti-science, anti-climate Republicans, allowing the Trump administration to revoke the rule that would have required power plants to …Read More »
  • Trump’s Tax Plan DOA

    Arthur Laffer in 1974 sketched a curve meant to illustrate his theory that cutting taxes would spur enough economic growth to pay for the tax cut. More than 40 years after those scribblings, Trump announced a “yuge” tax plan that revives the so-called Laffer curve. Mr. Trump’s advisers argue that …Read More »
  • Tracking Sylvia Allen

    Where’s Sylvia? The “Bugle” Newspaper has a story that Sen. Sylvia Allen is going to be the guest speaker this Thursday evening at a joint meeting of all the Verde Valley Schools.  “Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen will be the guest speaker at this year’s joint governing board meeting of …Read More »
  • Why no state budget? Governor Ducey’s university bonding plan | Blog for Arizona

    County officials across the state are warning they could be on the brink of financial disaster if the state doesn’t stop stealing their revenues through “fund sweeps.” Source: Why no state budget? Governor Ducey’s university bonding plan | Blog for ArizonaRead More »
  • Gov. Doug Ducey’s education plan helps Arizona’s wealthiest

    A $38 million program Gov. Doug Ducey is pitching as a way to boost high-performing schools would most benefit the state’s richest district and charter schools. “A For Arizona,” an education advocacy group under the umbrella of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, appears to be the biggest voice …Read More »
  • Proud to have a Congressman who believes in Science

    Proud to have a Congressman who supports science and scientific endeavors. Now we need LD 6 representatives and a governor who do the same! Thanks, Tom Bean, for the photo! Read more: Flagstaff Marches for Science in Arizona Daily Sun.Read More »
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders, DNC Chair Tom Perez rally in Mesa with aim of unifying Democrats

    “You do not have to have a Ph.D in economics to know you don’t give tax breaks to billionaires and cut programs for children,” Sanders said. “This first 100 days has been nothing less than carnage and chaos,” Perez said of Trump’s presidency. Source: Sen. Bernie Sanders, DNC Chair Tom Perez …Read More »
  • Voucher-backing group’s Capitol “Thank You” lunch canceled | State and Regional | azdailysun.com

    The resistance continues. Thank you House Democrats! Democrats who opposed the voucher plan passed on April 6 continue to keep the issue in the forefront, reading letters from teachers nearly every day on the House floor. Source: Voucher-backing group’s Capitol “Thank You” lunch canceled | State and Regional | azdailysun.comRead More »
  • Payson Roundup Declares War on Allen, Thorpe, and Barton

    Here’s what a small town newspaper in the heart of the Republican sector of LD 6 had to say last week about our LD 6 Republican legislators, Sen. Allen, Rep. Thorpe (aka “Missing Bob“), and Rep. Barton (emphasis ours): “… all three voted for vouchers — which will probably do …Read More »
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  • Eleanor Roosevelt Award Puts Local Dems in the News

    The Arizona Daily Sun covered the story of our award to Eva Putzova, and noted in the last paragraph that we had a fabulous turnout for the Roosevelt-Kennedy Dinner this year. Read the story here.Read More »
  • Congressman O’Halleran Holds Town Hall in Globe

    From Arizona Silverbelt, April 11, 2017: Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ, Dist. 1)  held a town hall at Globe City Hall on Sunday evening. O’Halleran expressed his frustration with Congress funding the government through continuing resolutions instead of by passing an actual budget. “That’s really been hurting our military and it costs …Read More »
  • Stay Woke

    Be Informed: This six-minute video is worth watching. What it doesn’t make clear is Russia’s interest in propping up Assad, namely that Russia’s only naval base in the Mediterranean is on Syrian territory and Syria and Iran are Russia’s only allies in the oil-rich Middle East. We have no idea …Read More »
  • Arizona Lawmakers Who’ll Make Your Jaw Drop

    Of course, LD 6’s own Bob Thorpe and Sylvia Allen on among the infamous seven. Here’s the article from Laurie Roberts detailing what makes them deplorable: Arizona lawmakers who’ll make your jaw dropRead More »
  • Putzova Wins Eleanor Roosevelt Award

      Eva Putzova was awarded the annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award on Saturday. In the words of Chair Nathan Jones, it takes a special person to campaign hard for an initiative, win, and then come back and lead a compromise for the welfare of the community. Eva has done that and …Read More »
  • Eleanor Roosevelt Award Nominees

      Eleanor Roosevelt Award Winner Will Be Announced Saturday Flagstaff, AZ, March 22, 2017 – 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. Though she never held elected office, Mrs. …Read More »
  • What Calling Congress Achieves

    Stay the course. We are in an historic moment and you are participating. What Calling Congress Achieves, Kathryn Schultz in the New Yorker.Read More »
  • Bob Thorpe in the News

    March 16, 2017 We need to say “Bye, Bye, Bob” in 2018. This LD-6 Representative is an embarrassment. In one day, we’ve got two reports that prove it. First, in it’s lead story for the day, the Arizona Daily Sun reports that Bob Thorpe claims to be coming out of …Read More »
  • March Newsletter

     Here’s a link to our March Newsletter.  If you’d like to be added to our email list, please write us at info@ccdem.org.Read More »
  • February Roundup

    We emailed our February Roundup to our newsletter subscribers this week. Here’s a link to what we accomplished in February and what we plan to do in March.  If you’d like to receive our mid-month newsletter and end of month roundup emails, please write info@ccdem.org and asked to be added to …Read More »
  • Recess Actions!

    This is outrageous: Congress is in recess and our Senators, who are supposed to represent us, are refusing to hold any town halls with their constituents. At a time when the country is in turmoil, McCain and Flake refuse to face the people they purport to serve. Indivisible has put …Read More »
  • Roosevelt Kennedy Dinner

      Please join us for our 17th Annual Roosevelt-Kennedy Dinner. Inspiring speakers will address this year’s theme: “Defending Democracy.” We have an outstanding line-up of speakers:  Mayor Coral Evans, State Senator Jamescita Peshlakai, Congressman Tom O’Halleran, and Holly Lyon, Col. USAF (Ret.) and Senior Vice-Chair of the Arizona Democratic Party. …Read More »
  • February Newsletter

     Here’s a link to our February Newsletter.  If you’d like to be added to our email list, please write us at info@ccdem.org.Read More »
  • Sylvia Allen Votes To Cut School Funding

    Senator Sylvia Allen Needs to Go.  Democrat Nikki Bagley nearly unseated her in 2016 and the Coconino County Democrats can’t wait to take a run at Allen again in 2018. This week, she’s voted to cut $211 Million from Arizona schools. Legislators aiming to CUT $211 million from Arizona’s schools? …Read More »
  • January 2017 Party News

    Hello Coconino Democrats! I’m writing a quick note to bring you up-to-date on the activities of your Executive Committee, PCs, and Volunteers. We’ll be doing a more formal newsletter mid-month starting in February. Meanwhile, here’s what’s happening: Charlie Burgin has been hired as Director of Operations. Currently her hours in …Read More »
  • CC Dems Internships Available

     Spring/Summer Internship Opportunity The Coconino County Democratic Party is seeking driven, passionate individuals who want to assist in our effort of resistance and grassroots organization to further progress on local, state, and national levels. Interns will gain experience in: Political organizing Communications Time management Networking and career building Computer and …Read More »
  • Science March – Flagstaff

    A group of concerned scientists is organizing a Science March on Washington and around the country. A local march and rally in coordination with this national event is being organized. From the national organizers: “Although this will start with a march, we hope to use this as a starting point …Read More »
  • Two Things Every Democrat Should Be Doing Right Now

    There are two things that all Democrats should be doing all the time right now, and they’re by far the most important things. You should NOT be bothering with online petitions or emailing. #1. The best thing you can do to be heard and get your congressperson to pay attention …Read More »
  • March On

    The Women’s March(es) last Saturday were fabulous. Over three million Americans marched in opposition to Donald Trump, and millions more around the world. What are those people doing today? The Women’s March should not become the new Occupy Wall Street. Instead, it must grow if we are to rescue ourselves …Read More »
  • New Faces and Experienced Hands Will Lead the Coconino County Democratic Party for the Next 2 Years

      Contact Ann Heitland, Communications Chair Telephone 928-214-0393 Email info@ccdem.org Website ccdem.org   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 14, 2016 Local Democrats Elect New Officers New Faces and Experienced Hands Will Lead the Coconino County Democratic Party for the Next Two Years Flagstaff, AZ, January 14, 2016 – The Coconino County …Read More »
  • Join the Grassroots Now!

    Real change doesn’t take place on Capitol Hill. It takes place in Grassroots America. It takes place when millions of working people, young people, and senior citizens come together to demand that our government works for all of us and not just the 1 percent. When the people lead, leaders …Read More »
  • Take Action for Arizona Education!

    IMPORTANT ACTION ITEM for Saturday-Monday (multiple contacts needed so it will take a little more time from you than some actions): The Arizona Legislature convenes on Monday. NOW is the time to hold their feet to the fire on education funding.  Write and then call the Senate and House leadership …Read More »
  • Surviving Trump. Defeating Trumpism.

    “When the levers of power are seized by the small hands of hateful men, you work hard, you stand with those who are most vulnerable, and you don’t give up until it’s morning again. The rest is commentary.” — Liel Leibovitz, Tablet Magazine Donald Trump will be our next President. Let’s not …Read More »
  • Notice of Reorganization Meeting

    It is time, following Congressional Elections, to re-organize the County Democratic Party and elect new officers.  We will have a meeting at 9 AM for coffee and donuts on Saturday, Jan 14, 2017 at the CCDems office at 201 E. Birch, Suite 6 (The Ice House on Birch and Agassiz).  At the …Read More »
  • 30 Actions You Can Take Now On Gun Violence Prevention or GVP

    30 Actions You Can Take Now On Gun Violence Prevention Or GVP: 1. Donate to a gun violence prevention group. Money is always a good thing2. Call your Member of Congress and tell them that GVP is important to you3. Write a letter to the editor in your local paper4. …Read More »
  • How the Sausage Gets Made, by Coral Evans

    Hello all! I thought you might like a glimpse as to how things work here in Flagstaff local politics. I’ll be occasionally posting updates from the campaigns that give an inside look into running for office. Recently Coral Evans announced her Mayoral run. We decided to do this with a …Read More »
  • Coral Evans to Run for Mayor of Flagstaff

    Councilmember Coral Evans Announces her Run for Flagstaff Mayor   Flagstaff — Councilmember Coral Evans announced her intention to run for Mayor of Flagstaff in 2016 from the steps of City Hall on Tuesday, January 26th, at 4 p.m.. She was elected to her second four-year term in May 2012 …Read More »
  • Introducing Democratic Party Action!

    We are combining the Be Informed Breakfasts with the former Democratic Women’s Club to form a new organization called the Democratic Party Action! Our purpose is to have monthly informational meetings on topics that are coming up for action at the city, county, and regional level. We hope to inspire informed …Read More »
  • The Devil is in the Details

    This fall a ballot will arrive in your mailbox. On it is a series of questions regarding the city charter. We’ll delve deeper into the questions as we get closer to the election, but in the meantime there are two questions that will have a significant influence on local politics …Read More »
  • ‘Dems Deliver’ with neighborly food initiative

        As the 2018 Election Cycle gets under way, we must take time to recognize and support those most in need, who can’t wait for another election. 30% of our own community (22,000 people) live at or below the poverty line. Congressional cuts to SNAP and other food assistance programs have …Read More »
  • Stand Against Hunger

    It seems unbelievable that in our country, in 2013, widespread hunger is a huge issue. In our own community, 22,000 people live below the poverty level. Hope lies in the newly expanded Flagstaff Family Food Center Food Bank and Kitchen. Founded in 1991, the center has served almost two million …Read More »
  • Precinct Voter Analysis

      Precinct Voter Analysis Saturday, December 7th 1-2:30PM  Precinct Committee members and other interested Democrats, please join us: This is an opportunity to review the voting data from 2012, learn lessons from the CCC loss, and develop our 2014 election strategy. Our ground game will win us this election and …Read More »