The Power of Presidential Primaries
Ann Heitland, First Vice-Chair, Coconino County Democratic Party Less than one year from today, voters in nine states will cast their ballots in one of the biggest single days of the 2020 Presidential primary season. Two weeks later — on St. Patrick’s Day — we in Arizona will cast our votes in the Arizona Presidential […]Continue reading
Thank you. Now, we move forward.
Thank you to the folks of Coconino County who came out to help our party move our City, our State, and our Nation in the direction of justice, fairness, and opportunity. To everyone who served as a precinct committee person or outreach volunteer or financial donor over the last 2 years and to everyone who […]Continue reading
This is the day we turn the tide! Let’s take back the House and Senate. Let’s take over the legislature. Let’s change our Governor Let’s elect a Secretary of State whose priority is making it possible for every Arizona citizen to vote Let’s elect an Attorney General who cares about protecting our citizens and the […]Continue reading
Voter Registration Deadline
Your voter registration must be complete and up-to-date by today in order to allow you to vote in the November General Election. Coconino County Elections Office Contact Information 110 E. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 Ph: 928-679-7860 78 Main St. Tuba City, AZ 86045 Ph: 928-283-6144 Toll-Free: 800-793-6181 Fax: 928-213-9241 Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 […]Continue reading
How Many Signs Can I Have in My Front Yard? Can My HOA Stop Me from Having Signs?
We’re getting these questions. Let’s deal with the HOA statement first: They can’t do that. Arizona Revised Statutes 33-1808 (C) prohibits any HOA from preventing you from putting out a political sign in the last 71 days before an election — we’re well within that time now! (You do have to take it down three […]Continue reading
What Democrats Still Don’t Get About Winning Elections
Wonk Alert! An article published in the Washington Monthly bears the unfortunate title, “What Democrats Still Don’t Get About Winning Back the White Working Class.” Your editor, Ann Heitland, has modified that to the title you see above this post because the article is well worth reading for it’s broader point: The debate over moderate versus progressive policies is […]Continue reading
ICYMI: North Carolina’s gerrymandered map is unconstitutional; judges’ ruling may affect control of the House
Update September 1: While the district court had said it might consider implementing new districts this year, that’s unlikely, as the plaintiffs told the court in a Friday filing that doing so would be too disruptive. Original Report: A panel of three federal judges held Monday that North Carolina’s congressional districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor Republicans over […]Continue reading
Primary Election Day!
Today, all registered voters may vote in the primary elections to choose parties’ nominees for the November General Election. Coconino County Elections Office Contact Information 110 E. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 Ph: 928-679-7860 78 Main St. Tuba City, AZ 86045 Ph: 928-283-6144 Toll-Free: 800-793-6181 Fax: 928-213-9241 Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 […]Continue reading
Democracy Is Not A Spectator Sport – Vote!
This letter was published in our Flagstaff newspaper on August 21. Remember to vote August 28 and November 6. Democracy is not a spectator sport! Our system of government was established for, by and of the people. It depends on citizens exercising their right to cast an informed vote. When people throw away their right […]Continue reading