Letter to the Editor: Vote for democratic candidates in LD6

Democracy runs on local control and the voice of the people. Flagstaff’s voters approved the minimum wage increase in 2016. Businesses couldn’t believe that the people supported this and state government feared this action to improve living standards for the people would infect other cities. So with massive amounts of dark money, a repeal of […]

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Thank you to all involved with Flagstaff’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day

During Flagstaff’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day event, Klee Benally’s protest on behalf of many tribes was and is important. And the many speakers were eloquent, none more so than Samantha Honanie’s painful story of healing and hope. For me, the highlight was the dancing, not just “dancing” as James Junes pointed out, rather “teaching”, teaching truth […]

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Kickoff Coral Evans Re-election Campaign

Re-Elect Mayor Coral Evans Campaign Kick-Off Sponsored by Consensus Coconino- Peaks, Pines, People and Progressive Politics Please join Consensus Coconino and Mayor Evans for refreshments and good cheer to celebrate the launch of her re-election campaign.

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Coffee with Coral

Every month on the first Wednesday of the month, Mayor Coral Evans hosts “Coffee with Coral” at Miz Zips from 7:30 am to 9 am. Coral provides the coffee, citizens of Flagstaff provide the conversation. Everyone is welcome.

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Monsoon Picnic Report

About 80 Democrats turned up for the first Monsoon Picnic in memory that wasn’t rained on! After conducting our quarterly business meeting, Party Chair Nathan Jones introduced January Contreras, who is running for Attorney General of the State of Arizona. We also heard from Superior Court Judicial Candidate Ted Reed and Paul Deasy, who is […]

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