Issues and Values at Stake in the 2018 Election

Democrats believe America is a great country that can become even better. Therefore, our mission in 2018 is to elect leaders who will protect the American Dream, the American Worker, and the Future of our Children. Democrats are a diverse group — often called a “Big Tent” — nonetheless, there are certain values we share. […]

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Protest Separation of Families

Wednesday, June 20 at 2:30 p.m. Join your neighbors to protest separation of families at City Hall. **Note: This event posting was created as a courtesy to a TWWNAZ member and copied here from the TWWNAZ site.**

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Trump Plan to Privatize the VA Disclosed

Parting words from the fired VA Director reveal the Trump plan to privatize (and thus reduce funding for) Veterans’ Healthcare: “I believe differences in philosophy deserve robust debate, and solutions should be determined based on the merits of the arguments. The advocates within the administration for privatizing V.A. health services, however, reject this approach. They […]

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Pelosi Visits Arizona – Delivers Message on Taxes and Deficit

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi visited Arizona this week to deliver this message: The GOP plan couldn’t be clearer: Explode the deficit by passing a Tax Scam that puts the wealthiest first Pretend to panic about the massive deficit fueled by the Tax Scam Use deficit caused by tax scam to take from Medicare, Medicaid, […]

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Update on Sylvia Allen’s View of Morality

State Senator Sylvia Allen (R) says its “immoral” to give workers 3 paid days of sick leave and a minimum wage, but it’s A-Okay to take money from public schools for private charters like the one she runs. Yesterday, a Republican-controlled Senate panel agreed with her and advanced a proposal to reverse the 2016 voter-approved […]

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New State Party Chair

The state quarterly meeting was held January 27 in Casa Grande. Due to the resignation of the party chair elected in January (she moved and became ineligible to serve), the main item of business was the election of a new chair. Felecia Rotellini defeated Scott Prior 359-25 and 7 blank ballots were submitted. Felecia was the […]

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Another Cruelty by Ducey and Repugs in the Legislature

Thanks to Flagstaff resident Lex Heerding for “telling it like it is” regarding funding for services to vulnerable adults. This is one more area where Republicans in control of our state government have neglected the public good and demonstrated that their values don’t match what’s right for Arizona: This letter is on response to the […]

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Page deserves more than tourism | Letters | azdailysun.com

Replace jobs lost by closing the Navajo Generating Station with “tourism?” Really?  That’s the best solution Page’s consultant has come up with? How about jobs doing environmental cleanup from the damage caused by the plant and by uranium mining? How about replacing the coal plant with solar and wind generation? All of these options and more […]

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