YCDP – February 2020 Newsletter

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January was a busy month and Yavapai Democrats started with a bang! We partnered with Prescott Indivisible for your monthly meeting and, for those of you who attended, you know how amazing it was! Rabbi Julie Koslow delivered an inspiring speech on peace that stilled the crowd. It was with great pleasure that we welcomed Pastor Juan Gutierrez from Iglesia La Vina church of Prescott Valley, whose message brought home what we all have in common. Deedra Abboud roused the crowd inviting everyone to join her “Love Glasses Revolution.” Abboud has since announced her run for Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. This is a tough race, so share her message with your friends in the valley. The big moment of the evening came from our own party Chair John Lutes announcing his candidacy for Yavapai County Board of Supervisors! Democrats are stepping up across the state to lead. It is so inspiring!

The Arizona State Democratic Party Meeting was held in Yuma on January 22-23. Read more.

Arizona will be ground zero in the coming election, and we have the best chance in decades to turn the state blue. Everyone at Yavapai Dems is working hard to keep you up to date on all the information you need to approach the election well informed. Be sure to let us know how we can help further.

Early Ballots for the Presidential Preference Election on March 17 will hit mailboxes on February 19. You must vote your ballot and mail by March 11. Or you can always bring your ballot to a polling station and cast it on election day March 17 and get a sticker! If you are planning on voting at the polls here is a link to what you will need. 
What you will need at the polls.   

Remember: if you are not registered as Democrat you will need to change your voter registration to vote in the Democratic Presidential Preference Election, March 17.  You can change it back and vote in the August Primary and November General Election. 

It is important that you vote on March 17.

Change Your Registration HERE.

Visit our website to mark your calendar with important dates to remember.

Contribute to save Democracy.

Prescott Women’s March 2020
Yavapai County Women’s March

 Sedona Women’s March,  Payson Women’s March and Prescott Women’s March

Monthly Meeting – Feb 13, 2020  5:30 -7:30Prescott Adult Center – 1280 E Rosser St B, Prescott, AZ 86301

Join us!

Donation $10 – $5 if you bring a potluck dish to share. Children free



Press Release -Jan 14, 2020
PHOENIX —Two years ago, unelected U.S. Sen. Martha McSally launched her 2018 Senate campaign with an announcement video that highlighted her “let’s get this f***ing thing done” vote to increase Arizonans’ health care costs and gut pre-existing condition coverage protections:
Read more.

Press Release – Jan. 27, 2020
PHOENIX — The Arizona Democratic Party held a successful State Committee Meeting on Saturday in Yuma, their first of three gatherings in 2020. Joined by Congressman Grijalva, Secretary of State Hobbs, and Minority Leader Fernandez.  Read More.

Yav Dems is super excited to announce
our new T-shirts are here!

Wear your party support Loud & Proud!

Get yours first at the
Feb 13 Monthly Meeting!

Men’s and women’s styles available $20

Visit our website and fill out a volunteer form.

February Calendar Events

  • Feb 8: Women in Blue – National Federation of Democratic Women. Western Regional Conference. 11am-1pm, Cambria Hotel, 222 E. Portland St., Phoenix.  Information
  • Feb 13: YCDP Monthly Meeting, 5:30-7:30, Prescott Adult Center. Information
  • Feb 18: Cottonwood-YCDP Monthly Meeting, 5-7pm, Old Town Red Rooster Cafe, 901 N. Main, Cottonwood
  • Feb 20: DORR Monthly Meeting, 8-10amOlde Sedona Bar & Grill,Information
  • Feb 26: Democratic Women of the Prescott Area Luncheon,11:15 -1:00pm, Antelope Hills Golf Centennial Center, Prescott Information
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