YCDP – March 2020 Newsletter

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Join us for your annual spring Democratic gathering and fundraiser.

Tickets $50 per person
Buy Tickets Here

Appetizers by Al Gato Azul, with cash bar

Speakers Coral Evans – Flagstaff Mayor and LD6 Candidate
Delina DiSanto – Congressional Candidate CD4 
Tomacene Cordona – Yavapai Apache Council Member
Madison Lisle – Prescott College Student and Activist

Read more about the speakers at
Speakers/ThumbButteRoundUp


Presidential Preference Election March 17th
Polls open 6am -7pm

Remember: If you are not registered as a Democrat, you will not be able to vote in the Democratic Presidential Preference Election March 17. 
Early Ballots for the Presidential Preference Election on March 17 hit mailboxes on February 19.
You must vote your ballot and mail by March 11. 

You can also take your ballot to a polling station and cast it on election day, March 17, and get a sticker!

Early Ballot Voters don’t have to wait in line or sign in! Forgot your envelope? They have more!


Some important information about your PP Election Early and Election Day Ballot 

The Early Ballots were printed by the Secretary of State’s office in December of 2019. Since that time some of the candidates on the ballot have suspended their campaigns or formally withdrawn.

The candidates below are listed on your ballot and are no longer running for office.

  • Deval Patrick
  • Michael Bennet
  • Andrew Yang
  • John Delaney
  • Marianne Williamson
  • Cory Booker
  • Julián Castro
  • Tom Steyer
  • Pete Buttigeig

If you are planning on voting at the polls, here are links to what you will need.

Download and print:

Voter PP Election Poll Worksheet

Voters Rights Guide

Find All Yavapai County Polling Centers Here.

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


Really want support Democracy?
Sign up to be a poll worker!


YCDP is looking for Poll Observers.  Poll Observers are unpaid volunteers who observe the election on behalf of the Democratic Party.

Interested in seeing the Democracy in Action?

Please contact Vivian Perry –vivianperry45@msn.com


Learn More About Citizen’s Initiatives Collecting Signatures to get on the the Nov. Ballot.
Save Our Schools
Outlaw Dirty Money
Arizona Fair Elections 
Invest in ED


Press Release

PHOENIX —Feb 19, 2020
AZ Dem Chair Felecia Rotellini issued this statement: 
Trump is Coming to Arizona Because Arizona Is Leaving Him 


“The President is coming to Phoenix tonight because Republicans recognize they are in danger of losing Arizona. They know Arizonans do not trust this President and are ready for change.”
Read more.

Press Release – Feb. 27, 2020
Martha McSally Won’t Protect The Grand Canyon From Uranium Mining


PHOENIX — 101 years after the Grand Canyon’s National Park designation, U.S. Sen. Martha McSally is ignoring calls to action from Native American governments and conservation groups, and failing to stand up to her corporate backers and party leaders as they push to open up the Grand Canyon area for uranium mining.Read More.


Get yours at info@yavdem.org

Men’s and women’s styles available $20


February Calendar Events

  • March 5: Prescott Indivisible – Monthly Meeting 6-7:30pm, Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset AvenueInformation
  • March 8:  Women in Blue – AFDW – 11am-2pm, Cambria Hotel, Phoenix.  Information
  • March 12: Thumb Butte Roundup – YCDP Monthly Meeting 5-8pm, Top of the Elks Ballroom Elks Theatre Building. Information
  • March 16: League of Women Voters of the Greater Verde Valley, 12:30-2pm, Room 34, Yavapai College Sedona Campus, 4215 Arts Village Drive, Sedona
  • March 17 – YCDP Verde Valley – Monthly Meeting 5-7pm, Old Town Red Rooster Cafe, 901 E Main St., Cottonwood.Information
  • Precinct Leadership Meeting -March 18th, 4:30 pm YCDP Headquarters,1555 Iron Springs Road Prescott.
  • March 25: Democratic Women of the Prescott Area Luncheon,11:15-1:00pm, Antelope Hills Golf Centennial Center, Prescott. Information

Visit our website and fill out a volunteer form.


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