Signature Slam Saturday! 

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Signature Slam Saturday!

Candidates for office from school board to U.S. Senate need signatures to get their names on the ballot. This Saturday, February 19, we’re teaming up with Mission for Arizona to sponsor a Signature Slam where you can sign for many Democrats at once. 

Come to the Ice House (our office building at 201 E. Birch, Flagstaff) between 11 am and 3 pm. Enter via the WC Riles Street entrance. 

Masks Required and Please Be Up-to-Date with Vaccinations 
If you don’t mind, RSVP to let us know you are coming.

If you can’t make it to sign in person, grab your driver’s license and go online to sign using the Secretary of State’s E-qual system. (Note: For U.S. House and Legislative races, the system has not yet been adjusted for redistricting. Still, you can sign for the candidates that are offered to you in the system.)

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We work to protect the American Worker, the American Dream and the Future of our Children. The Mission of the County Party is to elect Democrats to public office who embrace the values of the Democratic Party.

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