Day of Action ~ Saturday!
Coconino Democratic Action Meeting ~ 10 am – Noon
Donuts are back! We’ll be live at the Murdoch Center with a packed agenda beginning at 10:00. Here is a Zoom option for those who want to stay remote.
This meeting incorporates our quarterly business meeting, so we ask all Precinct Committee Members to make every effort to attend.
Times are approximate and subject to change
10:00 Call to Order and Announcements
10:07 Legislative Districts and Legislative Candidates
Kyle Nitschke — Senate Candidate for the New LD7 and Deydrek Scott — House Candidate for the New LD6
Information and Q&A:
New district lines, Clean Elections, E-Qual
10:30 Information about Redistricting of County Supervisor Districts
10:35 Mission for Arizona – Update from Regional Director Katie Cottrell with intro of new organizer
10:38 City of Flagstaff Candidates Speeches
10:55 Coconino Community College Election Presentation
11:00 Roosevelt-Kennedy Fundraiser Information
11:15 Treasurer’s Report
11:30 Chair Report on Operations and Initiatives, and PC Elections, including Q&A from audience
Return to the Murdoch Center in the afternoon- we’ve invited candidates from Governor to Constable and they all need your support to make a pro-democracy slate for 2022. Also, learn about the election that is happening in May – yes, May. March 12 from 12:30 – 3 pm.
Be A PC
It’s an election year, and that includes elections for Precinct Committee Members. To become an elected PC, you need to submit nomination paperwork by April 4. If you are a current PC, your term will expire on September 30 if you don’t do the paperwork NOW.
Our regional captains are reaching out to recruit PCs. if you have not been contacted and want to be a PC, write to info@CoconinoDemocrats.org.
Sign Candidate Petitions
You can sign nominating petitions for candidates from Governor to City Council online using the E-Qual system. Sign in using your driver’s license number to validate who you are and the system will present you with the candidates for whom you are eligible to sign. (No Driver’s License? Sign in with your voter id and social security number.)
Redistricting has thrown a kink into the online signature system for Congressional and Legislative races. As a result, most candidates appear in the system under their old district numbers — if you see the candidate name, you are eligible to sign that petition even if you are not in their new district. (Weird, but true.) However, the system will go offline for those Congressional and Legislative candidates only as soon as tonight and may not come back before the signature deadline. So, sign online now! After the system goes down, you can sign paper petitions at our Signature Slam tomorrow and pick up paper petitions to circulate at our office or from the candidates.
Plus, you can make $5 donations to Clean Election Candidates through the same system!
Click the image or follow this link: https://apps.azsos.gov/equal/
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