Monthly Action Meeting with Congressman O’Halleran (In-Person)

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Saturday:  April Monthly Action Meeting at 10 am


Special Guest:  Congressman Tom O’Halleran, whose race in the newly-drawn CD-2 has been rated as the most competitive in the country. The New CD-2 geography covers over 60% of Arizona, including Flagstaff, Prescott, the Navajo Nation, and other tribal lands. Victory for Mark Kelly in the Senate race depends on Democrats turning out in this District, as does victory in many of our Statewide races.

Information: What have Democrats delivered for Coconino County?  To answer that question, we have invited the Chair of the Coconino County Board of Supervisors, Patrice Horstman, and Flagstaff Mayor Paul Deasy. Learn about the local impact of the American Rescue Plan and the Infrastructure Bill.

Plus, “Who’s running?” — an update on all races now that signatures have been filed, and new social media technology. 

Join us for an exciting and informative meeting.  

We’ll be in person at the Murdoch Center (address and map here) and on Zoom.

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Lina Wallen is Eleanor Roosevelt Honoree

The Executive Committee chose Lina Wallen to receive this year’s Eleanor Roosevelt Award for outstanding service to the community. Lina’s many efforts, especially on behalf of the children of Coconino County, made her a most deserving recipient.  Read more. 


We Endorse Prop 438
At our last Action Meeting, with nearly 70 in attendance, we endorsed Prop 438, which will fix the crisis in funding at Coconino Community College — if passed in the special election on May 17. Read more here.

Kelsey Blakley Retires

Our office manager of many years, Kelsey Blakley, will retire at the end of next week. She is out of the office this week but will return next week. We have some retirement well-wishing cards available in the office if you would like to swing by and pick one up or fill one out for her. Let’s send her off with lots of love and appreciation, she certainly has done a lot for us and will be missed!

At the finale of the Roosevelt-Kennedy Fundraiser this past Sunday, the Chair’s Award for outstanding service to our county party was presented to Kelsey. 


County Elections Office Recruiting Election Workers
The County Elections Administration has reached out to us seeking Election Board Workers for the May 17 Election (and for this year’s primary and general elections later in the year). Democrats are needed urgently in the precincts listed below. Please read more here.
 
Precinct and Polling Location Name
Precinct 50 – Calvary Bible Church
Precinct 53 – Forest Lakes Homeowners Association bldg.
Precinct 58 –  Fredonia Fire Station
Precinct 80 – Pinewood Fire Station
Precinct 85 – Cromer Elementary School
Precinct 98 – Grand Canyon Railway Hotel (2)


Be A PC – Last Call until 2024

It’s an election year, and that includes elections for Precinct Committee Members. Write-in candidates for precinct committee person should submit their forms to us by April 15. The filing deadline is Monday, April 18. 

If you are a current PC, your term will expire on September 30 if you don’t do the paperwork NOW.  If you need the form, call the office — 928-214-0393.  Current office hours: 8 am – 3 pm, M-F.

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. 

Learn more about being a PC.


Arizona Agenda

County Chair Ann Heitland recommends a Substack Newsletter called Arizona Agenda. And, its authors have offered Coconino Democrats a group discount on subscriptions. (Or, you can read for free for a while, but if everyone reads for free, good writing like this disappears.)

We Are Doing a Lot — We Need Your Help!

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