Our voter registration goal in LD28 is 3000 more registered voters by November, 2014. Time is short; Black Canyon Precinct has the highest percentage of Democratic voters in our district. If we register voters there, we are likely to register Democrats.
What: Register voters and gather signatures for the Recall Arpaio effort -- petitions due May 31; this is our last opportunity to help!
When: Sunday, May 26, from 2-5 pm
Where: Meet at Grinder's Coffee Shop, 17 E. Dunlap Ave.
Help get Karlene Keogh Parks on the ballot for Phoenix CIty Council, District 6! Come out and circulate her petitions and help tell voters about Karlene.
Saturday, May 25
9:00 am - Karlene will join us to talk about her campaign.
Meet at Arcadia Park, SW corner of 56th Street and Indian School
Sunday, May 26
Meet at the Paradise Bakery on 12th St and Glendale
Phone Bank Details:
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 - 8:30 pm
at MCDP (northwest corner Central and Thomas)
What will immigration reform look like in Arizona? What will the process be for "coming out of the shadows"? How can we help to ensure that the best possible version of comprehensive immigration reform becomes law?
Ellie Perez will share her story and we'll talk about comprehensive immigration reform. John Glenn will also join us to talk about candidate recruitment.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Social at 6:30 pm; meeting begins at 7 pm
Phoenix Police Department's Mt. View Precinct Community Room
2075 E. Maryland Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85015
At our June meeting, we will collect donations of canned food and bottled water for St. Mary's Food Bank. As a first responder food bank, St. Mary's is sending four truckloads of food and water to those affected by the tornado in Oklahoma. We need to help St. Mary's restock their shelves.
From the State Capitol:
Now that Medicaid expansion and a budget have passed the State Senate with bi-partisan support, it is time for the House to take action. It appears that there are the votes needed for passage in the House, though Speaker Andy Tobin disagrees and would prefer to put the expansion of Medicaid on the ballot. Speaker Tobin needs to hear from us; call or email him and tell him to get out of the way and to schedule a vote!