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Bonnie Heidler was elected as Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party on Dec. 20 with 63.2% of the vote. Since 2018 she was the Chair of the LD10 Democrats. She is a PC in Precinct #126 and a Democratic State Committee member from 2019-20.

“My path to becoming a PC started with me joining a newly started Indivisible group in Tucson. I got involved big time. I knew my skill set from my professional career managing people and projects would be an asset in activist organizing. At protests, I was responsible for handling and promoting local media contacts, radio, TV, newspapers. I like working with what we now call the MSM (Main Stream Media),” she said.

‘The biggest and best change in my political activism came when I was recruited to be a PC. The responsibilities of a PC appeal to me and I became quickly involved in the Pima County Democratic Party planning. The LD10 special election in March 2018 gave me my opportunity for Party leadership, electing me Chair of LD10.”


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A decades-long career in high-tech, working with people and running project management, parallels my life and marriage to Michael, the same man for 43 years. We have a 3-year old European golden retriever named Sugar (my fur baby).

I was born and grew up in LA. My education includes an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Public Administration. Moving to Colorado, gave me opportunities to develop my management skills over the next 25+ years. In 1998, I also became a successful small business owner, opening a bead store following my love as a bead artist and bead jewelry designer/crafter.

Arizona appealed to me when I attended my first Tucson Gem Show in 1999. Michael and I moved to Prescott in 2006 (to be closer to family in LA) and after a brief time in LA, we moved to Tucson in 2014. I love my home here and most of all love the people.

My path to becoming a PC started with me joining a newly started Indivisible group in Tucson. I got involved big time. I knew my skill set from my professional career managing people and projects would be an asset in activist organizing. At protests, I was responsible for handling and promoting local media contacts, radio, TV, newspapers. I like working with what we now call the MSM (Main Stream Media).

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