As of October 22, almost 53% of the registered Democrats in Pima County have voted, thanks to Democratic PCs and volunteers to educate and motivate voters to vote. But it would be folly if we assumed that this election is all but over. We must remain vigilant in our efforts to ensure that every voter is able to vote here in Pima County.

Things you can do to Get Out The Vote (GOTV):

  • Contact cevans54@email.arizona.edu to make LD9 targeted virtual phone calls for our candidates.
  • Mission for Arizona/coordinated campaign to elect Biden/Harris, Mark Kelly, Ann Kirkpatrick, and all Democrats on the ballot. Bhorwitz@20202victory.com
  • Like” or “love” and share/retweet LD9 social media posts
  • Display yard signs for your candidates.
  • Send voting pictures, and pictures with “I Voted” stickers to Mary (evangazine@gmail.com ) or Jane Lassar (Jlassar@me.com) for inclusion in social media for LD9

Vote Early! Vote the Full Ballot!

Many voters are dropping off ballots in person. Click here to find details about Early Voting Sites, locations, hours, etc. The most frequently asked questions are about Propositions and Judges.

For information on Judgesclick here.

For information on Propositionsclick here.

  • For information on Prop 208. Invest in Ed, click here.
  • For information on Prop 207 Smart and Safe Arizona, click here. Marijuana revenues would go primarily to community colleges and public safety. Pima County Democratic Party has no position on proposition 207
  • For information on Prop 481, click here.

Mark your calendar: Upcoming events

  • Wednesday, October 28, 11 am-12 noon. State Capture Webinar by Koch’s Off Campus. Please register by clicking here.
  • Wednesday, October 28, 4 pm- 5:30 pm National Koch Buster’s Day. Please register by clicking here (a donation is requested)

Vote Early! Vote the Full Ballot!

Many voters are dropping off ballots in person. Click here to find details about Early Voting Sites, locations, hours, etc.
The most frequently asked questions are about Propositions and Judges.

For information on Judges, click here.

For information on Propositions, click here.

  • For information on Prop 208. Invest in Ed, click here.
  • For information on Prop 207 Smart and Safe Arizona, click here. Marijuana revenues would go primarily to community colleges and public safety. Pima County Democratic Party has no position on proposition 207
  • For information on Prop 481, click here.

Mark your calendar: Upcoming events

Wednesday, October 28, 11am-12 noon. State Capture Webinar by Koch’s Off Campus. Please register by clicking here.
Wednesday, October 28, 4pm- 5:30pm National Koch Buster’s Day. Please register by clicking here (a donation is requested)