Connie DeLarge, Chair of the Arizona Democratic Party African American Caucus, says, “We have people in our current Administration trying to take us back to the ’50s. Voter suppression is on the rise, you have states kicking people off the voting roles, states making it harder for us to register to vote with stricter voter ID laws and that is just the attack on Voting Rights. I am in this fight for the soul of our Nation and the sake of kids and grandkids,” Connie says.
In 2006, the Arizona Democratic Party African American Caucus was formed and she is presently the Chair. In December 2018, she was elected as the Correspondence Secretary for the Pima County Democratic Party where she oversees the Precinct Committeeperson (PC) application process.
Paul Taylor, Chair of the Pima Co. Democratic Party African American Caucus, discussed education and equality.
He graduated from Westchester Community College in 1959 with a Construction Technology Degree. He started working in high-rise concrete buildings as an Engineer/Surveyor for 10 years. After that, he started a General Construction Business with a partner.