Join us as we meet-and-greet Karen Watts and Leslie McClendon 6:30pm at the Democratic Party office. Our monthly meeting begins at 7pm and Former state Rep. David Schapira and current candidate for AZ Superintendent of Public Instruction will be our guest speaker. He will talk about Save Our Schools and his plans to put Arizona schools back on track! Please… Read the rest
Local leaders in Yuma have called a press conference on Friday, July 7th at 10:30am at the Littlewood Fine Arts & Community Co-op in Yuma (1480 S 2nd Avenue, Yuma AZ 85364). It will offer the rural and border community of Yuma an opportunity to share the impact that health care repeal would have on their lives. Featured speakers include… Read the rest
Sunday, July 9th, 1 pm – 2:30 pm. Littlewood Fine Art & Community Co-Op, 1480 S. 2nd Avenue, Yuma.
Please see complete information on the accompanying flyer.Farley Yuma 7.9-sml
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The monthly meeting of the Yuma County Democratic Party is Thursday, June 8, from 7 pm to 8 pm. This meeting is not high-minded, complicated strategy funded by million dollar PAC’s; it’s nuts-and-bolts community activity fueled by the time and effort of ordinary people.
Your time and effort are urgently needed. Lawmakers in Phoenix and Washington DC are undoing the… Read the rest
Thursday, May 11, 7 pm to 8 pm, 290 S. 1st Avenue, Suite 1, Yuma. What happens at a Central Committee meeting of Yuma County Democratic Party?
Usually, Martin Porchas chairs the meeting and he’s been ruthlessly efficient about completing it in one hour. There’s some dry business stuff–sharing reports, state meeting attendance, voting to accept yada yada–but maybe the… Read the rest
Yuma Democrats held their annual Spring Salute on Friday, April 28….a pleasant & successful evening at Gowan Patio. About 100 people attended to enjoy a cocktail hour and then a delicious meal catered by Bob Nidifer. The DeDecker duo entertained with songs from the 70’s-and 80’s and helped to remind us of the decades when we all knew changes needed… Read the rest
Yuma is a part of the nationwide Rise Up 5K in 306 U.S. cities on July 1, 2017. The goal is to continue the momentum of the Women’s March while raising money for civil liberty charities. They’re on pace now to have tens of thousands of participants. 100% of the net proceeds are going to the nine benefiting charities. To… Read the rest
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APS Customers: Two More Public Comment Opportunities
The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has one more public comment session for the Arizona Public Service (APS) rate case. If you are an APS customer, we strongly encourage you to attend and to provide oral comments! It is vital for the ACC to hear from the people who will be… Read the rest