Next meeting

LD9 Candidates Forum
Saturday, May 12 – 9:30am to 11:00am
Risky Business (8848 E Tanque Verde)

Come meet all of the LD9 Democratic candidates and hear their responses to your questions on the issues. The Democratic candidates are:

  • Victoria Steele (Candidate for Senate)
  • Jim Love (Candidate for Senate)
  • Pamela Powers Hannley (Incumbent candidate for House)
  • Randy Friese (Incumbent candidate for House)
  • JP Martin (Candidate for House)

The Tanque Verde Valley Democratic Club presents speakers of interest to Democratic voters on the second Saturday of every month at 9:30 am at Risky Business (8848 E Tanque Verde Road). Meetings are free and open to the public, so please feel free to drop in.

To join the Tanque Verde Valley Democratic Club please email your name, address, telephone number and email address to Beth Isabelle (bethisabelle@gmail.com)

Local Events

Candidates

Democratic Candidates
Primary election: 28 August 2018
General election: 6 November 2018

(Only candidates with a website or Facebook page are listed)

LD9 Arizona Senate


Jim Love
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Victoria Steele
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LD9 Arizona House of Representatives


Dr. Randall Friese (Incumbent)
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Pamela Powers Hannley (Incumbent)
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JP Martin
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LD10 Arizona Senate


Sen. David Bradley (Incumbent)
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LD10 Arizona House of Representatives


Rep. Kirsten Engel (Incumbent)
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Domingo DeGrazia
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Nikki Lee
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Catherine Ripley
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CD02 U.S. House


Matt Heinz
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Ann Kirkpatrick
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Billy Kovacs
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Mary Matiella
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Barbara Sherry
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Bruce Wheeler
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Yahya Yuksel
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Tucson Unified School District Governing Board


Leila Counts
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Adam Ragan
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Arizona Governor


Steve Farley
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Kelly Fryer
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David Garcia
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Secretary of State


Mark Robert Gordon
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Katie Hobbs
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Attorney General


January Contreras
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State Treasurer


Mark Cardenas
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Mark Manoil
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Superintendent of Public Instruction


Kathy Hoffman
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David Schapira
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Corporation Commission


Jake Bell
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Sandra Kennedy
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Bill Mundell
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Kiana Sears
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Mine Inspector


Bill Pierce
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U.S. Senate


Deedra Abboud
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Bob Bishop
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Chris Russell
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Kyrsten Sinema
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About

The Tanque Verde Valley Democratic Club is organized under the auspices of the Pima County Democratic Party.

Board of Directors

Chair: Luci Messing (lucibmessing@cox.net)
1st Vice Chair: Beth Isabelle (bethisabelle@gmail.com)
2nd Vice Chair: Ken Karrels
Treasurer: Steve McClure
Secretary: Hyatt Simpson
Member: Caleb Hayter
Member: Andy Flach
Member: Maria Parham
Member: Pat Wiedhopf

The Tanque Verde Valley Democratic Club was formed in late fall of 2004 in response to results of the November election. A group of Democrats in the area worked extremely hard for election of candidates and was disappointed by the outcome of the presidential race, although heartened by the Pima County vote. Taking into account the amazing grassroots ground swell which had energized Democratic voters nationally, and because we believed that we could accomplish what we wanted in the future by redoubling our efforts on behalf of local, then state and national candidates, we took the necessary steps. We found that we were not alone.We wrote bylaws and held an election. By December of 2004, TVVDC had been accepted as an official unit of the Pima County Democratic Committee. Since then we have organized club committees for: membership, programs, fundraising, communications and voter registration, as well as actively providing Committee Persons for our precincts.

TVVDC provides the opportunity to join forces with other committed citizens in our community to promote the values of the Democratic Party and support candidates whose values are consistent with those of the Party. We now have over 160 members and hope that you will add your voice to ours as we turn Arizona blue.