Arizona's legislative districts have been redrawn, and we have a lot of updates for you!
(1) Arizona's legislative districts have been redrawn.
You can check your new district on these sites:
Note that the Pinal County Recorder's site is not yet updated.
For those of us in the new Legislative District 15, our new district covers San Tan Valley, Queen Creek, and the Mesa-Gateway area. We are a Maricopa-Pinal district that unifies us across county boundaries, and we are very excited about working together.
(2) The D15 Dems organization is in its startup phase.
We are in the process of setting up the website, social media, email system, and more for our new D15 Dems organization. Please, follow us on social media wherever you are most comfortable or active:
Please, ask your like-minded friends, neighbors, and family to follow us on their preferred social media, too. Over the next few weeks, we’ll begin posting events, information, legislative updates, and even memes.
(3) We have scheduled our first D15 Dems meeting.
Our first meeting will be on Zoom on April 12 at 7:00 PM. RSVP now.
We will schedule a regular, recurring monthly meeting in a few weeks, after we’ve had a chance to gather availability from all of you.
(4) We are recruiting for three Board positions, and we hope you’ll consider taking on one of these: First Vice Chair, Second Vice Chair, & Secretary. Please email or call me if you are interested in learning more about the responsibilities of these roles:
(5) We were asked to tell you what to expect from your new district organization, but we want to hear what you want. If you haven't taken our survey, would you take 2 minutes to give us your thoughts?
(6) We would love to start to get to know you. Please, reach out to us at your convenience.
Over the next few days, We will start working our way down our district precinct committee list to reach out individually to each of our D15 precinct committee persons. If we haven’t called you yet, please feel free to call or email us. Together, we will build a strong district organization. Growing our presence in the Southeast Valley and building a better Arizona starts with you right here in your neighborhood.