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Due to concerns regarding the coronavirus, all meetings are being held by televideo.  Contact action group leaders for the meeting information and links.  


November General Meeting

Sunday, November 15, 2020
2:00 p.m.

Zoom Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85395335947?pwd=V3lFOHIvSURXcUZXTWJlVzZhTW5OUT09

The Electoral College

presented by

Maureen Brooks

Need help getting started with Zoom?  Check out this introduction:  https://youtu.be/6fIYWnfTc5o


Arizona General Election November 3, 2020

Here’s your guide to candidates for federal, state and local positions. Have you voted by mail already? Check the status of your ballot HERE.


Proposition 208, Invest in Education
Proposition 481, Pima Community College Base Level Funding

Proposition 484, Continental School Budget Override


For more detailed information about judges on the ballot, including methodology and rationales, go HERE


Election Volunteer Opportunities

  • Participate in Mission for Arizona volunteer opportunities.  This is the campaign working with the AZ Dem Party to elect Mark Kelly and democrats up and down the ballot.  Go to www.missionforarizona.com .   Or contact Henry Large, our Green Valley field representative, hlarge@missionforarizona.com.  Sign up for the weekly newsletter with upcoming events/opportunities.  This is a well-organized ZOOM effort, providing volunteer training, tools needed, and debriefing social times. 
  • Volunteer for a favorite candidate.  Candidate’s web sites have volunteer opportunities.  Consider doing a ZOOM meet and greet for a candidate or hand out candidate’s literature. 
  • If you are a Pima County registered voter, Pima County is looking for poll workers.  Contact Pima County Elections at 724-6830 or apply online at: https://azsos.gov/pollworker.
  • Participate in Vote Forward.  Vote Forward volunteers send 5-20 heartfelt handwritten letters to unregistered and low-propensity voters encouraging them to participate in our democracy. Vote Forward provides the letter text and AZ addresses.  The letters have been shown to significantly boost voter turnout.  http://www.votefwd.org
  • DCSRA will, in the first 10 days of October, working with LD2, be doing a “blue card drop,” which involves no contact, card drops with valuable information for voters.  DCSRA needs drivers and droppers!  Please let Arlynne Ostlund know if you are interested in participating.  arlynneo@aol.com .  You may also sign up in person at the DCSRA HQ. 

Early Voting and Polling Locations

Polling Location

To determine your polling location go to Pima County Recorders Office, https://recorder.pima.gov
Under “Election Information” select “Polling Location” 
Enter your address and the polling location will appear. 
If you are voting in person on Election Day you must go to that polling location.

Early Voting

If you wish to drop your vote by mail ballot off, rather than mailing it, you may do so at the early voting site which is:
The Good Shepherd Church
17750 S. La Canada
Sahuarita, AZ, 85629

Early Voting is available:
10/26 through 10/30  Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm

Emergency Voting is available:
Saturday, October 31,  9 am – 3 pm
Monday, November 2, 8 am – 5 pm

Questions:  Call the Pima County Recorder’s Office:  520-724-4330


If you are a Pima County registered voter, Pima County is looking for poll workers.  Contact Pima County Elections at 724-6830 or apply online at: https://azsos.gov/pollworker.


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