Pamela Powers, a progressive voice for Arizona
Well, the Pima County Democratic Party didn’t exactly say that tomorrow night’s LD9 debate is the “debate of the century.” but they did say this…
Don’t miss two of the most highly anticipated debates this primary season!
LD 9: Rep. Randy Friese, Rep. Matt Kopec, Pamela Powers Hannley
Pima Community College NW Campus
7600 N. Shannon Rd, Tucson, AZ
LD 10: Rep. Stefanie Mach, Kirsten Engel, Courtney Frogge
July 28 – 6-8pm (Please note new date!)
Pima Community College District Office
Unlike other years, when the Dems didn’t have much choice in the primary, this year there are several Democratic Party primaries coming up on August 30. In addition to LD9 and LD10, the Pima County Attorney’s office, the Pima County Schools Superintendent, and Pima County Supervisor for District 1 position all have primaries. (I believe there was talk of a signature challenge in the Supes D1 race.)
If you miss tomorrow night’s event, stop by the Nucleus Club on July 14 for an LD9 candidate forum.
If you want to learn more about all of the candidates running for state or Legislative office, check out the Clean Elections Commission’s candidate app. Most candidates have submitted little statements, links to websites, and photos. Very handy. You can also submit questions for the Clean Elections debates via the app. (It is currently available for iPhone and iPad, but the website said a Droid version is coming.)
The Clean Elections debates are recorded. Here is the LD2 debate from June 21.