by David Safier
When we posted this report last Friday, we did it with the hope that, in true Democratic form, discussion would focus on the ideas in the plan rather than its authors. We are encouraged by the significant discussion that has already occurred, and the large amount of support behind this plan. Many supporters have contacted us and urged us to sign our names. We hope that by doing so, we can push discussion further, and keep it focused on strengthening the Arizona Democratic Party.
As we have said before, we do not see this as a complete blueprint for the Party nor as merely a first draft. The Arizona Democratic Party is in need of reform; the question is how we do it. We hope that this serves as a starting point for the change we need.
1. We do not support or oppose any particular candidate for State Party Chair.
2. We’ve read your comments and updated the message section of the plan. We intended for education, energy and infrastructure to represent the three key parts of a comprehensive economic strategy. The plan now says this explicitly.