Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley at the recent joint health committee meeting.
Economic Inequality, Access to Care & Workforce Development will be the focus of my Legislative update at the Democrats of Greater Tucson Meeting on Monday, December 4.
Come on down and hear how Arizona could lessen economic inequality and improve access to care while developing new career paths. Also, hear about new legislation being proposed in these areas in 2018.
Mingling starts after 11:30 a.m., and the program starts at noon on the dot. For $10, you can enjoy the Chinese buffet at the Dragon View Restaurant.
If you live in LD9 and have not donated $5 to support my Clean Elections campaign, please bring an extra $5 to the luncheon. Can’t make it on Monday? You can donate $5 online here and watch my blog for more on this topic.
Standing up for the minimum wage increase at the 2016 Labor Day Picnic.
Come and join Jim and I at the Powers For The People booth at the Pima Area Labor Federation’s Annual Labor Day Picnic on Monday, September 4 at Reid Park.
The Labor Day Picnic is like homecoming for Jim and me. We have had a booth or attended the Labor Day Picnic nearly every year since we met– first with Progressive Democrats of America (PDA), then with Arizonans for a New Economy, for the past two years as a candidate for Arizona House, and this year as an elected representative. Two years ago, I collected my first signatures and $5 Clean Elections Qualifying Contributions at the Labor Day Picnic.
There are five ways you can support my 2018 re-election campaign at the picnic.
1- Sign my petition
If you live in LD9, I will have nominating petitions for you to sign at my booth. Please help me get on the ballot in 2018.
2- Give Me $5 for Clean Elections
Yes, I am running clean again and looking for $5s. Running clean is part of my value system. I believe that elected officials should answer to the voters– not to big money donors, lobbyists, political action committees, or dark money. Clean candidates have no strings attached because we accept only modest donations from real people. I will have $5 Clean Elections Qualifying Contribution forms at the booth on Monday. To qualify for Clean Elections funds and avoid trap of big money politics, I have to collect at least 200 $5 donations from LD9 voters . Please help me out, and bring a $5 to the picnic.
Besides their views on Mexican American Studies, one of the most telling questions at Wednesday's Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) candidate forum was about labor unions. There were definitely differences of opinion about the role of teachers' unions and how the union issue relates to the shift toward charter schools (which are not unionized).
Seven of 12 candidates for TUSD governing board candidates participated in a candidate forum sponsored by Dinking Liberally Tucson.
After the jump, listen to the candidates' thoughts on working with labor unions. This is the third in a series of videos from the forum. Here is a link to my You Tube channel where this and other video clips reside.
Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m.: Drinking Liberally returns to Tucson, at Ermanos Back Room, 220 N. 4th Avenue, Tucson. We need to know by the morning of each meeting approximately how many folks will attend. Please RSVP to … Continue reading →
Panelists include David Lujan, Director at the Arizona Center for Economic Progress; Andrea Witte, Owner of Witte Designs and ConnectTheDotsUSA; Stew Grabel, former Ombudsman for the Pima Council on Aging. https://www.facebook.com/events/146999999310410/Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreEmailTumblrPrintPocketRedditLinkedInGooglePinterest
The Age of Consequences WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 AT 7:30PM | FREE ADMISSION Featuring a post-film panel discussion with local experts: Gary Krivokapich Engineer at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base; Edward Beshore, Tucson Group Leader, Citizens Climate Lobby; Dr. Gregg Garfin Director of … Continue reading →
TPD Hosting Active Shooter, Violent Encounter Personal Preparedness Course “On Thursday, February 22, 2018, the Tucson Police Department is hosting an active shooter, violent encounter personal preparedness course for the public. The course will be held at the West Side Service … Continue reading →
“Join us for our Tucson Campaign Kickoff! January Contreras is out to become Arizona’s next Attorney General to fight for all of us, but she can only do this with your support, time, and heart. So join us and many … Continue reading →
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/0d4hWZGmmHte2ZWv2 Despite our best intentions, we as members of majority-white faith communities and/or denominations continue to perpetuate white supremacy, ranging from micro-aggressions we commit as individuals to the very structure of our institutions. As we seek to participate … Continue reading →
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/0d4hWZGmmHte2ZWv2 Despite our best intentions, we as members of majority-white faith communities and/or denominations continue to perpetuate white supremacy, ranging from micro-aggressions we commit as individuals to the very structure of our institutions. As we seek to … Continue reading →
Hosted by Tucson Showing Up for Racial Justice – SURJ “Join us on February 24 at the UU Church of Tucson in the Goddard Hall for this four hour interactive workshop to support the vibrant Immigrant Justice movement in Southern … Continue reading →
One Day University with the Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) February 24, 2018 9:30 AM – 1:15 PM SCHEDULE 9:30 AM – 10:35 AM The Civil War and Abraham Lincoln: What’s Fact and What’s Fiction?Louis Masur / Rutgers University Abraham Lincoln … Continue reading →