Democrats of Greater Tucson Springs to Life Online

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Democrats of Greater Tucson (“DGT”) is the only weekly forum for Democrats in Arizona. With its in-person meetings shut down, DGT has sprung to life online with an engaging new website, an informative e-newsletter, podcasts and new webinars featuring candidates for local offices, including:

Steve Diamond
Steve Diamond

Steve Diamond, Democrat running for Pima County Supervisor in District 4. The webinar will take place at Noon on Monday, March 30. The public is invited to attend by simply registering here. Easy instructions will be emailed to attendees. Steve plans to discuss who he is and why he’s running, ensuring a sustainable water supply, protecting the natural environment, timely road repair, humane treatment of all immigrants and No Rosemont Mine!

Laura Conover
Laura Conover

Laura Conover, Candidate for Pima County Attorney. The webinar takes place on Monday, April 6 at Noon. Click here for more info. After a 16-year career of criminal justice work, including defense, victim advocacy, and almost 2 years of the management of 400 federal contract attorneys, she has the leadership skills the Pima County Attorney’s Office needs, so the next generation of prosecutors may keep us safe and sound.

Jonathan Mosher
Jonathan Mosher

Jonathan Mosher, Candidate for Pima County Attorney. He will speak on Monday, April 20 at Noon. He is a tested prosecutor and a committed reformer who has provided justice and empowerment to vulnerable victims, while at the same time implementing smart criminal justice reform. Details to come.

DGT has presented Democratic speakers for the last 40 years. You are encouraged to support the work of DGT and become a member at Membership is only $20. In addition, the organization is presenting:

An informative weekly newsletter. You are invited to subscribe for free at

DGT websiteA  newly-redesigned website at The site is updated daily and carries Events and News sections featuring independent writers and a cartoonist. Members are encouraged to write articles from 250-to-500 words about local causes. Articles and proposals can be sent to

Top stories include:

A podcast with recordings of recent speakers at It includes the last DGT speech given by Pima Supervisor Chair Richard Elias, who died on Saturday, March 28 after serving representing District Five since 2002. Other episodes feature Rex Scott, Candidate for Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1; Dustin Williams, Pima County School Superintendent; Sharon Bronson, Pima County Supervisor, District 3; and Bill Mundell, Candidate for AZ Corporation Commission.

The members miss the delicious food and camaraderie at The Kettle Restaurant. DGT Board members are pitching in to keep the meetings going. In these troubled times, if you’d like to keep your mind active simply register here for Monday’s webinar at Noon.