Arizona List political director Laura Hogan at DGT

When:
October 3, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
2016-10-03T12:00:00-07:00
2016-10-03T13:30:00-07:00
Where:
Dragon's View restaurant
400 N Bonita Ave
Tucson, AZ 85745
USA
Cost:
Free

Political director of Arizona List, Laura Hogan will speak at DGT.

Laura Hogan

Laura Hogan

“Laura, an Arizona native hailing from Douglas, AZ attended school at Michigan State University before returning  to work with Carolyn Warner in her consulting business.  A former LD 30 Chair and Vice-Chairwoman of the AZ Democratic Party, she served as Field Director of the AFL-CIO branch of the Pima Area Labor Federation.

She will discuss her work for the Arizona List in labor issues and women’s rights, getting local women candidates elected in the upcoming races.”

Arizona List
A political committee to elect
pro-choice Democratic women in Arizona
P.O. Box 16232
Tucson, AZ 85732
520-327-0520
www.ArizonaList.org

There is a required nominal charge of $3.50 for a beverage. An optional buffet lunch is available for just $10.00 that includes beverage and dessert. Both prices include tax and tip. Credit and Debit Cards are accepted, but will incur a $2.00 processing fee that is added to the price of your meal.

One response to “Arizona List political director Laura Hogan at DGT

  1. Hogan was recently inducted into Dem Party Hall of Fame (on 10/1/16) and spoke of Arizona’s List goal to help elect Pro-Choice Democratic women in Arizona. In 2015 there were 18 women in the legislature, 45% increase from when the group started in 2003. She spoke of key seats: LD Senate 2, 6, 7, 8 and District 3 Supervisor Sharon Bronson. 50% of the endorsed candidates are now minority women. AZ List has 946 members now, hoping to get to 1000. Questions were about differences in their “endorsed” and “on the list” candidates (from handout), what’s the process to select candidates for endorsement, what would disqualify a candidate from their list, is voter turnout for women higher than men in Arizona & Pima County, existence of other similar Lists in other states, would they discourage a Pro Choice woman to run in a district with incumbent Pro Choice man (yes). Present today were LD 2 Senator Andrea Dalessandro and Ward 3 Councilmember Karin Uhlich, who both spoke up in support of how AZ List helped them. Also present Betts Putnam-Hidalgo (TUSD Bd. candidate – not on their list) and Brian Bickel, (D 1 Supervisor candidate).

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