Former PCDP (Pima County Democratic Party) Chair Vince Rabago, a practicing attorney will speak about the 2018 Arizona election. He ran for Attorney General in a 3 way race in the August 2010 Democratic primary, and lost to Felecia Rotellini. Vince is also a former Assistant Attorney General for Arizona.
“Vince Rabago is an award-winning former Assistant Arizona Attorney General and is also a former California Deputy Attorney General. Vince has served as the Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party, and has been involved with many different candidate and non-partisan initiative campaigns, including serving as the co-chair of the successful “Pets Are Worth Saving” campaign for the new Pima Animal Care Center. He served on the City of Tucson Redistricting Committee for Ward 5, and has served on various civic organizations and boards. In 2007, he was recognized as one of Tucson’s Top “Forty Under Forty” business and community leaders.
Vince was a regular TV political commentator for the Political Face Off segment for Arizona Illustrated, and he continues in that role on the Buckmaster Radio show. Vince studied political science at the University of Arizona and worked for the Senate Democratic Leadership at the Arizona Legislature before attending the University of San Diego law school. In 2010, Vince was a candidate for Arizona Attorney General in the 2010 Democratic primary.
After 2010, Vince opened his own law office, where he provides legal representation on a wide variety of areas, from consumer protection to constitutional law. Over his 25 year legal career, Vince has worked on high profile cases, from criminal cases to successfully suing the largest payday lender in the country for deceptive practices, to challenging anonymous Dark Money abuses of our political system. Vince continues to fight for justice, good government, fair elections and the right to vote. Vince is a native of Cochise County, born and raised on the border in Douglas, Arizona. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona, California, and in the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.
Vince will be discussing the 2018 Election Results, where Democrats took four statewide offices and now hold the majority of Arizona’s Congressional Delegation.”