Office:

1555 Iron Springs Road

Suite 1

Prescott, AZ  86305

 

Mail:

P.O. Box 1644

Prescott, AZ 86302

Phone:  928-541-0413
Email:
info@yavdem.org

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 11-3pm

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Our Mission

The Yavapai County Democratic Party shall be to promote the values, message and principles of the Democratic Party and work to elect Democrats to public office. 

Arizona's first Governor George W.P. Hunt, democrat elected 1911. Served seven terms. President of the convention that drafted the Arizona Constitution.

    2019 Issues

 

  • Education & Training

      Statewide focus on opposing privatization and vouchers, increasing                      funding, blocking bad education legislation; charter school and STO                      oversight; securing post-secondary education funding; DACA and JTED.

  • Environment

      On the local, state and national levels: Promote solar energy and clean                energy; recognize and fight climate change, protect water sources and                develop sustainable policies; prevent forest wildfires through policies.

  • Immigration & Refugees

      On the local, state and national levels: collect relief supplies, support                    DACA, publicize contributions of immigrants.

  • Election Integrity

      On the local state and national levels: establish a vote-by-mail system;                support efforts to expose Dirty Money through a referendum; oppose                    voter suppression; promote campaign finance reform; protect redistricting            process; protect the integrity of the 2020 census

  • Healthcare

      On the state and national levels: provide affordable healthcare for all;                  protect mental health coverage; reduce prescription drug prices;                          address the opioid crisis effectively; seek lower medical care costs.

  • Defending the 99%

      On the national level: promote policies to strengthen the middle class,                  provide economic equity via jobs and livable wages, fair taxation,                          economic revival and expanded opportunities, fund public transportation              (also on the local level); address inflation; end the trade war and                          damaging economic policies; rein in the robber barons; stop corporate                   influence in running the country; restore consumer protections; protect                 net neutrality; ensure broadband internet access in rural areas; hold  

       public officials accountable; set legislative goals and promote affordable               housing.

 

  • Social & Criminal Justice Reform

       Promote Gun sense and the ERA, as well as reforming the prison                         system and restoring voting rights of those who served their time.