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Junelle Cavero

My name is Junelle Cavero, and I am honored to be running as a Democrat for State Representative in District

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Sandra Kennedy

Sandra was first elected to the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2008 on a platform of promoting solar energy in Arizona and as a fierce consumer advocate.

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Doreen Garlid

Doreen Garlid was elected to the Tempe City Council in 2020. As a member of the Navajo Nation, she made

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Nikki Amberg

Nikki Amberg’s journey into public policy began as her frustrations with the “system” grew.  As a teacher in Louisiana’s public

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Casey Clowes

Casey Clowes is running for Salt River Project District Board, At-Large 11 to ensure we have healthy, sustainable communities across

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Quantá crews

Rev. Quantá Crews is a community advocate and an associate minister at The Historic Tanner Chapel A.M.E. Church in Phoenix,

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Kris Mayes

During her time as an Arizona Corporation Commissioner, Kris Mayes’ leadership helped create tens of thousands of high-paying jobs, saved

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Dr. Ashley Hodge

Dr. Ashley Hodge, a South Phoenix native and third-generation graduate of the Roosevelt Elementary School District, is deeply committed to

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Eva Burch

Eva was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and attended valley public schools from kindergarten through high school, eventually graduating

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Ginny Dickey

Ginny chose Fountain Hills as her hometown in 1983. Born and raised in NY, she followed her parents, who had

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Mae Peshlakai

Mae Peshlakai is Dine’; Tangle People Clan and born for the Deer Water Clan, Maternal grandfather Salt Clan and her

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Triné Nelson

Triné (pronounced Trina) is a parent and professional who knows how to create effective educational models and to prepare students

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Deb Harris

Deb Harris is running as a write in candidate for the Flagstaff City Council and she counts it as a

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Khara House

A 10+ year resident of Flagstaff, Khara was appointed to Flagstaff City Council in May 2022. Khara currently works in

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House

Nancy Gutierrez

Nancy Gutierrez has lived most of her life in Arizona. She attended NAU and earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with a math emphasis. She has lived all over Arizona including Phoenix, Sierra Vista, as a military spouse and teacher, and Tucson since 2007.

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School Board

Amanda Steele

Amanda Steele is an engaged member of the community; working and advocating for those within this district. She has deep

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School Board

Signa Oliver

Signa is a proven business leader, a US Army veteran, and a proud mother and grandmother. A native of Phoenix

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Anna Hernandez

Anna Hernandez is a progressive Democrat running for State Senate in Legislative District 24. She was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. While she never wanted to run for office, her family, like many families, has paid the cost of the intentional choices of politicians who put money and ego before people.

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Christine Marsh

Christine Marsh is a proud Phoenician, a graduate of Arizona public schools, and a current State Senator. She raised her

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Raquel Teran

Representative Raquel Terán is a mother, wife, community organizer and lifelong Arizonan. For the last twelve years she has been

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Celia Barotz

Councilmember Celia Barotz was elected to the Flagstaff City Council for a four-year term in May 2010 and served as

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Olivia Cajero Bedford

Senator Cajero Bedford was re-elected to the Arizona state senate by voters in the new LD3. Before having the opportunity

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