Candidate Category: County

Arizona women determined to make significant change.

Cheryl Mango-Paget

Cheryl Mango-Paget has been leading educational initiatives since 1989 and is running for the Coconino County Superintendent of Schools.  For the past twelve years, Cheryl has worked for the Coconino County Education Service Agency as a Professional Development Coordinator and Associate Superintendent.

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Adelita Grijalva

As a native Tucsonan, educated through TUSD schools and the University of Arizona, Adelita is committed to improving the quality

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Lynne Pancrazi

After serving in the Arizona House of Representatives representing LD24 from 2007 to 2013, Lynne Pancrazi was elected to the

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Sharon Bronson

Sharon Bronson is the current Pima County Board of Supervisors representative for District 3. She was first elected in 1996

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Patty Hansen

Patty Hansen was first elected Coconino County Recorder in 2012, after serving in elections administration for 24 years in Pennsylvania,

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Sarah Benatar

Sarah Benatar currently serves as the Coconino County Treasurer. She was appointed to this office by the Board of Supervisors

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Lena Fowler

Currently the chair of the Coconino Board of Supervisors for the third time, Lena has served for 10 years as

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Heather Macre

Heather Macre came to Arizona in 2008, and immersed herself in both the local political scene and in conservation efforts.

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Suzanne Droubie

With over 24 years of combined experience as a property tax agent, appraiser, real estate agent, and customer service specialist,

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Patrice Horstman

Throughout her 45-year career in law and in her forty years in Coconino County, Patrice has worked with numerous community

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Laura Conover

Laura Conover has served as an advocate for the Tucson community and criminal justice reform for the past 20 years.

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Judy Begay

Judy Begay is a lifelong resident of Coconino County and also a lifelong supporter of Democrats. Served as a public

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Jennifer Martin

Jennifer Martin is a life-long Arizonan.  The daughter of an archaeologist living less than a mile from the Superstition Mountain

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Jacqueline Smith

Jacqueline Smith is a higher education professional and advocate who currently serves as Vice President at the Arizona State University

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Donna Michaels

Dr. Michaels, LLC manager/owner has acted as the primary contact in Sedona and focused on facilitation, strategy and logistics to

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Alexandra Arboleda

Alexandra Arboleda has dedicated her career to solving Arizona’s water and natural resource challenges. The depth and breadth of her

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