Archives: Endorsed

Arizona women determined to make significant change.

Lela Alston

For the past eleven years Lela Alston has represented LD 24 in the Arizona Legislature: she served eight years in the House and is now in her fourth year in the Senate, where she serves on the Appropriations, Finance, and Government committees.

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Jeanne Casteen

Jeanne Casteen is a parent, educator, and former school board president. As a middle school and high school teacher, Jeanne has seen firsthand how policies at the state level have created a two-tier education system that hurt entire communities.

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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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jenn duff

A Mesa native with British family roots that go back to Falcon Field during World War II, Duff is very active in the Mesa community. She spent six years on the Board of Directors of the i.d.e.a. Museum.

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jennifer eckstrom

Jennifer was first elected to the South Tucson City Council at the age of 18, the youngest person to be elected  to public office in Arizona.

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karen watts

City Councilmember Karen Watts is a Yuma native whose family presence in the Yuma  community dates to the 1800’s. She had the privilege to raise a family of her own here while  having the opportunity to play an active role in serving her community.

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becky daggett

An Arizona native, Becky won her first term on the Flagstaff City Council in 2020, earning the role of Vice Mayor as the top vote recipient. Becky currently directs northern Arizona organizing efforts for the statewide Stop Dark Money campaign.

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solange whitehead

Councilwoman Whitehead and her family came to Scottsdale in 1996 from San Diego for ‘just six months’, fell in love with everything Arizona and never went back.

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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 fallen in love with this desert community in the seventies.

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Lauren Kuby

Lauren Kuby, a two-term councilmember and former vice mayor of Tempe, is a long-time advocate for consumer, environmental, and worker

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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 Arizona consumers tens of billions of dollars, and fought climate change by requiring utilities to produce more clean energy

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Katie Hobbs

Katie Hobbs Arizona Governor As the Senate Minority Leader, Katie Hobbs led the Arizona Democratic Caucus in their tough fight against

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Kathy Hoffman

Kathy Hoffman is Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction and is currently running for re-election. Superintendent Hoffman has spent her entire

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Berdetta Hodge

Berdetta Hodge serves on the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board as the President. Berdetta is the East Valley

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