Turning Arizona Blue

Follow our AZ Democratic Leaders Bolding and Rios for a Legislative Majority in 2022

January 14, 2022 Ron Williams Host Season 2 Episode 19
Turning Arizona Blue
Follow our AZ Democratic Leaders Bolding and Rios for a Legislative Majority in 2022
Show Notes

I know. After this past year, we Democrats are tired. Tired of the pandemic, the big lie, Arizona seditionists in Congress and a right-wing extremist majority legislature in our state Capitol.

But, we have cause to rally around our values and issues as represented by our Democratic leadership in the legislature -- Reginald Bolding, Minority Leader in the House and Rebecca Rios, Minority Leader in the Senate.

This truly dynamic duo, recently laid out their "Blueprint for a Better Arizona" before the legislative session began. In a blistering account of Republican policies, Bolding and Rios set an agenda that supports: saving democracy, voting rights, women's reproductive rights, public education, the environment, the Equal Rights Amendment and LGBTQ issues.

With their leadership and our focus on these issues -- and holding the right-wing Republicans accountable for every single vote they cast -- we have a golden opportunity to elect a Democratic majority to the state legislature in 2022.  Let's get busy "making good trouble."

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