We had an announced turnout of 637 at the Accountability Session-- and then more people signed-in later! If you weren’t there, be sure to watch KOLD’s video coverage.
All year long we’ve been talking about what makes democracy work: active, engaged and knowledgeable voters - people that care about education, health care, immigration, food security, workforce training and the environment. That’s why we’ve been doing house meetings, civic academies, research actions, leadership training and the accountability session.
Besides the 8 congressional and state candidates featured, we had another dozen who came to be recognized, and Mayor Rothschild and Richard Elias, the Chair of the Pima County Board of Supervisors. Review the questions asked HERE.
NOW: if every one of us gets 10 others to vote and makes announcements in our institutions – both faith and non-faith - we will have 6-10,000 more voters participating in this election.
Although we are nonpartisan in terms of candidates and parties, we are very partisan for the issues that we care about that affect our families and community. Please tell folks to vote, and that Pima County Interfaith has endorsed the Parks & Rec. City Proposition 407 and the County Road Proposition 463.