Get Involved

How you can help

Volunteer

Be a volunteer!

There are many ways you can help Gila County Democrats elect Democratic candidates. Opportunities include canvassing, phone calls, postcard mailings, election workers, event organizers, newsletter, social media.

Fill out our Volunteer form: Volunteer Form

Volunteer Opportunities:


Precinct Volunteer

In 2021, Gila County Dems are beginning a neighborhood outreach program designed to famiiiarize our PCs with the Democratic voters within their own precincts. This outreach is via postcards, phone calls, and door to door canvassing. PCs are hosting neighborhood events for Democrats to meet other Democrats within their precinct. Each precinct is in need of volunteers to help with this outreach. If you would like to help with this effort, and get to know many more Democrats in your precinct, please volunteer! Email us for more information at: info@gilacountyazdems.org



Take Action

From time to time, Gila County Dems will post a call to action. This may be to call your Congress or your State Legislature about pending legislation. It may be to sign a petition. View our Action Alerts

Donate to Democratic Causes

All donations, large and small, are welcome!

Donate to the Gila County Democratic Party via ActBlue: Donate

Please support your candidates by donating to their campaigns. Find their contact information on our Candidates page: Candidates

Become a Precinct Committee Person (PC)

What is a Precinct Committee Person (PC)?

Neighborhood representative of the Democratic Party

Heart and soul, eyes and ears of the party at the grassroots level

The voice of Democrats who feel silenced


Testimonials

When I go to the door of a Democrat I love to see their grin when they say. “Oh, there are other Democrats in Town." Marie F


I know there are folks behind doors that think they are alone in their thinking about equal justice, good public education and healthcare for all. I want to find more like minded folks and bring them into the fold. Patty R


To find out more and to become a PC: Become a PC


Contact Congress and the AZ Legislature

Call or email your legislators and tell them where you stand on the issues.

See our list of contacts: AZ Elected Officials

Request To Speak (RTS)

The Request To Speak program (RTS) is designed to allow the public to register an opinion on bills listed on agendas and to request to speak on a bill in a committee. You will need an account to participate (find out how to obtain one in the "How To" link below). Although the name implies that you want to speak, that is not at all necessary; you may register your opinions from the comfort of your home.

RTS is accessed on the AZ Legislature's website: https://www.azleg.gov/. You will find the link under the "Legislative Information" menu tab. Or, access it directly here: https://apps.azleg.gov/RequestToSpeak/UpcomingAgendas

How to: https://www.azleg.gov/alisPDFs/RTS_Manual_public.pdf

You may also sign up for an account by filling out this form on the Civic Engagement Beyond Voting (CEBV) website: Sign up for an RTS Account

Write a Letter to the Editor

Send a Message to the Community: Write a Letter to the Editor

Gila Countys Payson Roundup has thousands of readers as does the Globe Miami Times. You can make an impact in our communities by writing a letter for publication in these venues. By speaking out, you give courage to others!

The Payson Roundup has a 400 word limit for letters. You can submit using their online form or email to editor@payson.com.

The Globe Miami Times has a 200 word limit for letters. You can submit using their online form.

Join a Democratic Club

Meet with local like minded individuals to share ideas, socialize, and to take action in the community.

Here's our current list of Gila County clubs: Clubs & Caucuses