Four Candidates: Brunch House Party, May 15

Pamela Powers Hannley

It has been a very busy 2016 with four house parties, six days of library tabling, regular canvassing, and many meetings and community events, like the Tanque Verde Democrats Women Candidates Forum, the Foothills Forum, the Arizona List Luncheon, Cyclovia and the Garden District Porch Fest.

This Sunday, May 15 is the date of my last house party before petition signatures are due on June 1.

You are cordially invited to the home of former Pima County Democratic Party Chair Don Jorgensen and his wife Kathy in the Tucson Foothills, 6460 N. Camino Abbey, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The Jorgensens are hosting four candidates at this event: Tom Chabin and Bill Mundell (Corporation Commission candidates), Brian Bickel (Pima County Supervisor candidate), and me– Pamela Powers Hannley (LD9 house candidate).

Chabin, Mundell and I are all running as Clean Elections Candidates. If you come, please bring at least three $5 bills for Clean Elections qualifying contributions. 

If you can’t come to the brunch, please consider going to this link and donating five to eligible Clean Elections candidates online. The Clean Elections process is important to Arizona’s democracy because it allows progressives like me to run for office without accepting big money donations from PACs or dark money donors.

Here is the link to the Facebook event, and below is the full invitation for Sunday‘s brunch house party. You can RSVP on Facebook or my contacting Don with the information below. I hope to see you soon…at the Jorgensen’s… or along the campaign trail in the coming months.

Thank you for your support!

Jorgensen house party flier
Jorgensen house party flier

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