Mohave County Democratic Central Committee
Office Hours: Monday — Thursday
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
Saturday, July 04, 2020 - 4:56 am MST
Our mission before us, lest we get too caught up in presidential politics, is to register new democrats, support new candidates—especially local and statewide as well as congressional and senatorial. We must win control of our state house and state senate and replace Gosar and McSally. Call us at 928-753-0006.
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Our Mission: Build an official Democratic Party network in Mohave County to encourage a well informed electorate that supports our American values of justice, equality, and a fair standard of living for all.

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Arizona Primary Election
August 4, 2020

Kickin' it . . .


I was really excited to think I may be able to attend what was to be the great Arizona debate. Well that didn’t work out so well did it?

Then we had the Presidential Preference Election. Best turnout ever statewide. We were well positioned with having volunteers be Poll Workers; we had the largest number of Political Observers signed up and approved by the County Elections Department. Well that didn’t work out so well either as the Arizona Democratic Party advised us we should not do observing.

We stopped door to door canvassing, we closed the door to the office, and we have been spending time adjusting to the new Executive Orders.

Arizona needs 16,000 volunteers to work the Primary in August. Please consider volunteering. Did you know that 80% of Arizona voters have signed up to vote by mail? So why aren't our turnout numbers higher?.

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says that Arizona will never be 100% vote by mail. Why? Because let's remember that many of our Native American Indian Reservations do not have single household addresses and they need polling locations. That's just one example. So what can we do until we can reconvene in person?

1)   Make calls!!
a.   Our goal should still be that every voter in Mohave County signs up for Permanent Early Vote List (PEVL).
b.   Don't want to sign up for PEVL, request a one-time early vote by mail ballot.
c.   Request an absentee ballot.

2)   Hold virtual District Meetings. We have purchased Zoom, a virtual platform that allows us to conduct meetings remotely. You do not need to download anything on your iPad, laptop, or desktop. We have ways to help secure our meetings. If you are unable or not interested in logging in via a device, you can easily join a meeting simply by dialing in to a secure phone number.

3)   We are looking into the option of doing PEVL sign up via postcards, more to come.

I know I'm ready to get back out and hit the trail hard. We have some amazing candidates who were successful in collecting signatures and getting on the Primary Ballot, including Jack Ehrhardt, running for Board of Supervisors District 4 and Gerald Ross, Bullhead City Council. Congratulations to both..

Needless to say we have postponed our picnic until October and we will continue to invite candidates who are running up and down the ballot.

I sincerely hope everyone is doing ok and that your families are as well. I will schedule our next MCDCC meeting when we get the green light. Stay safe and if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions please let me know.

Respectfully yours,
Mary McCord Robinson

2020 Primary Candidates

Note: Peach Springs is part of Mohave County but is in Congressional District 1 and Legislative District 7. Their candidates are included in this list.

● U.S. Senate CD-4

Mark Kelly (D)

Retired Astronaut

Retired Navy Officer


Gun Rights Activist

Mark Kelly (D)



Mark Kelly

● U.S. House of Representatives CD-1

Tom O'Halleran (D)

Congressman CD1, Incumbent



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● U.S. House of Representatives CD-1

Eva Putzova (D)

National Communications and Technology

Director  for Restaurant Opportunitie

Centers United

Recipient of the Arizona Woman of Vision

Award, 2017



Eva Putzova

● U.S. House of Representatives CD-4

Delina DiSanto (D)

Registered Nurse



David Brill

● U.S. House of Representatives CD-4

Stuart Starkey (D)

Principal, C.O. Greenfield School



Stuart Starkey

● AZ Senate, Legislative District 7

Jamescita Peshlakai (D)

State Senator LD7, Incumbent

Policy Director,

Arizona Foundation For Women

Liaison, The Navajo Nation

Veteran, U.S. Army


Jamescita Peshlakai

● AZ State House, Legislative District 7

Arlando Teller (D)

Progrsm Manager

⁶ Department of Airports Management


 Arlando Teller

● AZ State House, Legislative District 7

Myron Tsosie (D)

School Board Member

Chinle Unified School District #24


 Myron Tsosiek

● AZ Corporation Commission

Bill Mundell (D)

Former Member, Corporation Commission




● AZ Corporation Commission

Shea Stanfield (D)

Former member, Cave Creek Town Council

Retired Public School Teacher

Environmental Activist



Shea Stanfield

● AZ Corporation Commission

Anna Tovar (D)

Mayor of Tolleson, Arizona



Anna Tovar

● Mohave County Supervisor, District 4

Jack Ehrhardt (D)

General Building Contractor



Jack Ehrhatdt

● Kingman City Council

Sarah Ferry (NP)

Vice-Chair, Kingman Clean City Commission

Volunteer, Kingman Main Street

Small Business Owener


Sarah Ferry

● Kingman City Council

Jamie Stehly (NP)

Small Business Owener


Jamie Scott Stehly

Lest We Forget!

We the People of the United States,

● in Order to form a more perfect Union,

● establish Justice,

● insure domestic Tranquility,

● provide for the common defence,

● promote the general Welfare,

● and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity ,

do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

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COVID-19 Alert

All in-person MCDCC meetings, District meetings, and training have been cancelled. Meetings will be held on a virtual platform and listed as "Virtual, TBA". Contact your Chairs for details.

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Virtual, TBA

Wednesday, July 15

Kingman Federation of Democratic Women


Virtual, TBA

Wednesday, June 3

District 1


Virtual, TBA

Thursday, July 9

District 2

Bullhead City

Virtual, TBA

Wednesday, June 24

District 3

Lake Havasu City

Virtual, TBA

Wednesday, June 10

Executive Committee


Virtual, TBA

Thursday, June 11

6:30 pm


MCDCC PhoneBank Tuedsay

MCDCC Thursday Canvass

Out of an abundance of caution, all canvassing and group phone banking events have been put on hold.

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Meeting Places


MCDCC Office, 212-B N. 5th Street

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Bullhead City

That Dam Diner, 3061 Hwy 95

El Palacio, 1885 Highway 95

Hope Methodist Church, 1325 Ramar Rd.

Lake Havasu City

Casa Serrano los Arteagas, 150 Swanson Ave.

Red Robin, 70 Swanson Ave.

Grace Episcopal Church, 111 Bunker Dr.

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