African American Caucus
The Arizona African American Caucus (AAC) seeks to encourage political participation and education within the African American community and encourage African Americans to seek public office at all levels. We also fight for equality for African Americans by advocating for issues such as educational, economic, criminal, healthcare and immigration justice and ensuring voting rights and protection for all.
The goals of the AAC in order of importance are to:
- Increase the number of Precinct Committee Persons (PC)
- Increase the number of registered African Americans
- “Get out the vote efforts” (“GOTV”)
Lead: Quiana Dickenson email@example.com (623)225-6847
Vice Chair: Paul Taylor (520) 603-7502 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Gayle Randolph (602) 390-4953 email@example.com
Treasurer: Connie Delarge (520) 241-8408 firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian American and Pacific Islanders Caucus
The Arizona Democratic Party Asian American Pacific Islander Caucus
Purpose: The AAPI Caucus is devoted to advancing equal rights for all people, regardless of
race, age, sexual orientation or gender identity. The AAPI Caucus will participate in the policy
decisions and the outreach programs of the ADP to maximize support of the Democratic Party
and its endorsed candidates. The AAPI Caucus will recruit and support AAPI candidates for
elected office. The AAPI Caucus will recruit and support AAPI candidates for ADP leadership
positions at the state and local levels. The AAPI Caucus will recruit and support AAPI candidates
for the delegation to the Democratic National Convention and Committees.
Lead: Sylvia M. Lee, Ph.D, email@example.com
Central Arizona Vice Chair: Janee Pousson,, J.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Southern Arizona Vice Chair: Naomi O. Story, Ph.D., email@example.com
Northern Arizona Vice Chair: Vacant
Secretary: Suzanne Hug, Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Lori Tochihara, email@example.com
Social Media Communication: Ceci Lou Alter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona Dem. Party Asian American Pacific Islander Caucus, P.O. Box 64664 Tucson, AZ
Greetings and welcome to the Disabilities Caucus for the Arizona Democratic Party. The Arizona Disabilities Caucus provides input into State Party policy and operations, and serves as a resource for candidates who wish to demonstrate full inclusion of persons with disabilities within their staff, their events, and message points. It also is a networking vehicle and sounding board within the Arizona disabilities community.
We look forward to helping the Arizona State Democratic Party be all that it can and should be – a fully inclusive political party for the fastest- growing state in the nation. Please use the following resources and contact the Caucus for your disability event or policy needs.
- Disability Language and Etiquette
- Disability Issue Outreach
- Accessibility Guidelines for Democratic Gain
Lead: Celeste Pettijohn
The mission of the Arizona Democratic Party Latinx Caucus is to organize and build capacity to represent the Latinx community in ADP and to empower Latinx families, individuals, and communities; our goal is to become a strong voice in the Democratic Party. We can become this resource with your help and membership in the Latinx Caucus.
We invite and encourage you to attend the Latinx Caucus meetings at Arizona Democratic Party State Committee meeting held throughout the state. We will share exciting news with you including Resolutions we have proposed for consideration, activities and membership.
The Latinx Caucus is working towards being an organized force in and for our Latinx communities. Join us to share our progress on our goals and objectives.
Lead: Xenia Orona
Vice Chair: Patty Contreras
Treasurer: Gregory Jarrin
Secretary: Tom Prezelski
Check out the Latino Caucus Webpage at https://www.azlatinocaucus.org
The LGBT Caucus is a branch of the Arizona Democratic Party that works to ensure that all Arizonans are treated equally and fairly. The Caucus focuses on issues that affect the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, but in doing so, also fights for the equal rights of all. By electing members of the LGBT community and endorsing legislation that helps to prevent discrimination against members of this community, the LGBT Caucus helps make the state of Arizona more fair and equal, and therefore a better place in which to live in.
Lead: Blaise Caudill; BlaiseCaudill2@gmail.com
1st Vice-Chair: Brion Neeley-Ryder; email@example.com
2nd Vice-Chair: Jordan Harb
Treasurer: Claudia Clark
Secretary: Kim Whitley
Native American Caucus
April Ignacio, Lea
Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Vice Chairperson
Joanne Romero, Treasurer
Roxanne Thomas, Secretary
Progressive Caucus (in process)
Lead: Jenese Porter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Veterans’ Caucus (former)
Lead: Patrick J. Carr, email@example.com, 928-606-8383
Vice Chair: OPEN POSITION
Secretary: Jana Lynn Granillo, firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-432-3752.
Treasurer: Virgel Cain, email@example.com, 602-541-6454.
Sgt. At Arms: David Greg Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org