ICYMI: Democrats Unite to Launch Mission for Arizona “Unity Weekend of Action”

For Immediate Release
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Contact: press@missionforarizona.com
ICYMI: Democrats Unite to Launch Mission for Arizona “Unity Weekend of Action”

Arizona Democratic Party Chair Raquel Terán, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, State Legislature candidates and more kicked off canvasses across the state this weekend

PHOENIX — This weekend – just days after Arizona’s primary – Democrats across the state came together to launch a series of canvasses for the Mission For Arizona Coordinated Campaign uniting behind the newly elected slate of Democratic candidates. The “Unity Weekend of Action” volunteers went door to door and talked to voters in both English and Spanish about the importance of re-electing Senator Kelly and Democrats up and down the ticket this November. 


Mission for Arizona launched over 80 phone banks and canvasses this weekend from Flagstaff to Tucson to Yuma and everywhere in between. The over 700 volunteers turned out to knock on doors and speak on the phone with more than 4,000 Arizona voters. 

Here’s what folks had to say about the Weekend of Action: 

Arizona Democratic Party Chair Raquel Terán tweeted:

Priya Sundareshan, Candidate for Arizona State Senate (D-18) tweeted:


Secretary of State and Democratic-nominee for Governor Katie Hobbs tweeted:

Arizona State Senator Rosanna Gabaldon tweeted:


The Mission For Arizona Coordinated Campaign kicked off in June 2021, earlier than any previous Coordinated Campaign in Arizona. Since then, the organization has hit the ground running, working for over a year to organize and ultimately turn out voters in communities in every corner of the state. Organizers have been making calls, knocking doors, and contacting voters online to talk about what’s at stake in this election.


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