This past legislative session, Arizonans have been engaged in the political process and their efforts have not gone unnoticed. We saw the effects of citizen participation. Arizonans testified in committee, called their legislators and mobilized their communities by sharing their stories. If we are going to make Arizona stronger, we have to continue to organize, train, network and plan. That is what the We the People Summit is about.
Hosted by organizations including Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition, Children's, Action Alliance, Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence and Ability360, and others the We the People Summit is a series designed to bring together individuals, grassroots organizations and established nonprofits to join forces in forming a message in support of progressive values to affect change in Arizona. Take a look at some of the workshops taking place by clicking this link
Rep. Ken Clark, D-Phoenix (District 24), is one of the event organizers.
"Over the last few months, we have seen a political awakening in the state of Arizona. It has been inspiring and invigorating. The We the People Summit series will focus that energy, educate individuals and empower organizations to take action. Please visit the website and take a look the workshops. Explore the issues and ideas that interest you, and join the conversation," Clark said.
Your involvement in this process is vital to ensuring that your priorities for a better Arizona are being included. House Democrats want to guarantee that your voice is heard, which is why we need you to stay involved. Your voice matters, and it does make a difference.