Major events and items on this page:
Information about the pens to use if voting in person, location of voting centers, etc.
. . . . . . . . Primary Election day was August 2. See also the Elections page, which contains
. . . . . . . . information on voting and candidates.
Redistricting announcement (change from D12 to D14, etc.)
District 14 fun get-together and fundraiser, August 9.
Monthly community meeting, August 15.
★ Pens at the Polls
▶ When voting in person, please use the provided felt-tip pens—they are fast drying to prevent smearing the ballot and the inside of voting machines. Watch the video.
▶ When using the ballot received in the mail, use any type of blue or black pen if you’re mailing your ballot back.
Vote Centers: Full list (spreadsheet) of voting locations (use any of the 211 locations).
You can type in your address to find the closest voting location near you.
Vote Centers are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for in-person voting and for early voters to drop off ballots.
Major Changes with Redistricting Announcement
Redistricting occurs every ten years, and we have been renamed District 14 with different boundaries. This website reflects the majority of what was District 12. Other parts of our old district are now Districts 15 and 13.
. . . To see what district you are in, visit the county recorder’s District Locator.
See also these links: Arizona Redistricting Hub | Legislative District Maps | Maps (PDF)
Maps (JPG): LD14, LD15, LD13 | Maps (PDF): All AZ Legislative Districts
Welcome to Arizona’s Legislative District 14 Democratic Party! Although the new statistics for this district are not yet available, we have represented about 50,000 registered Democrats in the Gilbert area.
The D14 party is made up of passionate citizens who believe in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all, and that the government was instituted by the consent of the governed in order to secure these rights. We believe that Arizona is a great state, that the United States is a great country, and that they can both be even better. Nations, states, parties, and other institutions are owned and guided by those who participate, and we work to make ours great. See the hashtag at the bottom of this page.
Site map of our website
Major Event Alerts
★ For more details and other events, see the Events and Calendar page.
▶ District 14 Democrats:
Fundraiser, August 9
Please join the D14 Democrats for a few games of bowling at our fundraiser!
When: Tuesday, August 9, 6-8 PM
Where: An old-fashioned bowling alley in Chandler (address given with ticket purchase)
Tickets: $25 for 2 hours of bowling and shoe rental, and $15 for children
Purchase here: ActBlue D14 Dems Bowling for Dollars
Appetizers are provided, and food is available for purchase.
▶ District 14 Democrats:
Monthly Community Meeting, August 15
Hybrid in-person and Zoom
Please join us on Monday, August 15, 2022, at 7:00 PM.
Register for IN-PERSON or ZOOM attendance in advance (link to be provided).
In-person attendance will be at Chalice Christian Church at:
. . . . 15303 S Gilbert Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85295 (click for Google map)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the meeting.
Guest Speakers: TBD
Candidate Walk-Ins and Zoom-Ins
Links go to the candidates’ websites.
▶ ADP: State Committee Meeting, September 17
Arizona Democratic Party
▶ MCDP: Summer Convention, last one was June 25
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• What is a legislative district?
A legislative district is an area that elects various municipal and state officials, most notably two Arizona representatives and one Arizona senator. Arizona has 30 legislative districts.