San Tan Valley Democrats

Welcome! This is the 2020 web site for the San Tan Valley Democrats. The group is for Democrats who live in San Tan Valley and the part of Queen Creek that’s in Pinal County. It starts north of Florence and extends to south of Apache Junction. There are over 15,000 Democrats registered to vote in these precincts.

We’ve adapted the Pinal County Democratic Party’s voter guide to focus on the candidates running in San Tan Valley. If you’re looking for recommendations on candidates, judges and some FUSD School Board write-in candidates, click here.

We formed before the 2016 election as an officially sanctioned club of the Pinal County Democratic PartyCheck out our blog to see the latest news and how to attend our next meeting.

We want to make this a better, safer, healthier, and more fun place to live! We invite you to join us.

We have monthly meetings the third Saturday of each month at 1:00 p.m. When we met in-person, we met at the SRP Building on E. Combs Road. Now we meet on Zoom and YouTube. Anyone can watch on YouTube without a login. You can watch video of featured speakers from our past meetings on our YouTube channel here. While you’re there, please subscribe. You’ll get a notice when the next meeting starts and subscribing will help our channel get a better URL.

Here are some other ways get connected. The best is to check us out on Facebook. We hope you’ll click this link and join our group. We post information on how to participate in the Zoom meeting there. You’ll see things that are happening there first, and be able to participate in discussions with the group.

We have a newsletter/email list. We’ve been sending out updates once or twice a month. They may be a bit more frequent between now and the election. Sign up at the bottom of any page.

We are on Twitter: @STVDems. We are on Instagram: @STVDems. You can also use our Contact page to get in touch.

The most important thing you can do to make a difference, is vote. Then, encourage your family and friends to vote. We need to increase Democratic turnout throughout all our precincts.

There are several ways to return your ballot. After you vote, be sure to sign it. Add your phone number so the county can contact you if there is a question about your signature.

Do not mail it. It’s too late for that. If it arrives after Nov. 3, it won’t count. You can return it to one of the early voting sites or ballot drop boxes around the county. That saves the county postage and insures it is received. Please vote early. Don’t wait until Nov. 3.

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The San Tan Valley area is part of U.S. Congressional District 4 (CD 4) and Arizona Legislative Districts 8, 12 and 16 (LD 8, LD 12 and LD 16). Click this link to see the 2020 Democratic candidates. On the map LD 8 is mustard color, LD 12 is teal, and LD 16 lime green.

Pinal County Precincts in or near San Tan Valley.
Pinal County Precincts in or near San Tan Valley

We’re starting a series on the Democratic candidates that will appear on San Tan Valley ballots. Don’t forget to check out our blog to see the latest news.

Get in touch and let’s make the San Tan Valley, our county, state, and country even better! We’ll help you make a difference!

The election is Tuesday, Nov. 3. In Arizona, early voting starts Wednesday, Oct. 7.

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