"When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say something; you have to do something."

"Get in good trouble, necessary trouble, and help redeem the soul of America."  John Lewis

We don't just talk our values. We walk them. We care about our community, work for change, and make our voices heard. Here are some ways LD25 members have dedicated themselves to impacting our community, living our values, and, getting (to quote John Lewis) in "good trouble." Join us!

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Petition Party - August 20, 2021



Eight total petitions! They involve education funding, voting rights/democracy, and medical debt. These awesome LD25 folks are helping everyone who cares about what's happening in our state to make voices heard and work towards making Arizona a better place for our children, families, and citizens. 

Help sign and gather too! Visit our linktree or directly here.

LD25 Democrats signing and signing!

Flashing the "2-5" in Lisa’s driveway on Friday, August 13th while gathering signatures for Invest in AZ Now, Arizona Deserves Better, Healthcare Rising Arizona, and Stop Dark Money.

Help sign and gather too! Visit our linktree or directly here.


July 26, 2021 Highlights from the Moral Monday March from Kachina Park to Sen. Sinema’s office. We advocated to end the filibuster and support legislation protecting voters’ and workers’ rights. LD25 was represented! ✊🏽  Photos by Scott Brown

Iain Hamp, Chiar of LD25 with Tricia Sauer, Indivisible Statewide Organizer

Rachael Clawson & Shelly Gordon, LD25 Precinct Committeepersons

An important reminder, if our Senator rejects ending the filibuster. It was a privilege to have 79-year-old Rev. Jesse Jackson among us and fighting the good fight for democracy!

Lisa Olson (2nd Vice Chair for LD25, PC) and Shelly Gordon (PC), co-founders of ROSAmerica (Revealing Origin Stories of America) showing they know what's at stake if the filibuster isn't ended.

Barbara Arnwine, leader of Tranformative Justice Coalition, delivering a fiery speech.

Photographer Scott Brown with Shelly Gordon

Rev. Dr. William Barber II described the many ways the filibuster has impeded progress since it was first used in 1837.


Fix it or nix it!


July 23, 2021

Thank you to LD25's James Cahill for marching to support workers' rights.