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This legislative session has been one of the most extreme we've seen yet. From the sham "audit" led by Senate Republicans, numerous voter...Learn More
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As the Senate Minority Leader, Katie Hobbs led the Arizona Democratic Caucus in their tough fight against extremist legislation that harms women, children and families. As Secretary of State, she has worked to make sure all Arizonans have access to the resources necessary to vote. She is running for governor to bring back accountability, transparency, and trust in the Arizona Governor’s Office.
Kathy Hoffman is Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction and is currently running for re-election. She has spent her entire career working in public education, first as a preschool teacher and then as a speech-language pathologist. Throughout her career, she has fought tirelessly for equal access to high-quality public education regardless of a student’s race, gender, or zip code.
Jennifer Adams was elected to the Tempe City Council in 2018 after working for the City of Tempe as staff for 29 years, bringing useful experience as a former city employee to the council. She has been a champion for affordable housing, including neighborhoods in the decision making process, and improving city park and street infrastructure. She is running for re-election to continue her work on the council.
Berdetta Hodge serves as the President of the Tempe Union High School Governing Board. She was the first African-American woman elected in the City of Tempe with her election to the TUHSD Board. As a Tempe Union Alumna, Berdetta Hodge, serving as the president of multiple parent-teacher organizations, as a financial committee member for the Tempe Union High School District and the Tempe Elementary School District, Berdetta knows her district.