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Gabriella Cázares-Kelly (she/her) is a proud, dues paying, #RedForEd public school educator, community organizer and candidate for Pima County Recorder. She is one of four women who founded Indivisible Tohono, a grassroots, community organization that provides opportunities for education and civic engagement for members of her tribe: the Tohono O’odham Nation. She is extremely politically active in Tucson and Statewide and believes in the need to infiltrate, create or transform spaces to include Indigenous voices and issues.
Kim has been part of the Pima County Recorder’s Office administrative team for over 5 years and is currently the Assistant Chief Deputy. Her roles in the Recorders Office include human resources, accounts payable, and media relations. She has been a Certified Election Officer in the State of Arizona since 2015 and has been part of the management team in over 14 elections. She is excited to bring her social media and marketing background to the Pima County Recorder’s Office, to help expand awareness of voter registration and all the other important services the Recorder’s Office offers the citizens of Pima County.
Deedra Abboud is a Phoenix-based attorney and Civil Rights/Social Justice leader highly respected for her community leadership and advocacy. Originally from Arkansas, Deedra moved to Arizona in 1998, serving as a civil rights and social justice advocate for more than 15 years, while also becoming a small business owner and attorney in Scottsdale.Transparency, Accountability, and Accessibility are the foundation of her values for service to the Maricopa County and Arizona communities.
With over 24 years of combined experience as a property tax agent, appraiser, real estate agent, and customer service specialist, Suzanne Droubie has the expertise and leadership skills necessary to turn the Assessor’s Office into a valuable resource for the constituents of Pima County. If elected, she will be the first female assessor in Pima County’s history.