Mohave County Democratic Central Committee

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Our Mission: Build an official Democratic Party network in Mohave County to encourage a well informed electorate that supports our American values of justice, equality, and a fair standard of living for all.

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The Need to Vote!

I've heard so many people say this year, "I'm not voting, there is nobody running that I care to vote for." What a mistake! If you choose not to vote in November, you give up the right to vote for anyone that is running in the many city and county races; in effect, you don't get to help decide who is Mayor, Council members, Board of Supervisors, Recorder, Assessor - and I could go on. As far as voting for President, my advice is to check out the legislative and community service records of the candidates and vote for the one who is best suited to serve the people of the United States - for me, that's Hillary - but's that me!

Then there is the next good reason to vote and that is our servicemen and women. I have a son who is currently serving in Iraq and for his sake alone, I will vote! If you know of a veteran who gave up his or her nice comfortable life to serve us, to go in harm's way at the direction of the President; you need to vote! Do you know a family whose serviceman or servicewoman has given their life for their country? Then you need to vote!

Do you have a family? What lessons of civic service are you teaching your children if you don't vote? Take a minute, think about what this country will be if they aren't taught to vote. It is not a right to vote, it is as an American, an obligation that has been given to us to fulfill through the pain of the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the World Wars, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq. And the next one. Voting is not a right, IT IS AN OBLIGATION!

Many people say they vote because they want the right to complain about those who are elected, and that is valid; except we might want to vote to help applaud those decisions. I understand that we as a Nation have changed. We are no longer a gentle nation; we are fast evolving into a nation of hate, of murder in the streets, of pronounced division of races and classes. And the social graces and behavior in America are dwindling fast. The America we have lived in and dreamed of is fast fading away; the place to save it is in the voting booth. Be a part of the solution, not part of the problem; and if you don't like who wins, then vote them out at the first opportunity. But VOTE. Voting is the lifeblood of the nation.

Marty Luna-Wolfe
Acting Chair


If you are a Precinct Committee Person, part of your responsibility is to canvass your precinct for our Democratic candidates and volunteer in the various phone banks for them.

We are in the last 100 days before the general election and perhaps the most important election of our lives. We simply can not let the Republican presidential candidate win this election; nor can we risk not communicating our message to "support Hillary" to those who are vaguely or directly disillusioned with this election.

I am asking that each of the PCs for 2015-2016 get in touch with your District Chair and make sure she or he is aware of your plans to canvass your precinct, and to be making phone calls urging the people in your precinct to vote Democratic in both the primary and general elections.

We have 97 days to go and lots of work to do. Have a great week.

Marty Luna-Wolfe
Acting Chair


They have arrived! Four days and four Mohave County delegates to the DNC convention in Philly. Beth Weisser, Joe Longoria, Mikel Weisser and Lorraine Rychill.Mohave 2016 DNC Delegates

Now that the republicans have spent a week frightening us, the integrity of the RNC has fallen to its lowest tidal watermark in decades. Clammers know that low tide is the best time for digging, but also face the reality that an oncomIng storm can surge over the normal tide and cut short their hopes for a good day. The clamor in Cleveland has heralded a storm of protest in Philadelphia that will drown the Republicans' scratching and digging with a rising tide of epic propo2hinojrtions. Perhaps this will go down in the history books as the great flood of 2016. I wonder if the republicans are building an ark.

President Obama,  44th President of the United States

from the
Briefing Room

Election Day
November 8, 2016

The Current


Bullhead City

El Palacio

Wednesday, August 17

6:30 pm

District 1



Monday, August 8

7:00 pm

KDWC Executive Committee

Kingman Office

Monday, August 8

10:30 am

Kingman Democratic Women's Club


Wednesday, August 10

6:30 pm

River Valley Democrats

Bullhead City

Hope Methodist Church

Wednesday, August 24

5:30 pm

Lake Havasu City Democratic Association

Red Robin

Wednedsy, August 10

7 :00 pm

Lake Havasu City Power Hour

Jersey's Grill

Thursday, August 18

5:30 pm

Executive Committee

Kingman Office

Thursday, August 11

6:00 pm


Adopt-A-Block Cleanup


Saturday, August 6

7:00 am

Primary Election

Your Town, Your Precinct

Tuesday, August 30

6:00 am -- 7:00 pm

Early Voting

Early voting begins on August 3rd. If you need help with voting sites and/or registration information, please call our office or the Mohave County Elections Office or look at their website.

Meeting Places


MCDCC Office, 212-B N. 5th Street

Calico's Restaurant, 418 W. Beale Street

Golden Corral, 3580 Stockton Hill Rd.

Bullhead City

El Palacio, 1885 Hwy. 95

Hope Methodist Church, 325 Ramar Rd.

Lake Havasu City

2041 Swanson Ave., #3

Jersey's Grill, 2049 McCulloch Blvd. N.

Red Robin, 70 Swanson Ave.

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