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HELP CHARLENE GET ON THE BALLOT

Charlene took initial steps to get on the ballot and then COVID-19 hit as she was collecting signatures.  You could say this virtual campaign looks new and different, but she still needs hard copy signatures to get on the ballot for November 2020.



She went from shaking voters’ hands to social distancing and identifying ways she could serve our most vulnerable community members — low income, homeless, seniors, and minorities.  



Charlene formed the Black AZ COVID-19 Task Force to urge Governor Ducey to conduct testing and protect Black and brown communities across the state, particularly here in Maricopa County.  And then we launched the College COVID Impact virtual series to hear how our LGBTQ+, immigrant, Native American and African American students and families are doing.  We also expanded our campaign website to help County D5 families and residents get help with food, rental assistance, and filing unemployment claims.  For more info visit the website and click “Get Help” at www.CharleneTarverforAZ.com.



Now we need your help gathering 1,000 signatures to get Charlene Tarver on the ballot for the November 2020 Election.



If you live in District 5 (Avondale, Buckeye, Gila Bend, the Gila River Indian Community, Glendale, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Phoenix, Tolleson, Laveen, and many smaller communities) please take a moment to fill out this form and we will mail you a petition sheet to sign and mail back.



Thank you for being the best part of District 5 and thank you for standing with us to elect strong leadership.
 

— Team Tarver2020

Sign Form

COVID-19 has the changed the nature of campaigning as we have gone from shaking hands to social distancing. If possible please take a moment to fill out this form and we will mail you a petition sheet to sign and mail back.

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District 5

The District boasts more than  790,000 constituents throughout Avondale, Buckeye, Gila Bend, the Gila River Indian Community, Glendale, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Phoenix, Tolleson, and many smaller communities composing District 5. 

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