Maricopa County Dems Announces New Executive Board for 2021
The Maricopa County Democratic Party (MCDP) will prioritize local elections to build a sustainable Democratic Party within our country’s largest battleground county.
PHOENIX – The Maricopa County Democratic Party (MCDP) proudly announces its new Executive Board elected during its virtual 2020 Winter Convention on Saturday, December 19th. Former Legislative District (LD) 28 Chair Nancy Schriber was elected Chair and succeeded Steven Slugocki, who served MCDP for 12 years. Former LD23 Chair Patti O’Neil was elected 1st Vice-Chair, with Former LD30 State House candidate Alejandro Larios and Jade Duran re-elected as 2nd Vice-Chair, and Secretary, respectively. LD24 Precinct Committee Members (PCs) Heather Mrowiec and Redeem Robinson won their elections to serve as Treasurer and Sgt.-At-Arms.
MCDP is excited to begin the new year with a new Board that will provide a vision, platform, and strategy to build on the successes of 2020.
Nancy Schriber, newly-elected Chair of MCDP, releases the following:
“I’m excited to get to work. I’m also ready to listen, collaborate, and be open to new ideas from our Board, staff, and fellow PCs. We can be proud of many incredible achievements in 2020, but the work is far from over.
To continue building on our success within Maricopa County, we must ensure that our Party renews its commitment to local elections, impacting millions of people’s daily lives. Maricopa County is the largest battleground county and is the epicenter for this country’s political future for years to come. From our local school boards to the office of County Sheriff, I’m ready to work hard to ensure Maricopa County voters cast ballots for Democratic candidates.”
The Maricopa County Democratic Party (MCDP) works to elect Democrats across Maricopa County. We recruit, train, and promote Democratic candidates in Maricopa County to ensure Democratic values shape policy across the country’s largest battleground county.