Community Council and Community Action Groups

Information on Community Council

The Community Council is the Core of the Action Groups of UR4AZ. The Action Groups within the Community Council identify the issues of concern within the community and these issues are brought to the attention of the Council at its meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 11:00 a.m. at UR4AZ Headquarters.

Mission Statement and Goals

The ultimate goal of the Community Council is to align the community issues with Candidates among our City, State, and Federal elected officials in Arizona. It discusses, approves, and/or amends through the Council Chairman and the Board of Directors with documentation and events organized by the various recognized Action Groups within the Community Council. These Action events are used to recruit, advocate, educate, and mobilize the members of UR4AZ and remain the liaison between UR4AZ and the community.

POLITICAL CAUCUS

The Political Caucus is an Action Group, that participates within the Community Council, but is independent, and organized by Angie Anderson, Political Director of UR4AZ. The Political Caucus is the liaison for the BOSDOGS.

Action Groups

BABIES DESERVE A CHOICE TOO

Pro-Life Group
(Cindy Walton-Sparks, Chair)

BOSDOGS

Watch Dogs for Pima County Board of Supervisors
(Sharon Fickes, Chair)

DEFENDERS

Support and Defend all First Responders
(Iris Sapovits, Chair)

LADIES TEA AT 3

Informal discussions and politics over afternoon tea
(Marianne Falconer, Chair)

PATRIOTS RISE

Flag and sign waving group on Saturdays
(Sylvia Rhodes Blakey and Alan Knight, Chairs)

TALKING TUESDAYS AND ELECTION INTEGRITY

Open Mic discussions and Elections
(Informal Group led by: Sylvia Rhodes Blakey, John Bates, Jeff Hotchkin, and Jim Pollack)