"Democrats act on the core belief that government should work to benefit ordinary working Americans"

Norman Rockwell:
"The Problem We All Live With"

Imagine that you are six years old and it’s your first day in a new school. You are wearing a special outfit. You have your notebook, your pencils. You are excited, but a little nervous, too. Official-looking men in suits are there to escort you to the building. A wild, screaming crowd is gathered outside. Could it be a parade?

Your teacher greets you warmly, but where are your classmates? Why are you the only student in the room? Why is there no one to eat lunch with you or to play with you on the playground?
You are little and confused, but your mom has told you to behave, so you are brave—you don’t cry.

This is what actually happened to Ruby Bridges on her first day at William Franz Elementary School in New Orleans on November 14, 1960. Ruby was the first African American child to attend the school after a federal court ordered the New Orleans school system to integrate.

The public outcry was so great that white parents withdrew their children from school so they would not have to sit with a Black girl. Ruby spent an entire year in a classroom by herself.

"QAnon sheriff" Mark Lamb goes deep into far-right fringe in Arizona Senate race

Ultra-MAGA far-right candidates nearly all lost in Arizona last year. That's not stopping Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb


Request to Speak System

Weigh in on bills from the comfort of your couch!

Arizona’s Request to Speak (RTS) is an online tool that lets everyday citizens give Arizona state lawmakers our feedback on bills.

It’s an easy way to get involved in state politics, stay informed on the bills that directly affect us, and make sure our elected officials honor the wishes of us, their constituents.

Click HERE For Everything You Need to Know to Use This System

Upcoming Meetings & Speakers




Chief Patrick R. Melvin, M.Ed., CPM - Candidate Pinal County Sheriff

Tuesday @ 4:15

SBRDems Monthly Meeting




Amy Fitch-Heacock, Candidate
for LD 17 Arizona Senate Seat

Tuesday @ 4:15

SBRDems Monthly Meeting

Don't Be a Sucker

"Don't Be a Sucker" is a short film produced by the United States Department of War and released in 1943.

It was re-released in this shorter version (2+ minutes) in 1947, post WWII.

It has anti-racist and anti-fascist themes, and was made to educate viewers about prejudice and discrimination.

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Sinema Opposes Drug Bills After Receiving $750K in Donations From Big Pharma

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is rejecting a drug-pricing proposal supported by nearly 90 percent of voters.


Sinema Received Over $500K From Private Equity Before Shielding Industry From Tax Hikes