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P.O. BOX 6014  •  Tucson, Arizona 85703-2014  • (520) 798-6169  •  GPinfo@pimagreens.org

Early Voting has begun! Primary Election vote-by-mail ballots arrived in the mail on Friday, July 5th. Write-In Endorsed Green Party Candidate for U.S. Senate, Eduardo Quintana!



Eduardo Quintana for Senate

My name is Eduardo Heredia-Quintana and I'm running for Senate with the Arizona Green Party to offer a true political choice outside our failed two-party system.

I believe in a pro-worker, anti-war, climate action agenda and will put this front and center in November.

I’ll advocate for phasing out the burning of fossil fuels and replace them with renewable energy sources (wind, solar, hyrdroelectric, geothermal), a just transition to a democratically controlled eco-socialist economy through a Green New Deal, protecting/expanding worker's rights to organize and bargain collectively, ensuring fair and proportional taxation, mandating employers pay livable wages, reducing the cost of living and eliminating poverty, defending medical/reproductive/personal autonomy, ending police brutality and mass incarceration, reducing our bloated military budget, ending U.S./N.A.T.O. wars of aggression and global dominance, shrinking the military-industrial complex, and promoting free & fair elections in an inclusive grassroots democracy.


Guarantees Social Justice & Equality For All

Eliminates Poverty & Economic Exploitation

Dismantles Systems of Unjust Hierarchy & Oppression

Cancels Student Debt

Ensures Universal Healthcare

Embraces Respect & Diversity in Society

Decentralizes Wealth and Political Power

Defends and Expands Our Democracy

Promotes Peace, Diplomacy, & Non-Violence

Provides Universal Access to the Necessities of a Dignified Life

Protects the Ecological Health and Integrity of our Planet

Ensures the Long-Term Sustainability of Human Civilizations



October 18, 2023

Congressman Raul Grijalva
101 West Irvington Rd., #4
Tucson, Arizona 85714


Dear Sir,

In the Monday, October 16, 2023 issue of the Arizona Daily Star, the article titled “Grijalva Voices Concerns About Siege,” by Laura Gersony, reported that you joined 54 other House Democrats to “voice concern” about Israel's plan to enact a complete siege of Gaza and cut off water, food and electricity to the helpless hostage population of Gaza. Concern?


Under international law, the crime of genocide is defined by “the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such,” as noted in the December 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. (Raz Segal, A Textbook Case of Genocide, jewishcurrents.org Oct 13.2023) Voicing “concern” is an ineffectual way to respond to a textbook case of genocide unfolding in front of our eyes.

Apparently your concerns only lasted until the end of the article when you brushed them aside and shared your plans to vote in favor of sending supplemental military aid to Israel, because “the whole paradigm after Hamas attacked Israel completely changed.” The paradigm has not changed. This cycle of violence has been going on for 75 years.

While coverage of the attacks on Israel saturate the news cycle of almost every medium of mass communication, often without substantiation, opposing viewpoints are suppressed as part of the coordinated atrocity narrative to inflame public opinion and justify a genocidal response in retaliation to Palestinian resistance to occupation.

  • 75 years of ethnic cleansing
  • Scores of violations of UN resolutions with impunity
  • 15 years of blockade
  • Constant humiliation of a entire people
  • Theft of Palestinian lands with impunity
  • Bulldozing of homes and orchards Terrorist attacks by settlers Pogroms on Palestinian towns
  • Bombing of hospitals, homes, schools, mosques. Desecration of Palestinian sacred sites
  • Daily raids into Palestinian homes
  • Denial of water, food, power
  • Constant humiliation of an entire people
  • Genocide while the whole world watches

We are very outraged by your stated desire to join the Israeli genocidal campaign against the Palestinians by sending supplemental aid. Perhaps you are serving the corporate interests, the oil companies, and the arms manufacturers, but you are not representing us. History will not remember you to be kind to you. Genocide is a crime but so is funding it.

Anyone who has followed the Green Party of Pima County for any length of time is well aware that we condemn anti-Semitism, occupation, racism, injustice, apartheid, murder, rape, torture, kidnapping, war crimes, the mistreatment of civilians and Genocide. But we are not neutral. We support the just resistance of the Palestinians to the 75-year assault on their land and their goal of freedom from the illegal Israeli occupation. The Israelis and their U.S. corporate enablers are carrying out genocide of the Palestinians in real time and in front of our eyes. This must stop. Stop funding the Israeli genocide of Palestine. Stop the ethnic cleansing of Palestine and genocide of the Palestinian people.

We remain true to our principles, our moral ethics and hold fast to our strong commitment to justice for all. We ask that you reconsider and withdraw your support for the ongoing genocide.

Eduardo Quintana
GPPC Chairperson

Jason Reichenberg
GPPC 1st Vice-Chairperson

Bob Aros
GPPC Treasurer

Mike Cease
GPPC Secretary

Kira Ogola
GPPC Gender Outreach Representative


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  • Grassroots Democracy
  • Social Justice
  • Non-violence
  • Ecological Sustainability

We are an eco-socialist political party and part of a world-wide movement for human needs before profits. We are independent of the two corporate capitalist parties and accept no contributions from corporations.

There is a glaring contradiction between our rich society’s potential to fulfill human needs and the cruel, dangerous reality we live under today.

For over 100 years, the corporate-controlled Democratic and Republican parties representing the super-rich have held political power focused on enriching themselves at the expense of the rest of us.

They have now brought the world to the precipice of environmental collapse, nuclear war or both.

Isn’t it time for a change?

We can create a just society with peace, freedom, democracy and prosperity for all in a sustainable environment.

Help us transform our economy from one that destroys our unique desert environment and pollutes our drinking water to one that protects people, the land and the water.

Human Needs Before Profits.

  • TheGreen New Deal will provide jobs for all at a living wage while addressing the global climate crisis.
  • Healthcare is a right. We support Universal Health Care.
  • Municipalize TEP. Renewable energy for all Tucson and public ownership of the electric grid.
  • No DAPL, no Rosemont Mine no Caterpillar, no Monsanto.
  • Environmental Justice for the victims of TCE contamination.
  • Honor Native-American Treaty rights, provide reparations.
  • Black Lives Matter!
  • Reparations to African-American community.
  • End mass incarceration.
  • Community control of the police.
  • Legalize Marijuana.
  • No deportations, amnesty for all, no family separations, yes to DACA.
  • Restoration of Mexican-American studies.
  • Free, public transportation.
  • End discrimination against women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ, and Disabled.
  • Free public schools, pre-school through college. Nutritious meals for all of Tucson’s children.
  • Cancel student debt.
  • Enact Instant Run-off Voting.
  • Full public financing of elections with free and equal radio, newspaper, and television time.
  • Internet access for all with net neutrality.
  • Legalize Marijuana.
  • End "food deserts."


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Register more Greens in Pima County

To ensure permanent ballot status, more Pima County residents need to register as Green Party. Remember: More Green registrations means more choices on election day! Use Online registration, https://servicearizona.com/webapp/evoter/, to make our ballot status permanent!

GPPC adopted Vision Statement

We, the Green Party of Pima County, envision a county that is focused on a sustainable future, guided by the core values grassroots democracy, social justice and equal opportunity, ecological wisdom, and non-violence.

GPPC adopted Mission Statement

The Green Party of Pima County (GPPC) is a political party created to represent all voters residing in Pima County who have designated "Green Party" as their party preference. The GPPC shall foster, encourage, and promote the aims and objectives of the Greens by increasing membership and participation. The GPPC will also engage in direct action, promote Green candidates for political office, and support legislation which promotes Green values.

Bring Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) to Arizona

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July 2024 Meetings             

GPPC-GM (General Meeting) 
Agenda: Vote now for Endorsed Official write-in candidates Eduardo Quintana for US Senate, Nina Luxenberg and Mike Cease for Arizona Corporation Commission and Howard Druan for County Attorney on your Green Party vote-by-mail Primary Election Ballot!
Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2024 (monthly, third Tuesday's)
Time: 7:00 - 8:15 PM
Place: Historic Y Conference Room, 738 N. 5th Ave. AND on Zoom
Hybrid Coordinator: Kira Ogola, GPPC Gender Outreach Representative (520-798-6169)
Facilitator: Eduardo Quintana, GPPC Chairperson (520-360-8710)

(last updated 2024-07-08)

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