The Vote Felicia Chew Campaign needs $200 by March 30 to qualify for the ballot. Can you help Felicia help each of us and all of us have a happier and healthier community? Thank you! http://www.feliciachew.com/support2
If you think Felicia would be excellent for Pima County, please help Felicia get on the ballot with a contribution of $3 or more to the campaign at http://www.feliciachew.com/support2.
Felicia is committed to running a campaign on a $2500 budget. Sound impossible?
There are approximately 401,000 households in Tucson. To touch each household with a flyer that includes Felicia’s contact info (website with info and phone number/email), the cost will be approximately $1750. The cost for gathering nominating petitions will be approximately $125 (it would be less; however gathering signatures safely by mail raises the expense significantly — if only online signature collections were available!)
Cost for travel will fill up the remainder of the budget. We are committed to no mailers, as those are not healthy for our environment. We do have signs that will be re-used, and paint has already been donated.
Felicia has been a lifelong Democrat; however, she has always believed in voting for the best candidate (regardless of Party), and amplifying the voices of all community members.
Felicia left the Democratic Party in October 2019, and changed her voter registration to Independent. However, an Independent candidate requires 995 nominating signatures. Because Felicia realized that every vote was needed in the Presidential Preference Election, Felicia re-registered as a Democrat.
Felicia has since filed another Voter Registration form, this time with the Green Party.
You might think that Felicia’s actions are curious; however, these are the actions that voters must currently take to have their voice heard.
Felicia has resided in Pima County since February 2011. Prior to moving to Tucson, Felicia lived in rural New Mexico, working on a sustainable housing Project, off the grid, with environmentally friendly materials.
Felicia has worked as a teacher and Administrator, focused on amplifying the voices of those who are unheard. Most recently, Felicia co-hosted the Domestic Violence Awareness Series, with support from Emerge!, County Victim Services Division, The Screening Room, JFCS, Justice for Rosaura, and Downtown Radio.
Felicia has volunteered with Heirloom Farmer’s Market, Sustainable Tucson, Habitat for Humanity, Valley of the Moon, Living Streets Alliance/Cyclovia, and Watershed Management Group. Felicia served as the Chairperson of Tucson Police Department’s Citizen Police Advisory Review Board, and was a member of the Citizen’s Border Patrol Academy. Felicia has served as PTO President and also been a member of Amphitheater School District’s Superintendent Community Board. Felicia worked in California as a bus driver and instructional assistant. In Tucson, Felicia worked in customer service at La Baguette Bakery and The Home Depot. Felicia also taught ballet at Animas, and worked with children at the Bright Star Learning Center and the JCC. Felicia enjoyed having her own classes of students for 7 years in California, 7 years in New Mexico, and 4 years in Tucson. Since then, Felicia has worked as a guest teacher and an environmental education presenter. Felicia’s mother owned a small beauty salon in California, and her father worked for Lockheed Missiles and Space. Felicia plays the piano, guitar, violin, and has written and composed several musical scores, including “I See the Saguaro” produced by the legendary Al Perry. Felicia understands that there are many aspects of a community that must be funded to be complete and healthy and whole.
Felicia believes in fiscal responsibility, with funds for immediate needs, and also understands that sometimes funds must be saved in order to pay for quality (not just quantity).
If you would like Felicia to serve as the Distict 3 Representative on the Pima County Board of Supervisors, she needs your help today. To qualify for the ballot, Felicia needs 84 valid signatures from registered Greens or Independents in District 3. The budgeted cost for signatures is $200. ($125 for printing 1 petition and affidavit and for postage per 84 individuals; $75 for transportation, envelopes, and other expenses). Felicia needs $200 by March 30 to cover the cost of securing nominating signatures. Thanks in advance for your contribution and for spreading the word that you think Felicia would be an excellent representative for Pima County.
Vote Felicia Chew Campaign
Felicia Chew : 2020 Pima County Supervisor (District 3)
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