Welcome to Democratic Women of the Prescott Area

DWPA 2018 Membership Drive

We'd like to thank all of you for your enthusiasm for the Democratic Party this past year. Your presence at the DWPA luncheons and your involvement in the numerous Democratic activities that have occurred in the Prescott area have been inspiring. Because of you we think the Democrats of Arizona have made great progress.

In 2017 we gave two college scholarships: one to Fiona Hull of Tri City Prep HS and one to Anna Miller of Prescott HS.  We also sent Jo Craycraft, who is challenging Karen Fann for the AZ Senate seat in LD1, and Jan Manolis, who is running for LD1 House of Representatives seat against David Stringer and Noel Campbell, to Arizona Emerge's candidate training for dynamic Democratic women to gain the skills and training to prepare then to run for public office.

Thanks to you, our membership in 2017 increased from 75 members to 155 members. Our membership drive is DWPA’s main fundraising source, we hope you will continue your membership in 2018.  

The 2018 Membership fee is $20.00 and may be paid by clicking on the Act Blue Express Payment Button and selecting the DONATE $20.00 BUTTON.

There will be a raffle drawing including all members who pay their dues before January 31st. This raffle prize will be a free luncheon for the member plus a free luncheon for a guest in 2018.

DWPA Brochure and Application for Membership

Click on the DWPA Brochure to download and print

January Luncheon Meeting RSVP

You can now RSVP and prepay for lunch to speed up the check in process 

through Act Blue.

Luncheon Reservations may also be made by eMAIL to info@demwomenprescottaz.com 

or by calling Jan Manolis at 626-340-7060.

Cost is $15.00 for DWPA members and $17.00 for non-DWPA members.

Please click on the below Action Button.

Future DWPA Events

For further information, please eMAIL info@demwomenprescottaz.com 

No upcoming events.

About Us

Meet our Board: Toni Denis, Kari Hull, Susan Lanning, Sandy Baggenstos, Jan Manolis, and Isabel Cerecedes

Women have always been a key part of Arizona politics.  Jerry Emmett, the founder of the DWPA, who is now 103 years old, reminds us that in Arizona, women had the right to vote and hold office in 1912 as part of the state's constitution eight years before the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The DWPA seeks to encourage women to participate in all levels of service and government whether running for office, or assuming support roles and leadership positions in our community and state.

We invite you to make a difference

The  Democratic  Women  of  the  Prescott Area hosts luncheons featuring political speakers from across Arizona. Past speakers have included Jean Wilcox, Prescott City Council and  2017 candidate for Prescott’s Mayor. We’ve also hosted speakers on women’s reproductive rights, domestic violence and healthcare. Our newsletter, email and presentations inform members on critical issues. We organize petition drives, rapid response campaigns and demonstrations, as well as talking to our elected officials about issues that matter. Our members often volunteer for local, state and national campaigns 

as well.

Another key mission is to provide educational scholarships. Each year we provide at least one competitive scholarship to a graduating senior, as well as a scholarship to the Emerge Arizona program, which trains Democratic women to serve as leaders.

Why should you join?

DWPA members are like-minded people who help define party issues.  We host luncheons, parties, and other social events. Benefits include membership in the Arizona Federation of Democratic Women and the National Federation of Democratic Women as well as discounts at DWPA events.