Lynsey Robinson featured speaker at San Tan Valley Democrats July 18 meeting

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Posted 7/16/20

Lynsey Robinson, Esq., is the featured speaker for the San Tan Valley Democrats' July 18 meeting.

The meeting will take place on Zoom at 10 a.m. Saturday and be live-streamed on YouTube. More …

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Lynsey Robinson featured speaker at San Tan Valley Democrats July 18 meeting

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Lynsey Robinson, Esq., is the featured speaker for the San Tan Valley Democrats' July 18 meeting.

The meeting will take place on Zoom at 10 a.m. Saturday and be live-streamed on YouTube. More information is available on the group's website, stvdems.com.

Ms. Robinson is running for the Arizona Senate in District 12, which includes Gilbert and Queen Creek and reaches down into Pinal County including San Tan Mountain Regional Park and the area just east of there, according to a release.

She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She believes immigrants are part of the fabric of America. Soldiers from Haiti fought alongside American troops in the Revolutionary War's Siege of Savannah to help us gain independence, the release states.

Ms. Robinson wants to see a more balanced approach to legislation. Women need leaders who can speak from experience so their voices in the district are heard and their unique issues treated with dignity. She also wants to ensure local businesses hard-hit by the pandemic are supported with appropriate legislation to help keep our economy thriving.

Go to lynseyrobinson4az.com.

The San Tan Valley Democrats on July 18 will also hear an update from Helen Hunter, who is running as a write-in candidate for state representative in District 16. Also, Mission for Arizona will talk about what they are doing in San Tan Valley.

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