Individuals

Image: Endorsement Graphic. Includes photo of Raul Grijalva standing at lectern with a microphone, on a picket line. Behind him are teamsters and union workers with signs that read, "USW Fair Contract Now!" "Teamsters Local 104 on ULP Strike Against ASARCO" Text reads: "Gabriella has been a longtime champion and advocate for the people of our county. I’ve worked with her to bring attention to the issues that affect southern Arizonans the most, and I’ve seen her organize and mobilize communities that are too often cast aside in our political climate. Her deep involvement and understanding regarding issues in the City of Tucson, and especially in rural Pima County, make her a knowledgeable voice for good. Gabriella’s proven leadership has shown us, she is a protector and defender of the people’s sacred right to vote. I am proud to stand with her, and endorse her to be our next Pima County Recorder." - Congressman Raul M. Grijalva, Arizona 

Image Graphic with photo of Congresswoman Deb Haaland looking off camera. The words “endorsement” are in bold letters with the following text curved around her image: “I’m excited to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Recorder in Arizona! She has spent her life as a community leader and grassroots organizer. Now she’s taking her experience and leadership to the Pima County Recorder’s office to make early voting and voter registration easy, fast, and accessible for everyone. As an Indigenous leader, I understand how important it is for my community to see themselves represented in leadership at every level. Join me in supporting Gabriella!” -Deb Haaland,  United States Congresswoman, New Mexico

Graphic with photo of Chairman Ned Norris and the Tohono O’odham Nation seal and Gabriella for Recorder logo with cactus and Paid for by Gabriella For Recorder/Authorized by Gabriella Cázares-Kelly. “The right to vote is the foundation of our democracy, but accessing that right remains a challenge for many citizens across Arizona. We need leaders committed to opening up the process so that all of us can make our voices heard at the ballot box. That’s why I am proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. For many years, she has been a constant advocate for voting rights on the Tohono O’odham Nation and across Arizona. I have had the opportunity to see her impressive work on voter registration and outreach across multiple elections. She knows the challenges that voters face and she understands how to fix them. When elected, Gabriella will be the first Native American to hold an elected Pima County Office. Her historical win will demonstrate that Pima County is ready for a community-based, inclusive and innovative vision that protects everyone’s right to vote. I strongly urge you to join me in voting for Gabriella Cazares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder on August 4, 2020.” Ned Norris Jr., Chairman of the Tohono O’odham Nation
Text on Graphic Reads: Senator Victoria Steele endorses Gabriella for Recorder “I have come to know Gabriella as a fierce advocate for equity and a strong leader in our community. She will bring a fresh perspective to the Pima County Recorder’s Office that centers the needs of constituents at the forefront. It's important that more women of color, especially Indigenous women, represent us in leadership. Look out... 'Indigenous Women Coming Through.' I’m so proud to endorse my Sister Gabby for Pima County Recorder.” Image: Photo of Gabriella with Senator Steele. Senator Steele is holding up a sticker of a drawing of Gabriella in a traditional dress, riding an electric scooter with the text, "Indigenous Woman Coming Through"

Image description: A photo of Representative Fernandez, outdoors with a green background, wearing a blue blazer and smiling at the camera is overlaid with the Gabriella For Recorder Logo and the following text: "Gabriella has been doing the hard work of voter education and outreach with some of Pima County’s most historically disenfranchised residents for years. With her leadership, we have an enormous opportunity to usher in an exciting new era of community engagement and voter empowerment in much of the rural area I serve. I am proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder, and ask you to join me in voting for her on August 4th." Arizona House Democratic Leader, Rep. Charlene Fernandez

Image Description: A photo of Mayor Regina Romero wearing a magenta blazer, looking at the camera, smiling with arms crossed is side by side. The Gabriella For Recorder cactus logo and a disclaimer statement at the bottom of the page reads: Paid for by Gabriella For Recorder/Authorized by Gabriella For Recorder. White text on a blue background reads: “This year, voters have the opportunity to elect a new County Recorder. I have come to know Gabriella as a leader and visionary in the Tucson community. Gabriella is a strong #RedForEd public school educator, a grassroots community organizer and respected union member. Gabriella has worked tirelessly for many years to register voters including leading outreach efforts on the Tohono O’odham Nation. She will bring new ideas to the Recorder’s Office, where she will work to engage historically disenfranchised communities in the democratic process. She is dedicated to making voter registration and early voting easy, fast, and accessible for everyone. I am proud to endorse her for Pima County Recorder and help make history by electing the first Native American to hold elected office in our county.” -Tucson Mayor Regina Romero

Image Description: Photo of Councilmember Santa Cruz wearing a hat, riding a bicycle and looking forward. A ray of sunlight is shining through. The Gabriella For Recorder logo with saguaro cactus is overlaid on the image, as well as a Paid for by Gabriella For Recorder/Authorized by Gabriella Cázares-Kelly disclaimer. The following text appears on the graphic: "It is a great honor to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly to be our next Pima County Recorder. Gabriella is a mother and an educator with a great sense of humor who will bring a fresh, inventive look at systems of the future that increase voter confidence and accessibility. Gabriella understands we all benefit when we remove the barriers for our most vulnerable and disenfranchised communities. Let’s make history and elect the first Tohono O’odham county recorder!" Lane Santa Cruz, Council Member, City of Tucson

Image: Graphic with photo of Nikki Lee, smiling with the following text: Endorsement: "I am excited to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder because I know she fights for everyone. As a Veteran dedicated to service and country, I proudly support those who organize within our community for positive change. Gabriella is a strong leader and consensus builder in our local community and within Southern Arizona. She brings a fresh perspective to innovate voter registration and early voting in a way that makes the process easy, fast, and accessible for everyone. Let’s elect Gabriella Cázares-Kelly on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 to be our next Pima County Recorder!" -City of Tucson Council member, Nikki Lee, Ward 4

Image: Photo of Kristel, smiling. Text Reads: Endorsement “We need Gabriella in elected office, as our Pima County Recorder, to systematically focus on the rural and tribal vote, young people and people disenfranchised due to felonies. We know who traditionally votes and who doesn’t, and we know that the progressive wins that must happen depend on more people voting. Yes, she’ll manage the logistics of the job. But we need someone to inspire and encourage voter turnout and build confidence in how our electoral system works. Please join me in supporting Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for this role. Representation matters, and I can’t wait to see what she does with this work.” - Kristel Ann Foster, Tucson Unified Governing Board President

Image: Photo of Adelita Grijalva, smiling. Text reads: Endorsement “Gabriella is smart, hard working, inclusive and conscientious. She is available and accessible and will be a wonderful Pima County Recorder. I hope you'll join me in supporting her.” -Adelita Grijalva, TUSD Governing Board Member

Graphic with text and photo of Juan Buendia, wearing a tie and seashells. Hot pink accents frame the image. The text reads: This is my first experience endorsing a candidate, elected officials on the Tohono O’odham Nation are often overlooked when candidates are seeking office. I am proud to have this opportunity to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, she is someone who has shared the same lived experiences as rural and tribal communities. Gabriella has the skills, experience and qualities of the leadership needed to cultivate the relationships between small and local governments. The moment Gabriella is elected will not only signify a tremendous change needed, it will provide a voice and representation that is long overdue in Pima County. This election is so exciting and important, I will gladly cast my vote for Gabriella and I encourage you to vote for her too. On August 4th, 2020 let’s change the course of history in Pima County and vote Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder - Juan C. Buendia, Sells District Chairman, Tohono O’odham Nation, Baboquivari Unified School District School Board President

Image Description: Blue graphic with yellow and white text that reads: Baboquivari Unified School District Governing Board Proudly Supports and endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. Photos of the 5 board members appear side by side, the names and photos are: Annamarie Stevens, Board Clerk; Kathleen Vance, Board Member, Sylvia Hendricks, Board Member, Juan Buendia, Board President, EllaMae Greasewood, Board Member

Organizations

Image description: A graphic which includes a photo of Gabriella wearing a dress, two braids and glasses. Gabriella is looking at the camera. Text reads: Planned Parenthood, Act. No matter what. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. The Planned Parenthood Trademarked Logo appears at the top.

Image: Blue and gold announcement with Luchadore Facemask logo and photo of Gabriella smiling and bullhorn symbol. Text reads: LUCHA members proudly endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Pima County Recorder, Primary Election August 4, General Election November 3, #LUCHABlue2020 LUCHAAZ.ORG Paid by for Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA). Not authorized by an candidate's committee

Anuncio azul y dorado con logotipo de una máscara de luchador y una foto de Gabriella sonriendo y un símbolo del megáfono. El texto lee: Los miembros de LUCHA orgullosamente apoyan a Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Registradora de condado, elección primaria del 4 de agosto, elección general 3 de noviembre, #LUCHABlue2020 LUCHAAZ.ORG Pagado por Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA). No se ha autorizado por el comité de alguna candidata.

Text on Graphic Reads: "Indivisible Tohono proudly endorses Gabriella For Pima County Recorder. Gabriella represents everything we want for our communities. She is brilliant, kind, highly-educated, passionate and loves our community. Her consistent message has been inclusive to vulnerable populations; accessibility, fair and forward-thinking. We support Gabriella because we trust her, we love her and because it’s time. Vote in the Primary Election August 4th, 2020". Logo description provided by Indivisible Tohono: The Indivisible Tohono logo is framed by the outline of the state of Arizona. The Man in the Maze symbol, which is an important symbol to our tribe, the Tohono O'odham Nation, rests partially in Arizona and partially in Mexico, just like our traditional lands. Normally, men lead dancers like the ones on the edge of the Man in the Maze, but in our version, two women are both starting and ending the dance, to honor the four women who founded Indivisible Tohono. There is an olla spilling water down into the maze, to indicate Water is Life and the hummingbird, the smallest, but bravest animal is a reminder that even the smallest group, can make a big impact.

Image: Graphic with Photo of Gabriella, wearing a dress, braided hair and glasses. Text reads: The Pima Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO proudly endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder

Image with photo of Gabriella and the following text: Union Endorsement CWA Arizona State Council, Communication Workers of America

Image Description: Yellow graphic with a photo of Gabriella, standing in front of a rainbow colored mural with the glimple of a basket design and feathers. The Las Adelitas Logo, the silhouette of three women soldiers from Mexican Revolution era, leaning on each other and two leaning on rifles. The text in turquoise reads: Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Pima County Recorder, Las Adelitas Arizona, Proudly Endorsed.

Image Description: Magenta graphic with a photo of Gabriella and the National Organization for Women - Tucson logo. The text reads “Endorsement. AZNOW PAC Endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly. The NOW Logo is a circle logo with the State of Arizona Flag in the background with the letters N.O.W. stretched to fin inside. A saguaro cactus sits in the middle. The text on the logo reads: National Organization for Women Arizona, Political Action Committee.
Image: Blue graphic with the image of a buffalo in the background. Text in white reads: Pisinemo District is proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. Gabriella 'apt wehejid o wodalt "Vote for Gabriella!" The District Seal is in the center and reads "Official Seal of The Pisinemo District" a drawing of a buffalo head is at the center with 4 feathers surrounding it.
Image Description: Green graphic with a turtle background and the following text: Sells District is proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder Gabriella ‘apt wehejid o wodalt. “Vote for Gabriella” The Sells District Seal is centered in the document. The seal shows dancers surrounding the Man in the Maze symbol. There are cactus, mountains, and people harvesting bahidaj (saguaro fruit) in each of the 4 corners. The text: North Communities, Ge Oidag, Sells and Kawulk overlay the maze.

Image Description A yellow tinted photo of mountainous desert with the following text written in white: Schuk Toak District is proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. Gabriella ‘apt wehejid o wodalt! “Vote for Gabriella!” A District Logo is in the center of the graphic. It is a Man in the Maze Symbol, with a cut out of the Schuk Toak District Boundaries, The text: Schuk Toak District, Tohono O’odham Nation and the names of the communities of Schuk Toak: San Isidro, San Pedro, Comobabi, Queen’s Well, Santa Rosa Ranch, Sil Nakya, Fresnal, Garcia Strip and Pan Tak are incorporated into the seal. Nine feathers hang from the bottom of the seal to represent the 9 communities.

Image: Graphic with photo of Gabriella smiling, wearing a “I can help you register to vote” pin on her t-shirt. “Our Voice Our Vote” Our Voice text appears as a background. State of Arizona green and blue flag are in corner with checkmark. The text reads: “Our Vote Arizona members are proud to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder!”

Yellow graphic with photo of Gabriella in circle frame, with sunbeams radiating outward. The Gabriella for Recorder cactus logo is in one corner, the Sunrise Tucson logo with sun, sunbeams, cactus and mountain logo is in the other. The text reads: "Sunrise Tucson endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder

White graphic with blue bird and logo that reads, "Arizona Progressive Movement proudly endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder, Primary Election, August 4th, General Election, November 3rd. A photo of Gabriella fills half the page.

Image: Graphic with photo of Gabriella with red background and DSA hand to hand and rose logo Text reads: Democratic Socialists of America in Tucson have voted to endorse Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. Vote August 4, 2020

Image: Graphic with photo of Gabriella with the following text: Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, candidate for Pima County Recorder, Endorsed by Run For Something. The shape of Arizona sits between the photo and the text.

Blue graphic with photo of Gabriella and text: Arizona Democratic Party Native American Caucus proudly endorses Gabriella Cázares-Kelly candidate for Pima County Recorder. Primary Election, August 4th, General Election November 3rd.

Graphic with photo of Gabriella and ombre orange background. Arizona Delegation Bernie supports Gabriella Cázares-Kelly for Pima County Recorder. "The Arizona Bernie Delegation supports progressive candidate, Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, for Pima County Recorder." To learn more visit GabriellaForRecorder.org

Businesses

Photo of Gabriella wearing a Purple Gabriella For Recorder t-shirt, with a hand drawn black and white frame that reads, "Popcyle Loves" with prickly pear cactus in the foreground

Individuals

Rep. Raul M. Grijalva, United States Congress

Rep. Deb Haaland, United States Congress

Ned Norris, Jr., Tohono O’odham Nation Chairman

Senator Victoria Steele, Arizona Senate

Rep. Charlene Fernandez, Arizona House Democratic Leader

Mayor Regina Romero, City of Tucson

Councilmember Lane Santa Cruz, City of Tucson

Councilmember Nikki Lee, City of Tucson

Kristel Ann Foster, Tucson Unified School District Board President

Adelita Grijalva, Tucson Unified School District Board Member

Juan Buendia, Baboquivari Unified School District Board, President/Sells District Chairman

Annamarie Stevens, Baboquivari Unified School District Board, Clerk

Kathleen Vance, Baboquivari Unified School District Board

EllaMae Greasewood, Baboquivari Unified School District Board

Sylvia Hendricks, Baboquivari Unified School District Board

Organizations

Planned Parenthood

Living United For Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

Indivisible Tohono

Pima Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO

Communication Workers of America – Arizona State Council (CWA)

Las Adelitas Arizona

Tucson National Organization for Women (Tucson NOW)

Pisinemo District, Tohono O’odham Nation

Sells District, Tohono O’odham Nation

Schuk Toak District, Tohono O’odham Nation

Our Voice, Our Vote

Sunrise Tucson

Arizona Progressive Movement 

Democratic Socialists of American in Tucson

Run For Something

Arizona Democratic Party Native American Caucus

Bernie Delegates 

Pima Young Democrats 

Businesses 

Popcycle

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