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All Out Against Arpaio! October Events


Momentum is rising to a fever pitch in the effort to boot Sheriff Joe Arpaio from office in November. The Bazta Arpaio campaign is even organizing a national mobilization event. Mark your calendars and become part of the movement:  

Bikes vs. Arpaio
October 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Margaret T. Hance Park, 67 W. Culver St., Phoenix
Hop on your bike and ride with the anti-Arpaio community at 7 p.m. from the park to 5th Avenue and Madison. Don’t have wheels? Join the activists at 5th Avenue and Madison (near the 4th Avenue Jail) for food and music at 7:45 p.m. Get more information here.

Bazta Arpaio Brunch
October 16 at 10 a.m.
4225 E. Buena Terra Way, Phoenix
Tuck into spiced fig toast sliders, braised pork and more while mingling with activists and listening to music. Tickets are $25, and proceeds benefit the Bazta Arpaio campaign. Get tickets and more information here.

And now for the big event…

National Mobilization Against Arpaio
On October 21, Latinx and Chicanx group Mijente is organizing a bus ride from Los Angeles to Phoenix for Bazta Arpaio Weekend. L.A.-area residents can reserve a spot on the bus here.

October 22, National Day Against Police Brutality, will be the highlight of the weekend. In the morning, participants will continue their effort to reach out to 100,000 Maricopa County voters and end Arpaio’s reign of racism. In the afternoon, Bazta Arpaio will host a National Rally Against Arpaio.

Find out more about the national mobilization event and sign up to canvass voters at Bazta Arpaio’s website and the event’s Facebook page.

Help support Bazta Arpaio volunteers’ enormous efforts to mobilize the anti-Arpaio campaign by donating here.

Show your support by getting a custom Bazta Arpaio Facebook profile here.

Find out even more ways you can participate by reading Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund’s article, “5 Things You Can Do to Unseat Joe Arpaio and End His Reign of Terror.”

Most importantly, vote! Early ballots are rolling out now in Arizona. Mail in your ballot or head to the polls to stop hate on November 8!