Welcome to Arizona’s Legislative District 12 Democratic Party! We represent more than 33,000 registered Democrats in the towns of Gilbert and Queen Creek.

If you’re not sure if you are in Legislative District 12, visit the county recorder’s District Locator to find out. See more information on districts under FAQ below. 

The D12 party is made up of passionate citizens who believe in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all, and that the government was instituted by the consent of the governed in order to secure these rights. We believe that Arizona is a great state, that the United States is a great country, and that they can both be even better. Nations, states, parties, and other institutions are owned and guided by those who participate, and we work to make ours great.

Monthly Meetings

Join us on the third Monday of every month to chat with fellow Democrats, meet exciting candidates, discuss party business and issues, sign petitions, and hear informative guest speakers. Get involved and help turn Arizona blue in 2020!

Our next meeting will be on

Monday, February 17, 2020

Social time begins at 6:30, and the main meeting begins at 7:00.

We meet at the Chalice Christian Church at

15303 South Gilbert Road
Gilbert, AZ 85295
(One block north of Williams Field Road,
on the east side of Gilbert Road.)


• What is a legislative district?
A legislative district is an area which elects various municipal and state officials, most notably two Arizona representatives and one Arizona senator. Arizona has 30 legislative districts.

• Wait, I thought I had one representative and two senators!?
You do, but those guys represent our larger congressional district at the federal level and work in DC. Our two Arizona reps and one senator represent the legislative district at the state level, and work in Phoenix. Legislative District 12 (LD12) is part of Congressional District 5 (CD5).

• So what district do I live in?
Visit the county recorder’s District Locator to find out. It only works if you live in Maricopa County. If you’re not a resident, check out your county recorder’s website to see if it has a similar feature.