Who is Eve Reyes-Aguirre?

 Eve is an Indigenous woman who has fought on behalf of the community and the land for over 20 years. Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Eve moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 1998 where she and her husband, Billy Aguirre, raised four wonderful children. Eve is proud to run for the U.S. Senate as a member of the Green Party because she believes that government should work in the best interests of the people they represent, as well as for the future generations. She does not accept funding from special interests or corporate giants.

OUR VOICES WILL BE HEARD

 

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Environmental

Sustainability

We can no longer ignore the damage that we have caused to our environment. Our land, air, and water have reached their breaking points. We must do all that we can to reverse the harm done by our reliance on fossil fuels and the toxic extraction methods used to obtain them. In areas where the damage cannot be undone, we must not allow this exploitation of our environment to continue. In the U.S. Senate, I will vote to divest from any projects that contribute to the depletion of our planet’s resources. Our future generations depend on sustainable, renewable solutions to our energy crisis.  

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Social

Justice

In the U.S. Senate, I will fight against racism, sexism, classism, ableism, ageism, homophobia and any legislation that seeks to undo the progress we have made towards equal treatment and equal protection for all people. While oppression and marginalization never went away, in the past few years we have seen an explosion of violence and hateful rhetoric. We can only make progress by addressing the root causes of oppression. I will work directly with those who are most impacted by these social issues to develop and implement real solutions.

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People

Over Profits

As establishment politicians continue to treat corporations as people, they have allowed those corporations to violate both our natural and constitutional laws. This has included the militarization of our borders, an unreasonable bolstering of the prison-industrial complex, and a reduction of the right to work for our people. In the Senate, I will not only fight to restore the rights of the worker over the rights of the corporation, but I will oppose any legislation that prioritizes the rights of mega-corporations over individuals.

Get Involved

 

The two-party system is undeniably broken. As Congress settles in for another year of gridlock, Eve hopes to bring something new to the table. Unlike many candidates, Eve is not a politician. She is a community advocate who wants to see our government be used as a platform for peoples' interests. 

 

There are a few ways you can support Eve's campaign to become Arizona's next Senator:

1) Sign the petition to get Eve on the ballot in Arizona

2) Donate to her community-funded campaign

3) Volunteer your time

 

 

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Two Decades Advocating for Our Communities

 

Representative at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues from 2009 - 2017 for her traditional community (Calpolli)

 

Global Indigenous Women's Caucus - served as Rapporteur and currently serving as Co-Chair 2009- 2017

 

Co-founding Mother of the newly formed World Indigenous Women's Alliance

 

Representative at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women for the American Indian Law Alliance- 2015, 2017

 

2012 Recipient of the Corazon de Justicia award presented by the Coalition de Derechos Humanos for her dedication in the struggle for justice and human rights in our community

 

University of Massachusetts Amherstpanelist on the Feinberg series 2015 - Truth and Reconciliation, History and Justice

 

Representative at the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus Blue Lake CA 2011,  Sycuan (Kumeyaay Territory) San Diego 2012, Kamloops British Columbia CA 2014

 

 
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