Virtual Town Hall with Suzanne Hug, Jenny Poon, and Ryan Winkle: The Power of Small Businesses

Small Businesses sustain local economies. But it has become clear that their voice has not been included by our current representatives. Join Suzanne Hug and her guests, Jenny Poon and Ryan Winkle, in this conversation about the power of small businesses and what legislators can do to support them. This virtual town hall was recorded on September 21, 2020.

Jenny Poon is the founder and CEO of CO+HOOTS Coworking, the purpose-driven workspace in Phoenix and Mesa that is powering up small businesses in the area.

Ryan Winkle's focus is community development since 2012. He has been involved in the growth of commercial areas in South Phoenix, Camelback Corridor, Downtown Phoenix, Tempe, and the Asian District in Mesa.

Suzanne Hug is running for the Arizona House to represent LD25. She is a mom, small business owner, and data-driven community leader.


Virtual Town Hall with Suzanne Hug and Peter Culin: Creating a Sustainable Economy

Solar power, clean energy, sustainable transportation. Arizona has everything to be the leader, but why hasn't it happened yet? What role do our local legislators play in making it possible? Join Suzanne Hug for a virtual town hall to discuss how we can tackle climate change and grow our economy at the same time.

Suzanne Hug is the only Arizona House of Representatives LD 25 Democratic Candidate, and one of the seats that can bring balance to our State Legislation. Her guest, Peter Culin, has been a resident of Arizona for 14 years. He is a small business owner, passionate about sustainable transportation, technology, and science. In his journey to build a sustainable lifestyle, he has encountered unique challenges related to policy.

This conversation was recorded on September 5th, 2020.


Virtual Town Hall with Suzanne Hug and Kiana Maria Sears: Focus on Education

The purpose of school is not to get the kids out of the house. The purpose of school is to build good humans who are capable of interacting with the world in a way that contributes to society.

To imagine the new normal for education, we have to agree on fundamental principles and the goals, and that is a conversation that leadership skipped over. Join us in this virtual town hall to have a thoughtful discussion about what it means to Focus on Education.

Suzanne Hug is the only Arizona House of Representatives LD 25 Democratic Candidate, and one of the seats that can bring balance to our State Legislation. Our special guest, Kiana Maria Sears, is running as an incumbent Mesa Public Schools Board Member.

This video was broadcasted live on Facebook on August 22, 2020.


LD25 General Election Candidate Debate

Watch the Candidates Debate hosted by the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission on August 20, 2020. With AZ House Candidates Suzanne Hug (D) and Russell Bowers (R), and AZ Senate Candidate Paul Weigel (D). Moderator: Dillon Rosenblatt


Letter to the Members of Mesa Unified School Board / Carta a los miembros de la Mesa Directiva de Mesa Unified School District

leadership for education

Suzanne Hug, AZ House of Representatives LD25 candidate, emailed a letter to the Members of Mesa Unified School Board today, attaching the list of nearly 1000 parents, students, and residents of MUSD who request to keep school online until all safety guidelines are met.


Why I volunteer with #teamhug

Why I volunteer

"I had grown tired of complaining on social media about my elected officials and so I had signed myself up to actually do something." #teamhug volunteer Samantha, shares her reasons to volunteer with #teamhug and take action to get Suzanne Hug to the AZ House of Representatives in 2020.


A Fresh Vision: Creating a Sustainable Economy


We don’t have to destroy the land to live on it. We can tackle climate change and grow our economy at the same time.


A Fresh Vision: Investing in Education


Strong schools build strong communities. They are our best chance to compete and thrive in an ever-changing world.


A Fresh Vision: Supporting Small Businesses


Small business is a leap of faith. It’s taking your life in your hands and working hard to make your vision a reality. Small business owners are the front line fighting for the American Dream.


A Fresh Vision: Cutting the Red Tape


Streamlining government to make our systems more flexible, responsive, and fair just makes sense. We can provide a strong safety net without all the paperwork and delay.


What does inclusive education looks like?

What does inclusive education looks like

Let’s finally invest our resources into public schools, as the first step towards comprehensive, inclusive education. Our children deserve to learn about their country’s history in a way that inspires them to build a better future.


A Fresh Vision: Servant Leadership


The GOP thinks they’re our masters when they should be serving. It’s time to take back our lives and our freedom from their indifference.


Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

Candidate Suzanne Hug’s statement regarding the murder of George Floyd


Andrew Yang and Humanity Forward endorse Suzanne Hug

Humanity Forward endorsement

Humanity Forward, lead by past Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang, endorses Suzanne Hug through its Local Races Initiative.


A Mother's Day interview with Suzanne Hug

A mothers day interview with Suzanne Hug

Watch this fun interview with Suzanne Hug and her eldest son on the occasion of Mother's Day.


For better healthcare in Arizona

Better healthcare in Arizona

We need to put people’s health at the center of our elected representatives’ work.


Voting by Mail in Arizona

Voting by mail in AZ

Voting by mail is a safe, easy way to vote in 2020. Register to vote by mail today, it will take you less than five minutes.


Fighting for our kitchen table issues

Fighting for our kitchen table issues

Many of our leaders are disconnected from our kitchen table discussions. I don't feel heard by them. I've talked with a good deal of people who agree that our voices aren't in the halls of power right now.


Leadership in times of a pandemic

Leadership in times of a pandemic

Our world is fundamentally changing. We need to acknowledge that and then build that new vision, lead by elected legislators who care about the people they represent.