Primary election is almost here, August 4, 2020. Early ballots go out beginning of July.
Here’s another chance to get info from the Rules Committee Chair at Az House – Representative Anthony Kern.
Anthony has been and is continuing to serve You the constituents in Arizona. As Rules committee chair, he is able to control what bills are heard, what move further in the process, and bring bills to a vote. He can stop and has stopped a lot of bad bills from moving forward.
If you have questions you still need answered, here is your chance to ask and get the answers. What are your concerns
Red Flag Laws, Sanctuary Cities/Counties, 2nd Amendment issues, Illegal Immigration, Abortion issues, CPS issues, Election laws
Ask the questions, get the answers.
You may remember Eric Sloan from last election. He is running again as there are 3 slots open for Corporation Commission. We need to have it filled with good Constitutional Conservatives. This election, we have another chance to make sure to get a good strong Conservative on the Commission with Eric Sloan.
We are supporting Eric in his run for Corp Commission. Eric is joining us Wednesday June 10, 2020 to speak on his agenda for the Commission; and what his plans are should he be elected to this position
Nick Myers, husband and father, married for almost 17 yrs to his lovely wife Katerina, plus runs a family business will be speaking on behalf of Jim O’Connor who is running as a write-in candidate for Corp Commissioner. Jim has another speaking engagement this evening, so Nick will be speaking for Jim on his behalf.
Nick spent last four years working with the ACC to remedy decades of water issues for his community. Nick is more than qualified to speak on Jim’s behalf.
Jim O’Connor was drafted a week ago by current elected Commissioner Justin Olson and newly elected national Committeeman Tyler Bowyer to run as a write-in for this race.
Under very unusual circumstances our State Supreme Court removed all but 2 republicans from the ballot in a race for 3 open seats on our Corporation Commission, due to a democrat challenge of nominating petition signatures. Our state statutes do not allow any removed candidates to run in that same race as a “write-in” candidate.
Their call came because O’Connor was a candidate in that same race in 2018 with 2 open seats, and he finished a strong 3rd with almost 207,000 votes in the primary. As a Clean Elections Candidate, he met the petition signature requirements, and qualified for the Clean Elections funding of $109,000.00. Rodney Glassman who finished 2nd running with traditional private funding, spending more than $600,000.00 to edge out O’Connor by 11,000 votes, Glassman lost in the General to the democrat. Jim O’Connor is the perfect choice to fill one of those 3 seats.
Please join us at Demand Daniel for US Senate Campaign HQ. 17224 N 43rd Ave Ste 102 to hear, ask questions and get informed on these 3 great candidates.
Doors open 6 pm.; meeting at 6:30; speakers at 7 pm.
See y’all there.