For information about the upcoming Nov. 3rd General Election, please be sure to check out https://arizona.vote. There you can check your registration status, look up your polling place, and see the upcoming important election dates. The next two big dates coming up are October 23rd and October 27th. The former is the final day to request a ballot by mail or to sign up for permanent mail voting. The latter is the final day to put your mail-in ballot in the mail. If you put your mail-in ballot in the mail after the 27th, it might not arrive until after Election Day and not be counted! Let’s make sure to get out and vote and to keep Arizona RED!Read More
Outside spending continues to flow into Arizona legislative races, with the worst of it targeting vulnerable House Republicans. According to the latest independent expenditure figures released by the Arizona Secretary of State, competitive districts are attracting MILLIONS in outside spending. In LD6 for instance, outside groups have – so far – spent over $1.86 million against Republicans. In LD20, they’ve spent over $1.34 million, and in LD21, they’ve spent about $744,000. The spending in House races appears to be targeting incumbents Rep. Walt Blackman, Rep. Anthony Kern, and Rep. Kevin Payne, respectively. It’s INCREDIBLY important that we hang on to these seats, because with a current GOP majority of only 31-29, we lose in a big way if Democrats are able to pick up a single seat.
Please consider chipping in $5 or $10 today to help House Republicans keep our Majority:
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Recently, President Trump tested positive for COVID-19 and briefly checked in to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, DC. The way some responded to this news was pretty disgusting. Regardless of one’s party, I think it’s unacceptable to wish poor health on a political opponent. Political adversaries are engaged in a battle of ideas, and the battle is won by making the strongest case to voters. If you have a weak case, you can’t replace it by wishing harm on your opponent. I challenge anyone – Republican or Democrat – if you’re struggling to persuade others to agree with your positions, don’t wish ill will on your opponents. Instead, look inward and see if your argument is truly as strong as you think.