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Responsible Budgets Collects Over 13,000 Signatures

Phoenix Initiative, Co-Chaired by Councilman DiCiccio and Former Congressman Chaffetz, on Track to Make August Ballot February 13, 2018   PHOENIX – Responsible Budgets, a Phoenix ballot initiative being supported by Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio and former U.S. Congressman Jason Chaffetz, announced today that they have now gathered more than 13,000 validated signatures, and [...]

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Who Is Carla, Plus Campaign Updates

  A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Gateway Trailhead By Solange for Scottsdale Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve is the largest urban preserve in the nation! As a Councilwoman, I will ensure that a Desert EDGE/DDC in the Preserve requires voter approval. After all, the Preserve came into being at the ballot box and voters should have [...]

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Wise Words on Media Bias and School Choice

Many of us remember Bob Schuster as an editor for the East Valley Tribune. Bob is retired, but he is offering some sage advice to the current generation of writers and editors at the Arizona Republic. In a letter to the editor, Bob takes the Republic to task for the way it is covering the [...]

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Unfortunate: Multiple Race Loser Looks To Hurt GOP Again

Race Already Has A Stalwart Candidate In Steve Smith   Republican Wendy Rogers Announces Congressional Run to Unseat Tom O’Halleran Flagstaff, AZ – Wendy Rogers, a conservative entrepreneur and retired Air Force officer who supported Donald Trump in the primaries, announces her run for the United States House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District [...]

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An Important Announcement From Virginia Korte

I want you to be one of the first to know about the new commitment I am making to Scottsdale – because I believe you should hear it directly from me. For nearly 30 years, I have dedicated myself to helping maintain our wonderful quality of life. I have always worked to put Scottsdale first. [...]

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Paradise Valley Philosophy & Flip Floppers

There is a fascinating debate occurring in Paradise Valley.  It’s the ultimate trash talk.  In other words, should the tony town move to a single provider of trash or continue with the existing system of some 5 providers? As Mayor Michael Collins has observed things must be pretty good when this is the subject de [...]

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ANNOUNCEMENT: I’m running for Senate

By Joe Arpaio I filed the paperwork to run for United States Senate in Arizona to fill the seat that Jeff Flake is leaving behind. I have thought long and hard about this decision. And I did not make it without many discussions with my wonderful wife of over sixty years, Ava. And Ava agrees [...]

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Trash Talk We’re Sherf Of

There’s a member of the Town Council in Paradise Valley named David Sherf.  A successful hotel consultant he’s the kind of person who exudes ethics when you meet him. The kind of person any community from Buckeye to Arizona’s toniest town would want to have on its governing body. Sherf didn’t find politics.  It found [...]

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Elect Jim to Restore Public Trust in Arizona

By Jim O’Connor Recently, several friends suggested I clean up the Arizona Corporation Commission. They experienced significant ACC approved increases in power and water rates and they are looking for change. Although retired, I have robust corporate experience worthy of the office. I am running as a Clean Elections candidate so that I can fairly execute the [...]

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Time To Support Phil

By Sal DiCiccio Dear Friend, I’m writing today on behalf of Phil Lovas, who is running for the 8th Congressional District seat. I’ve known Phil for years and truly believe he’s the best choice to send to Congress. I also believe he has the best chance to win the special primary election on Feb. 27. Phil [...]

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