Does Brnovich Make McCain A Marked Man?

John McCain’s deployment of so much left over presidential money in his 2010 Republican primary battle against J.D. Hayworth was designed to send a message: don’t mess with me. And while he won convincingly times have changed. McCain may well be the next Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, a perch from which to raise lots of money. But … Read More

Trent Franks Says NO to Prop 480

U. S. Representative Trent Franks Says NO to Prop 480, a 1.6 Billion Dollar Tax Increase In an Op-Ed piece published in today’s Arizona Republic, Rep. Trent Franks explained why Maricopa County Taxpayers cannot afford prop 480. You can read his entire statement below: Trent Franks: Health care already costs enough. Why is Maricopa County Integrated Health System piling on … Read More

Why I support Pam Kirby for Scottsdale School Board

By Paul Dembow Dear Fellow Paradise Valley Resident: As a Paradise Valley Town Councilman, I know how important strong leadership in government is. And as a father of five children — all of whom went to Scottsdale Unified School District schools — I am a strong believer in the power of quality education. Both reasons are why I’m supporting Pam … Read More

Shocking Opposition From Meyer On Right To Try

From Elect Bolick for Arizona Dear neighbors, Michigan recently became the fourth state to approve Right to Try. On election day, Arizona voters will have the chance make our state the fifth to do so by voting yes on Prop. 303. I support Right to Try; but my liberal opponent, Eric Meyer, opposes it. Right to Try was home-grown in … Read More

Pink Floyd Makes An Appearance In Scottsdale

There’s a phrase about anyone noticing a tree if it falls in the forest. Perhaps yes, perhaps no. But in Scottsdale, Arizona these days it’s hard to miss trees not when they fall in a forest, but as they obstruct the signage of prominent businesses. For years a city installed tree has obstructed grandfathered signage for the venerable Coach House … Read More

the candidate to bring integrity back to the Attorney General’s Office”

Felicia Rotellini News release: That is what major newspapers are saying about our campaign. I am honored to have their endorsement and support to return the focus of the Arizona Attorney General’s office to its core mission: prosecuting criminals and protecting Arizona families. Our team has been working hard these last 20 months and people are taking notice. Take a … Read More

No on 480 Releases First TV Ad

We are pleased to announce the launch of the first NO on Proposition 480 TV ad today. Proposition 480 would impose a $1.6 billion tax increase on Maricopa County property owners for a new government run, county hospital. Many believe that the price tag for what amounts to a blank check is too high for a special district with a … Read More

What This race Is All About

By Felecia Rotellini From the very beginning of this campaign, I have not wavered in my goal to return the focus of the Attorney General’s Office back to prosecuting criminals and protecting Arizona families. With the campaign heating up, I want to make sure you know what this race is really about and, if elected, what I will do as … Read More

MillHaven Endorsed by Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane

Friends, Over the past four years, the Scottsdale City Council has worked to keep taxes low, costs down and our quality of life the best in Arizona. None of these decisions happened in a vacuum. It required a team effort from a dedicated and responsible Council. I’m pleased to announce an integral member of that team has endorsed my campaign … Read More

They MUST think we’re stupid

VOTER ALERT! Maricopa Integrated Health System is spending $600,000 of YOUR tax dollars so you will give them a taxpayer funded $1.6 billion blank check. “Even ignoring the potential legal issues, using $600,000 of taxpayer money to fund an ‘image campaign’ while simultaneously running a campaign asking those same taxpayers for a billion dollar bond is unseemly,” said Victor Riches, … Read More