Virginia Korte Endorsement

Friend,   I’m pleased to announce Councilwoman Virginia Korte has endorsed my campaign for Scottsdale City Council:    “I’ve had the honor of knowing and working with Jennifer Petersen for many years.  We became acquainted, and then became friends, during her service on the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board. Jennifer is an outstanding leader, always putting the needs of … Read More

My Final Vote Was To Protect Our Children by Michele Reagan

I’m pleased to say my final vote as a State Senator was to create a new agency that will protect our most vulnerable citizens – our children. The Senate unanimously passed a bill creating a stand-alone, cabinet agency whose core purpose is the protection and safety of our children. This is an historic moment for our state. The Department of … Read More

Holding Obama Accountable by Doug Ducey

Friend, As you may have seen on the news last week, hundreds of illegal immigrants – mostly women and children – were flown from Texas to Arizona and inhumanely left at Greyhound bus stations in Phoenix and Tucson because of a lack of federal immigration resources in Texas. It was another snapshot of all that’s wrong with immigration policy under … Read More

Why I Support Mary Hamway By Susan Bitter-Smith

Friend, I’m emailing you today to let you know about my good friend Mary Hamway who is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in District 28. I have known Mary for over 10 years, and believe she has the leadership and problem solving skills needed to tackle the tough issues facing our state. I have seen Mary’s leadership skills … Read More

John McCain: Shinseki’s Head Not Mine Please

John McCain learned an invaluable crisis communication lesson during and after his Keating Five debacle. If you’re not part of the solution you are part of the problem. In other words, never be the status quo, especially when trouble hits. It is an approach that has served McCain well. In a world of crisis communication “experts” he may be the … Read More

PRESS RELEASE Riggs Files More Than 10,400 Signatures in Arizona Gubernatorial Ballot

Cave Creek, Arizona – Republican candidate for Governor, Arizona businessman and education consultant, and former U.S. Congressman Frank Riggs today filed more than 10,400 signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office to qualify for the ballot. In less than four months, the Riggs campaign collected almost double the 5660 signatures needed to qualify for the ballot. “No other candidate … Read More

Greg Stanton Seeks Early Support

Friend, Time flies. It seems like yesterday we were talking about what we could do to bring the change we need to Phoenix. For the last 28 months, we’ve been creating change – together. – We’ve passed Arizona’s most sweeping anti-discrimination ordinance. – Expanded access to health care to thousands more of our kids. – Put anti-homelessness efforts at the … Read More

Rep. Schweikert: Veterans Deserve Honest Leadership

Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ) released a statement following the passage of H.R. 4031, the Department of Veterans Affairs Management Accountability Act of 2014: “I am proud to have cosponsored and supported H.R. 4031.  The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) responsibility is to provide care and support for our nation’s heroes. Sadly, the recent reports and investigations indicate the VA has … Read More

From the Michele Reagan Campaign

Friends, Thanks to all the friends and supporters who have contributed to my campaign! Wednesday night’s fundraiser was truly ‘like no other’. You could feel the energy and excitement as my campaign for Secretary of State continues to grow. We had food trucks featuring locally owned restaurants, live music from Arizona’s own School of Rock and most importantly over 100 … Read More