Michael Collins Endorsed By Five Former Paradise Valley Mayors

(PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz.) Last week Michael Collins and his campaign to be Paradise Valley’s next mayor received the biggest endorsement of all, an endorsement from Paradise Valley Mayor Scott LeMarr, who is not seeking another term in office. Now, five former mayors have endorsed Michael Collins. Former Paradise Valley Mayors Vernon Parker, Ed Winkler, Ron Clarke, Ed Lowry and Robert … Read More

From Michele Reagan

Friends, Yesterday we turned in over 8,300 petition signatures from across the state of Arizona to become the first Republican to file for the position of Secretary of State! This is only the first step to our victory in the August primary! I want to give a special thank you to all who have circulated petitions, walked neighborhoods, and those … Read More

Another Endorsement For Jennifer Petersen

Endorsement from Representative Heather Carter Legislative District 15 I’ve known and worked with Jennifer Petersen for a long time. As an educator myself, I can appreciate the many challenges she has faced as a member of the Scottsdale Unified School District governing board. Jennifer has proven herself an excellent steward of SUSD’s budget and an exceptional spokesperson for our students. … Read More

Tempe Should Support Happier Hours For Yucca Tap Room

According to the owners of Tempe’s famed Yucca Tap Room, things are awry and city officials want their property. The Republic has some background on the situation. Click here. The one-time platform of Roger Clyne and many other local music aspirants, the distinct bar is something to be celebrated and assisted, not run over as appears the intent of city … Read More

Governor Scott Walker Endorses Ducey

As you know, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin has established a reputation as a committed reformer and one of America’s most innovative governors. And today I’m proud to announce that he has endorsed my candidacy for governor of Arizona, as reported in an article by The Washington Post, linked here. Governor Walker’s fights to revive Wisconsin’s economy became a national … Read More

Kathy Littlefield: Thanks To You I Am On The Ballot!

Dear Friends: I turned in my nominating papers and 1,727 petition signatures (1000 are required) to the City Clerk to get my name on the ballot for City Council. Thanks to all of my supporters who collected so many signatures for me! Another piece of good news – in less than a week we have found good homes for 100 … Read More

Shawnna Bolick Receives Endorsemen​t from Steve Chucri

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phoenix, AZ- May 12, 2014- Today, Shawnna Bolick, Republican candidate for Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 28, received the endorsement of Maricopa County Supervisor, Steve Chucri. “Shawnna will be a prominent voice for families and business across Arizona,” said Supervisor Chucri. “She is dedicated to K-12 education policy and knows what it takes to make … Read More

Sometimes the ‘news’ is just the worst

By Adam Kress From the Phoenix Business Journal If you live in the Phoenix area and spent any time on Facebook or Twitter yesterday, you may have come across a story that a lot of people were sharing. It was titled: “Reasons why Phoenix is the worst place ever.” Pretty provocative headline, right? It’s kind of hard not to react … Read More

PV Mayor Scott LeMarr Endorses Michael Collins As Successor

PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz.) He made history as Paradise Valley’s first directly elected mayor. He served the community for 25 years. As Mayor and as a member of the Town Council, Scott LeMarr navigated Paradise Valley through good times and challenging times. His leadership helped the community emerge from the recession without massive debt. Now, with Mayor LeMarr not seeking reelection … Read More

Time For Investigators To Get Horney

If Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is not investigated by someone for what appears to be a blatant misuse of taxpayer dollars to aid his own election, we are not sure what the point of any campaign finance law is. While some of these laws can be complex, the prohibited use of taxpayer dollars and government staff to assist one’s … Read More