The Conservative's Corner
Former U.S. Congressman to lead organization's efforts to educate and inspire future leaders
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (January 6, 2015) - The Joe Foss Institute Board of Directors has named Frank Riggs the new President and CEO of the Joe Foss Institute (JFI). The mission of JFI is to restore civics education in K-12 schools and ensure that all high school graduates are ready for active, engaged citizenship.
Riggs will also head JFI's affiliate, the Civics Proficiency Institute (CPI), which has launched a national campaign called the Civics Education Initiative to encourage all 50 states to adopt the United States Citizenship Civics Test, the test all new U.S. citizens must pass, as a condition of high school graduation.
Riggs succeeds Dr. Lucian Spataro, who has joined an on-line education technology company as its president and COO. Spataro will remain on the JFI and CPI boards, and serve as co-chair of JFI's annual fundraiser, Stars in Service.
"I look forward to the challenge and opportunity to build on the solid foundation at JFI," Riggs said. "As CEO, my priorities will be expanding and branding JFI as the national leader for civics education, advocacy and engagement, and inspiring future generations to public service."
JFI Board Chairman Sandy Froman said, "While I am saddened that Lucian has chosen to depart, I am ecstatic that he is remaining on both boards and that we have someone of Frank's caliber to fill his shoes. Frank brings years of leadership experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors, and is ideally suited to take the Joe Foss Institute to the next level and move the Civics Education Initiative forward."Read more
Dear Friend of Educational Choice,
Voters reject the status quo in education. They applaud bold change for children, and they want more.
That’s the message voters sent last week in the dramatic midterm election results. In each of the states where the American Federation for Children’s affiliated political committees engaged, we were able to help elect or protect many school choice policymakers to state legislative office.
• AFC and its political committees invested in a total of 259 races, including both the 2014 primary and general elections.
• Our spending totaled $4.5 million highly targeted dollars to defend, strengthen, or create school choice-friendly legislatures in nine states.
• 91 percent of our endorsed candidates won their races in the general election, and 80 percent won in the primary.
• Governors who have boldly stood up for vouchers, tax credit choice programs, and charter school expansion were re-elected, despite well-funded and relentless opposition from the teachers’ union. Governors Scott Walker (WI), John Kasich (OH), Rick Scott (FL) and Nathan Deal (GA) all won.
Governor Rick Scott’s victory in Florida is particularly striking, as his margin of victory matches the increased number of African-Americans who voted for him this election (compared to 2010). After the teachers union and school boards association sued to stop the new Education Savings Account and existing, bipartisan-supported tax credit scholarship program, Democratic candidate and former Governor Charlie Crist flip-flopped and became an opponent of these programs after having previously supported them as Governor, forcing the issue into the center of the campaign. Our Florida affiliate worked aggressively to inform parents of the nearly 70,000 scholarship program students of Crist’s support for the lawsuit that would take away their child’s scholarship.Read more
By Bill McInturff
Public Opinion Strategies' Election Night Poll shows the 2014 election was defined by major dissatisfaction about the direction of the country, the economy, and President Obama:
1. On Election Day, roughly two-thirds (65%) of voters said the country is headed off on the wrong track.
2. The weekend before the election 64% of voters said they were dissatisfied with the state of the U.S. economy.
3. In the national exit polls, President Obama's job approval was 44% on Election Day, exactly matching his job approval on Election Day in 2010.
4. By a roughly two-to-one margin, people say they voted as a signal to oppose rather than to support President Obama (17% support/32% oppose).
5. Republicans enjoyed a six point edge on the generic vote for Congress (52% saying they voted for the Republican candidate for Congress compared to 46% saying they voted for the Democratic candidate for Congress).
6. In the national exit polls, Republicans carried White men by an even wider margin in 2014 than in 2010 (64% saying they voted for the Republican candidate/33% saying they voted for the Democratic candidate this cycle compared to 62%/34% in 2010).
7. While not quite as high as in 2010, Republicans captured White women by a comfortable double-digit margin this cycle (56% saying they voted for the Republican candidate/43% saying they voted for the Democratic candidate in 2014 compared to 58%/39% in 2010 according to national exit polls).Read more
By Elect Bolick for Arizona
As you may know, we won the Legislative District 28 (LD 28) House primary. Thank you to all of our supporters, volunteers, endorsers, and donors. Without you our win would not have been possible.
The general election battle is tough, but winnable. LD 28 is the only Arizona legislative district carried by Mitt Romney that is represented by a Democrat. The Democratic incumbent barely edged out the Republican nominee two years ago.
Where the Democrat has the edge is cash on hand. While I had a tough primary, he faced no opponent. I saved a significant amount for the general election, but our opponent starts with a 3-1 money edge. We need to replenish our campaign funds to win -- and quickly, given the short time remaining between now and Election Day on Tuesday, November 4th.
The policy differences between myself and our Democratic opponent are stark. He opposes all forms of school choice, while I support it passionately. He is a reliable vote for higher taxes and bigger government; I oppose both. He even voted against Right to Try, which would give terminally ill patients the right to access drugs through their physicians that could save or extend their lives.Read more
Shawnna Bolick received Congressman David Schweikert’s endorsement for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 28.
“Shawnna Bolick is exactly what Legislative District 28 needs,” stated Congressman Schweikert. “Shawnna is principled, articulate and an advocate for education and a balanced budget. She cares about people, as reflected recently when she helped neighbors navigate the Veterans Administration. I am proud to endorse Shawnna as a fighter for taxpayers.”
“I am honored to have the endorsement of my sitting congressman,” exclaimed Bolick. “Like Congressman Schweikert I want to reduce the size and role government play in our everyday lives. I look forward to finding common sense solutions while helping Congressman Schweikert put a halt on government mandates as we unleash a pro-growth agenda at both levels of government.”Read more
Today, I am proud to announce one of the biggest endorsements of our campaign: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, of Texas.
Please join us both for a tele-townhall tomorrow night at 7:15 by making a toll-free call to 877-229-8493, Pin: 112568.
Senator Cruz has been one of the most outspoken reformers of government at the national level. As the representative of another border state, the Senator knows just how critical that issue is. And he brings the same toughness standing up to Barack Obama that I will as Arizona's next governor.
Senator Cruz said of our campaign:
"The crisis at America’s border is a defining issue in the coming election, especially in Arizona. I'm supporting Doug Ducey for Arizona governor because he is the best candidate to help secure the border, protect the people, and enforce the law. He has the most serious and credible plan to address the border crisis.
*There’s been a lot of talk (and evidence) of southern Scottsdale, specifically near and along McDowell Road, being the next hot Valley neighborhood. And here’s more evidence: Mark/Taylor Residential’s new apartment community on McDowell is so successful it’s started purchasing adjacent properties for additional parking. And up the street a respected developer is putting in for-sale, contemporary-style condominiums for upwards of $500,000 a pop . . . on Granite Reef.
*There’s a big disparity in cash on hand between the long-shot campaign of Bob Littlefield trying to unseat the popular current Mayor of Scottsdale, Jim Lane. Littlefield reports $24,000 whereas Lane has $140,000.
*The campaign to legalize marijuana is going to lose in November 53.5%-47.5%.
*After Lane defeats Littlefield for Mayor this year (and it will be his last term due to term limits) will Scottsdale’s 2020 race feature Virginia Korte vs Guy Phillips? Speaking of Phillips, is he going through a political transformation? Typically railing against any and all development proposals in the community he just voted to increase height and add 1,000 apartments to a well-connected developer in Scottsdale.Read more
We didn’t start this opinions courtyard years ago to belabor Bob Littlefield, a former Scottsdale City Councilman and failed Republican candidate for the Arizona State Legislature.
But his fodder has just become so rich, or rather so mendacious.
His hypocrisy knows no bounds.
He was for the Desert Discovery Center before he was against it.
He voted for the tallest and densest project in Scottsdale history before proclaiming he’s against such things.
He says he is for the people yet voted with powerful development interests to take away citizen’s rights when they wanted to challenge his support for them.
We could go on. And on. And on. Which is why it’s necessary to write about Littlefield so much. He’s the ultimate politician.
But his latest campaign deceit may be the most repulsive yet, even worthy of a new nickname: Lyin’ Bob Littlefield.
We hate to co-opt Donald Trump’s moniker for primary opponent Ted Cruz after his campaign was so dishonest about Ben Carson, but it’s justified.
Just take a look at this social media post from Littlefield on June 29th.
We get exaggeration in political campaigns. But Littlefield just flat out lied about Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane on light rail.
Lane has repeatedly voted against light rail plans and proposals his entire time on the Scottsdale City Council and as Mayor. He even did so just last month. Lane was in the majority quashing plans for Scottsdale light rail. So how can Littlefield claim otherwise? Only with a stunning lack of integrity that comes with a flailing campaign. Littlefield knows better. He should be better.
His claims about Lane on the proposed Desert Discovery Center are nearly as bad. Lane supports a public vote on the project. In fact, this is how he has laid out his position:
Public Needs Final Say On Desert Discovery Center
"The public should decide whether or not the Desert Discovery Center is built on McDowell Sonoran Preserve land and/or use Preserve funds. That’s my position. I want this process to be up front and transparent on this issue because that’s what our residents deserve before the city spends tens of millions of dollars on the project."
If Littlefield’s numerous flip-flops, hypocrisy and anti-business positions (which are almost autarkic) weren’t disqualifying enough, his latest antics surely do the trick.
Former 12-year Scottsdale Councilman and failed state legislative candidate Bob Littlefield sounds more like he’s running for Mayor of Detroit than Scottsdale.
Everything is wrong in our fair city, his wonting bemoans. And he alone is the guy to fix it. He, the campaign trailing, self-professing walking combination of Bernie Sanders AND Donald Trump.
We digress in noting the stunning political gymnastics required of someone calling himself cousin to both a redistributionist and repulser of Mexicans, all the while lacking the philosophical consistency of Sanders and the business acumen of Trump.
Yet, Littlefield waxes ineloquent to his audiences, trust him and utopia is just around the bend.
He’ll stop more development even though he approved the biggest one in Scottsdale’s history.
He’s anti-business now yet ran in 2002 as a pro-development substitute for George Zraket.
He stands for citizens yet took away their rights for a developer.
He’s for the taxpayer except when he’s voting for subsidies and spending on himself and financial backers.
For 12 long years Bob Littlefield sat on the Scottsdale City Council. From 2003-2015. Either he’s to blame for the purported problems, or he was wildly ineffective in being able to bring about the change he says is needed.
So, whether he was politically incoherent or a political invalid it certainly suggests he has little to no ability to actually do whatever it is he says he’ll do. After all, if a person can’t prove themselves after three Olympiads, there’s little sense in talking about them as captain of next year’s team.
Containment. Mutually Assured Destruction. The Domino Theory. Balance of Power. Trickle Down. Vouchers.
These are the words of famous philosophies, some more than others, thought to describe the best governance for our schools, economics and foreign affairs.
Here in Arizona a new philosophy by an unexpected voice is noteworthy. “Gradualism” as proffered by Arizona Corporation Commission Chairman Doug Little, seeks to change state energy policy gradually, not in whole cloths as utility companies are demanding. They are doing so to both increase profits and deny customers a chance to save when rates rise via solar technology and other means.
Little’s is a voice unanticipated because heretofore he’d been thought to be a marionette of the Arizona Public Service monopoly. But we can’t think of a better name than Little to espouse a common sense, mature philosophy like Gradualism for the little steps it espouses.
Take the Chairman’s recent approach to a Canadian utility’s attempt to impose “demand charges” in the Arizona territories of Lake Havasu, Kingman and Nogales. Sure, Little’s rejection of the proposal was a reaction in part to the extraordinary public opposition to the idea that one’s utility bill should be based on the highest use in any one day. But his approach also seemed to be firmly rooted in the concept of gradualism. While it’s good to be first in the nation for some if not many things why is it necessary for Arizona consumers to be the laboratory rats for rate hikers, you could almost hear his thinking go.
The Little Doctrine runs contrary to this notion. It does not forego big ideas – and we would argue demand charges are a bad, big idea – but as the concept goes if major change is to be undertaken it should be phased in so as not to shock the ecosystem.Read more
One of the more effective Scottsdale citizen activists in recent years has been downtown business owner Bill Crawford.
He’s taken on some tough fights and special interests and come out the other side. Most notably he raised problems the surging success of bars and restaurants in the Entertainment District were having on nearby neighborhoods several years ago. He worked with Mayor Jim Lane and others to enact reforms to alleviate the problems. The Crawford approach stands in marked contrast to former Councilman Bob Littlefield who has inanely suggested shutting down these small, locally owned businesses rather than be a leader and champion the change Crawford did.
Crawford’s successes are why he took a very hard look at running for Scottsdale Mayor. He said his primary motivation was to deny Littlefield, who’s also seeking the post versus the well-regarded current Mayor. But Crawford’s also a realist. Despite running for the City Council previously Crawford has come up short. He knew that leap-frogging Littlefield, a former 3-term member of the City Council and failed Republican candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives, and into a run-off election would be a tall political order.
So he’s opted to align and endorse Mayor Lane in the upcoming November election. Lane and Crawford don’t always agree but they share integrity and a commitment to moving Scottsdale forwards, not backwards as Littlefield wants to do. Crawford and Lane also seem to be aligned on Lane’s call to reform Scottsdale government and create greater City Council representation in the southern part of the city, something Littlefield opposes.
In the end Crawford made the right call for himself, and for Scottsdale. It’s a big boost for Mayor Lane’s candidacy and surely not the last we’ll be seeing from the conscientious Jack LaLanne of civic thought and leadership.Read more
By John McCain
Memorial Day is a time of solemn remembrance where we pause to honor the terrible sacrifice made by those who went off to war only to never return.
We remember through ceremony and by celebrating the freedom they fought to defend.
We must never forget what they did in our name. They were family and friends to some, heroes to all - who lived, fought and died for the safety and future of a great and good nation.
Today, Americans are fighting in faraway places most will never see. No matter how remote, no matter how long they are asked to go, it's our duty to remember they have volunteered to be in harm's way to protect us and the ideas and values we hold dear. They deserve our unending gratitude and support.
Every day, I dedicate myself to ensuring that we continue to live in a country that's worthy of their great sacrifices.
Our fighting men and women deserve strong support from their leaders, the best resources and equipment and, most of all, a sound policy and a strategy that give purpose to their actions and return them home with speed and safety.
May God bless them, may we never forget, and may God bless America.
John McCainRead more
With State Senator Adam Driggs retiring two seats are up for grabs in the upcoming race for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 28. That’s because a current holder of one of those seats, Kate Brophy McGee, is running to replace Driggs as is the other State Representative, Eric Meyer, a doctor.
The House calls for their replacements are easy ones to make, both Republicans.
First up is well-regarded Paradise Valley Councilwoman Mary Hamway. Her brand of character and communication is exactly what you want to have in the political arena. She has consistently been a pro-tourism, pro-resort vote on her Town Council including the landmark decision to bring Mountain Shadows back to life as well as bringing the Ritz-Carlton to the community, a move that secures the town’s financial future. We don’t always agree with Hamway. Indeed, she’s rigid on preventing a medical marijuana dispensary in Paradise Valley even though it’s the law of the land and public support for the policy continues to increase since the measure’s narrow passage in 2010. But her position shows spine. And that’s something she and Arizona will need as the special interests come calling at the State Capitol. Hamway narrowly lost her 2014 race for the same seat she is pursuing now. We don’t expect the same outcome. Indeed, Arizona would be the biggest loser were that to be the case.Read more
Friends was one of the best and most successful television comedies of all time. No one can say it didn’t have a great run. From Phoebe Buffay to Chandler Bing the characters became a staple of American life.
Chandler, Arizona has also had a great run. It is among Arizona’s most successful cities. From Jay Tibshraeny to Jack Sellers it has been led by Mayors and members of the City Council who have largely made effective policy decisions.
But just as Matthew Perry seemed askew in roles post-Friends so too was it odd to see stories like this one last year in which a well-connected developer and lobbyist conspired to sink a business’ aspirations in the Price Road Corridor. In any entitlement case there are typically good reasons to approve or reject an application but in this case the political games engineered by a nearby developer merely sinking to quash competition seemed more reminiscent of the dark hallways at the Arizona State Legislature than the home of Intel.
Fortunately, Chandler has a chance Thursday night to indicate it still is a city that’s headed in the right direction and that it rises above the politics of self-interest for the community interest.
On Thursday, a $500 million expansion of a successful, existing business park is on the docket. Behind the scenes the same actors of a nearby, subsidized office building are again trying to undermine a competitor. But this time they’re not just picking on an aspiring Korean businesswoman. They are playing with fire. For the project is quietly being considered by Fortune 500 companies surveying the Valley for new digs. And speaking of surveys word is that one over the weekend of likely Chandler voters showed a whopping 85%-7% support for the project that could bring as many as 15,000 jobs and millions in new tax revenue for Chandler and local school district. Proposition 123 may have squeaked by Tuesday night but public schools still need lots of help. These are some of the reasons why the “Park Place” expansion is one of the most anticipated commercial developments in Arizona.Read more
The Arizona Republic recently featured an impressive “land bridge” near Oro Valley, Arizona to facilitate highway crossings for wildlife and reduce car accidents with them. Here is a link.
It prompted an idea. Why not pursue something similar in Scottsdale for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve which is bisected by Dynamite Boulevard?
It would be far less costly than the proposed Desert Discovery Center (DDC), and enrich the refuge.
The DDC is a specious proposal that seems more supported by inertia than merit. The burden is on proponents to generate the necessary public support for the project, as preserve advocates once did in early 1990s. Currently, that doesn’t exist. Nor does a compelling policy rationale for magnifying the development footprint at the proposed Gateway location.
The city’s construction of trailheads and exhibits at hiking points in the McDowells was so superbly done with so few footprints in God’s desert sands that they have effectively become a desert discovery center unto themselves.
Precious tax dollars should be used for completing the preserve and enhancing that which is already within via things like a land bridge.
Put another way, does anyone go to the Grand Canyon because of the visitor center? No, they do so because of the majesty. And so it will always be, and should be, with the McDowell Sonoran Preserve where tourism officials should understand that better marketing of God’s great gift will be far more impactful than marketing towards a redundant facility that seeks to interpret that which people can see for themselves, unadulterated.Read more
After losing the Republican nomination for the Arizona House of Representatives in 2014 Bob Littlefield found himself without a political title for the first time since 2002.
He couldn’t stand it. So he’s running for Scottsdale Mayor against a former friend and ally. He’s running despite his wife also serving on the Scottsdale City Council at the same time. And he’s running despite being on every side of every issue from density and heights to the Desert Discovery Center to taking money from special interests and lobbyists.
So complete is Littlefield’s hypocrisy on just about every issue in Scottsdale that his acolytes appear to be resulting to rumor mongering in their quixotic quest to displace the popular and reform-oriented Mayor Lane.
The latest is suggesting that Lane would only serve two years if voters elected him for his final term as Mayor later this year because he wants to run for Treasurer? Nice try.
That scenario is no more plausible than Littlefield being elected and then running anew for the Arizona House of Representatives. But don’t take our word for it. Lane’s commitment to his final term is easily confirmed. Just call his office. See what he says.Read more
Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane will be seeking a third and final term this August. The finality has to do with the city’s term limits restriction. Three terms is all one gets to serve consecutively on the City Council or as Mayor.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton will not be seeking a third term, even though he would win easily. That’s because Phoenix restricts the Mayor to serving but two terms.
Which is better policy? 2 or 3? Or maybe a single six year term like Mexico’s President has? Or no term limits at all.
It doesn’t matter who you are being an effective Mayor of a large city like Phoenix or a multi-faceted one like Scottsdale takes time. Stanton has hit his stride. Downtown Phoenix is one of the most talked about places in the Southwest. He’s collaborating with Republicans on key education measures. In short, Phoenix is a city on the move, like Scottsdale.Read more
The proposed Desert Discovery Center is one of those ideas that’s been around a long time. Like wine, some think this is cause to savor the idea further. Once envisioned as something like an environmental Disneyland it has morphed into something more akin to a duplicative Desert Botanical Garden.
Some on the Scottsdale City Council like Linda Milhaven, Virginia Korte and Suzanne Klapp join many in the local tourism industry and strongly support the project.
Mayor Jim Lane has supported studying the matter further with no commitment to the final project, a position similar to Councilmembers David Smith and Guy Phillips.
Councilwoman Kathy Littlefield opposes the project even though her husband Bob, a failed state legislative candidate last cycle now running for Mayor, supported the project in 2008.
There’s support, opposition and caution but few would disagree the plan is controversial.Read more
By Arnold Schwarzenegger
I'm proud to endorse my good friend John Kasich for President of the United States.
John knows that leadership is about serving people and he has a record of getting results. That's exactly what's needed in America right now.
He not only led the effort to balance America's budget for the first time since men walked on the moon, but he turned a $8 billion budget shortfall in Ohio into a $2 billion surplus.
Our country faces tremendous challenges right now but John knows, like I do, that it is still the greatest country in the world - no matter what anyone else says. He's offering real, common-sense solutions to our greatest challenges.
It's time to roll up our sleeves and do our part. Join me today and support John Kasich for President of the United States!
Former Governor of California
By Virginia Korte
As you probably know, my family has deep roots in Southern Scottsdale – for most of 30 years we operated a Chevrolet dealership on the corner of Scottsdale and McDowell Roads.
I have taken a special interest in helping revitalize the area and am proud of the progress being made -- including the springing up of new businesses and the sprucing up of older neighborhoods. The restoration of Southern Scottsdale has been remarkable.
It is an ongoing process. So I want to express my appreciation to those who are investing in improving the area. Thank you for all that you are doing.Read more
"We need leaders like Andy in Congress who will work to secure our borders and uphold our immigration laws."
PHOENIX (March 2) – Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio today announced his endorsement of Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs for Arizona's Fifth Congressional District.
"Andy Biggs has stood for conservative principles each and every day he has served in the Arizona Legislature," Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. "We need leaders like Andy in Congress who will work to secure our borders and uphold our immigration laws. I know that Andy Biggs won't ever compromise his beliefs, and that is what makes him a perfect replacement for Representative Matt Salmon. I trust that the voters of Congressional District 5 will back the only true conservative in this race, and I'm very proud that Andy answered the call to give voters that true conservative to support. Please join me in supporting Andy Biggs for the United States House of Representatives."
Arpaio's endorsement follows endorsements for Biggs from Congressman Matt Salmon, Congressman Trent Franks, Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio, and Senators Sylvia Allen, Nancy Barto, Judy Burges, Debbie Lesko, Gail Griffin, Steve Yarbrough, David Farnsworth, John Kavanagh, and Steve Smith.
"Arizona primary voters have a great respect for Sheriff Joe Arpaio's endorsements, and I am honored to have received his support for my candidacy," Senator Andy Biggs said. "He has set an incredible example for Arizona elected officials, standing for the rule of law and against unenforced federal immigration laws. I hope to work with him in the years ahead to uphold our laws and to strengthen our border enforcement."Read more
|By Governor Doug Ducey
I'm voting YES on Prop 123 on May 17 because it's vital to ensuring Arizona's teachers and students have the resources they need to succeed in the classroom.
This initiative puts $3.5 billion into Arizona's public K-12 schools over the next ten years WITHOUT raising taxes.
When it comes to public education, Arizona has some great stories to tell. Voting YES on Prop 123 means future Arizona students can keep writing those Arizona success stories.
WATCH the video above to learn more about why I'm supporting Prop 123 and join me in voting YES on May 17.
Governor of Arizona
PS - Learn more about Yes on Prop123 and how you can support it at www.YesProp123.com.
By Virginia Korte
Sustaining Our Scottsdale Way of Life
I am a consensus builder – because I believe the best outcomes are created when people come together and agree on a course of action.
That means making sure everyone has a voice in the decision-making process, no matter what the issue.
One of the things that makes our city so great and sets it apart from many other places is our ability to share our ideas with one another. Citizens are able to not only take part in shaping our short-term objectives, but also participate in planning ahead to determine the best ways to achieve our long-term goals.
As we focus on the future, one of the most important topics is the role transportation issues play in growing our economy and sustaining our Scottsdale way of life.Read more
By Bill Gates
Dear Friends and Supporters:
Yesterday, I announced my intention to run for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to fill the vacancy left by retiring County Supervisor Andy Kunasek. During his time on the Board, Andy has been a great public servant, role model, and friend. Please join me in thanking him for his selfless public service to our district and our community.
I am excited about the opportunity to continue serving the great residents of District 3 and I hope you will support me as I run for County Supervisor for District 3. In the coming days and weeks, there will be more information on my campaign. In the meantime, please see my press announcement from yesterday below. Additionally, please visit my website at www.billgatesaz.com to donate to my campaign.
As always, thank you for your continued support.
Bill GatesRead more
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