The Conservative's Corner
Signature Count is More Than Twice The Number Required By Law
Republican candidate for State Treasurer Hugh Hallman yesterday filed more than 11,600 signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office to officially qualify for the ballot.
Hallman filed more than twice the number of signatures required by state law — from every county in Arizona — making him the first candidate in the race to qualify for the ballot. The filing is yet another sign of momentum for a campaign that has already gained the support of dozens of prominent Republican elected officials and community leaders across the State.
“We’re very grateful to the more than 11,600 Arizona residents who signed our petition and helped ensure our campaign qualifies for the ballot,” Hallman said. “My commitment to Arizona residents is to ensure our state enjoys truly balanced budgets and fiscal responsibility in government, and we look forward to taking our message to voters over the course of the campaign.”Read more
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 forefront.
Now we’re creating an innovation-based, export-focused economy that will create good jobs over the long-term.
I’m more optimistic than I’ve ever been about our future – but we have to keep going.
That’s why I need your help.Read more
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 supporters who turned out to help our campaign. Special thanks to former Governor of Arizona Jane Dee Hull, Hon. Betsey Bayless and the host committee for coordinating such a wonderful event.
My campaign has kicked into high-gear as we approach two months until early ballots are delivered. A week ago we filed over 8300 petition signatures to qualify for the ballot and last night’s event was a huge step in helping us reach our fundraising goal.
However, we still have a high mountain to climb. The next important date for the campaign is May 31 when campaign finance reports are due. It’s crucial we have a strong showing on that report so voters can see the strength of our campaign and our momentum as I continue to take my message on the road.
I am relying on you to help us achieve our common vision for Arizona. With your continued support we can forge ahead towards the Primary and General elections.
Thank you for your support!
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Phoenix, AZ- May 21, 2014- Today, Shawnna Bolick, Republican candidate for Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 28, received the endorsement of former U.S. Congressman John Shadegg.
“I am thrilled to have Congressman Shadegg’s endorsement,” exclaimed Bolick. “Congressman Shadegg served Arizona well during his tenure and I hope to bring the same level of constituent service to our legislative district once elected. Shadegg and I share many of the same conservative values including keeping government limited and reducing government waste. I can’t help but wonder what our country would look like today if Congressman Shadegg had been elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. I look forward to having Shadegg’s advice in solving state-federal issues.”
Shawnna Bolick has lived in Legislative District 28 for 13 years. Shawnna and her husband, Clint, have two children, Ryne (12) and Kali (9), plus their six year old rescued greyhound, Beary Goldwater, living in the shadows of Squaw Peak.
(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 Plenge represent years of service to the people of Paradise Valley. They're also endorsing Vice Mayor Michael Collins in the Paradise Valley mayoral primary election August 26th.
Collins said, "These former mayors have contributed so much to our community. They have shaped Paradise Valley, preserving its unique quality of life. I am proud to have their endorsements and hope to continue a tradition of quality leadership that our town has enjoyed for so long."
Collins has also secured the endorsements of all current Paradise Valley Town Council members.
Collins added, "Those who endorse me represent a group of people with diverse opinions but who share a desire to serve the public and our great community."Read more
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 who have signed. While this is a day to celebrate, we must also remember that the primary election is 3 months away and we have an incredible amount of work to do in a short amount of time.Read more
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