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Lea Marquez Peterson’s business experiences don’t add up to her campaign promises

by Marion Chubon as appeared in Tucson Sentinel Lea Marquez Peterson wants you to believe that her experience as a champion of small business makes her the best choice in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District. Marquez Peterson is the Republican nominee to succeed Martha McSally. Her main platform in a split district that went for Hillary […]

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Forum Wrap up and Thank You!

Jul 24, 2018 For those who are interested, the results of our very “scientific” audience survey are in. The winner for our July 19th Candidate Forum was Billy Kovacs! Congratulations, Billy. The audience appreciated your well thought out answers to our questions. 2nd place went to the winner of our last Forum, Bruce Wheeler. Thank you also

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Where do your donations go?

Jul 24, 2018 People have asked us what we do with the donations that we solicit and very gratefully receive.  Here are some of the expenses we use these funds for: Putting on Candidate Forums – This is by far our biggest expense.   Each forum costs around $500 – $750 to rent a space.  We

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McSally’s Anti-Immigration Statement Analysis

May 30, 2018 by: Bryna Koch Here in Southern Arizona’s Congressional District 2 we are used to politicians lying about the border and demonizing immigrants to justify anti-immigrant policies, increased surveillance, and wasted money on projects that never really work out. If you are following Representative McSally’s Senate aspirations, you have observed her hard right

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Represent Me AZ Origin Story

Following the 2016 election, many of us with concerns about Martha McSally’s weak-kneed response to Donald Trump found each other on Facebook. We joined efforts to try to convince her to do a better job living up to her campaign promise to be an independent “servant leader” in Washington, willing to break with her party

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