Accurate Representation

Ducey encourages teleworking: Huckelberry says 6,000+ employees must return to work!

Chuck Huckelberry has gone rogue! Last week we reported that the Pima County Administrator demanded that employees return to work beginning next week without consulting managers, the elected Board of Supervisors, or even the sham of a task force stacked with a who’s who of Chamber of Commerce businesses. Board of Supervisor Chairman, Ramon Valadez […]

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Criticism of Kyrsten Sinema isn’t an Attack – It is Our Democratic Responsibility

by Marion Chubon Who does Kyrsten Sinema work for? I’m not trying to be hyperbolic here. I want us all to start asking ourselves this question. Not as a challenge from the left, as the press and other Democrats have tried to frame any criticism of Sinema over the years, dating back to when she

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Call Your Legislator Now!

by M. Chubon This is nuts. The AZ GOP is literally trying to destroy voters’ rights to pass laws that the legislature doesn’t like. Here’s a scenario:1. AZ Legislature is full of people beholden to ALEC/Koch “kill public education-don’t tread on my right to be an unqualified service provider and pay zero taxes” Also the

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Big Money doesn't represent the people.

Anti-Consumer McSally

Anti-Consumer McSally   Mar 3, 2018 an opinion post by Gail Kanamas Rep. Martha McSally is no friend to consumers.  So far this year, McSally has voted five times for anti-consumer legislation.  The only time she voted pro-consumer was with a unanimous House (HR 4292).  This record tops her count of anti-consumer votes in 2017

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McSally in Cosmo Magazine – wait, WHAT?

Oct 19, 2017 We started this Change.org campaign to ask the Editors of “Cosmopolitan” Magazine to: “Tell your readers the truth about Martha McSally Helen Gurley Brown, the long-time editor of “Cosmopolitan,” famously transformed it from a staid family magazine to a frank (sometimes brazen) advice manual for the modern, single career woman. In 2014, then-editor Joanna

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