“Mob Rule” or Rule by “The Mob?”
Midterm elections offer citizens the opportunity to correct the course set by the President by rejecting those in Congress who support him. Sometimes these elections are about the economy or about foreign wars. In the 1970 Election — held in the midst of protests against the Vietnam War and Republican President Richard Nixon’s first term […]Continue reading
Keep Track of Candidate Filings Here!
The deadline for filing candidate nominating petitions is tomorrow, May 30, at 5 p.m. This is for everyone from U.S. Senator to precinct committeeman, with the exception of Special District candidates (like fire and school boards). For federal, statewide, and state legislative races, you can watch the nominating petitions roll in — and check their […]Continue reading
LD-6 Is Key to Changing Arizona
As we’re focusing on how to change our legislature, it seems timely to revisit some facts about LD-6. Our district is one of the eight most competitive in the state. If we can flip all three seats from Republican to Democratic in LD-6, it will make a huge difference for the entire state. All of […]Continue reading
We Can Beat Ducey — Even Republicans Think So
From today’s Daily Kos: • AZ-Gov: The Republican Governors Association has made its first television ad reservations of the cycle, booking $20 million in four states. (The DGA has yet to make any.) Three of them are in exactly the sort of states you’d expect: Florida ($9.4 million), Nevada ($3.3 million), and Ohio ($4.3 million), each home […]Continue reading