Republican candidate for the 1st Congressional District Sydney Hay has launched her campaign website as seeks to replace the open seat vacated by Rick Renzi. Sydney’s website is a shell right now but you can certainly volunteer for her campaign or make a donation.
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Arizona Senate President Tim Bee has been busy recently and drawing some attention. Earlier this summer, Bee headed east to meet with the Republican Party leadership to discuss the possibility of a run for the 8th Congressional District seat currently occupied by Gabrielle Giffords. Apparently, he drew quite a bit of attention here in Arizona […]
“Ladies and Gentlemen, let’s get ready to rumble!” You can almost see Don King dressed to the nines sitting along ringside cackling away at the entertainment. As was reported by the Associated Press today, State Representative Russell Pearce has announced the official formation of his Congressional Campaign Exploratory Committee seeking Arizona’s 6th Congressional District […]
Yesterday during the GOP Presidential Debate from New Hampshire, Fred Dalton Thompson ran a pre-announcement commercial on Fox News that amounted to him saying see my website for my official announcement tomorrow. This was followed by an appearance last night on the Jay Leno show where he announces that he is running. Today, on his […]
Renzi’s not seeking reelection. Check out my friend Greg Patterson over at Espresso Pundit for a lengthier post… Update: Here is the link to the Arizona Republic story today.
Mitt Romney, GOP hopeful and former Massachusetts Governor, is trying to sneak something else by the voters concerning his record on immigration. Romney released a radio ad attacking “sanctuary cities” and illegal immigration giving the image that he will be tough on enforcing the border and on law and order. He also mentions New York […]
It looks like freshman Democrat Congressman Harry Mitchell aka “Comb-Over” (Congressional District 5) is getting an official Republican challenger according to The Business Journal of Phoenix. Jim Ogsbury has thrown his hat into the ring, announcing that he will be seeking office against Mitchell focusing on border security and fiscal/economic conservatism. He is no stranger to Capitol Hill with his […]
Governor Janet Napolitano is now considering a move of the primary date from Februrary 26th to February 5th to still remain in harmony with the national parties while also joining other states like California and New York to make it a Super Dee Duper Tuesday. Janet and company are recognizing the fact that Arizona is not getting the […]
“Man is not free unless government is limited.” Ronald Reagan Bob Robb pens a decent piece today on the departure of Karl Rove and his tenure with President Bush. Recounting the goals and the policy agenda of the Bush presidency, Robb sums it up in one phrase: Bush wanted to create such a majority by […]
Has anyone seen or heard from Rick Renzi? Arizona Congressman Rick Renzi (Congressional District 1) has been very quiet this past month. Renzi, under federal investigation for a land swap deal as well as another investigation whether he proposed legislation to benefit the company of his father, submitted his annual financial disclosure form on Monday […]