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Archive for the ‘Voting’ Category

Congressional District 1 Update

September 12, 2007

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. Advertisements

Pearce v. Flake — The Battle For The Border

September 6, 2007

  “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 […]

Harry Is Getting Challenged — Ogsbury Update

September 6, 2007

Jim Ogsbury, candidate for Congressional District 5 against Harry Mitchell, has his website up.  He has posted his full announcement speech and his reasons why he is running.  Getting rid of Harry should be enough of a reason.

Fred Wants To Run

September 6, 2007

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 […]

Very Excited…

September 3, 2007

The Critical Arizonan sent this announcement around privately last week but neglected to post it here.  Thanks to DSW over at the Sonoran Alliance.

Good News for Arizona Voters

August 30, 2007

Arizona’s Proposition 200 is upheld.  This is the voter approved initiative that requires proof of citizenship when registering to vote and legal identification to vote at the polls.  There are still some legal challenges to hurdle but Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer feels confident that this is all drawing to a close.