Robert Graham Releases Video Opposing Proposition 121
|For Immediate Release
October 4, 2012
PHOENIX – Today, Robert Graham released a web video opposing Proposition 121. Graham, a candidate for Arizona Republican State Party Chairman, criticized the Open Elections/Open Government initiative’s corrupting influence on Arizona politics.
“This year, however, with Prop 121, outside special interest groups are trying to take away our freedoms by limiting OUR choices in OUR elections. We’ve seen these same groups cripple California with laws similar to Prop 121. Do you want California politics in Arizona?”
The video also highlight’s Graham’s concern that Proposition 121 is an attempt by outside groups to control Arizona’s election process. The video closes by calling for “honest elections.”
“Like you, I don’t want Arizona to have to deal with the same mess California is in. This November, let’s stand up for honest elections, not political schemes. Vote NO on 121 with me.”
Robert Graham is President and CEO of RG Capital, and is responsible for the company’s financial advisory, investment banking/consulting and corporate development business.
In addition, Graham is the author of Job Killers: The American Dream in Reverse and is a nationally recognized fiscal policy expert.
Graham has lived in Arizona for seventeen years. He and his wife, Julia, reside in Phoenix with their five children. Graham and his family are active members of their church and local community. Graham is also a Life member of the National Rifle Association. The Grahams have helped support and serve local and international charities through their church and directly such as Catholic Charities, New Beginnings Women Shelter, My Sister’s Place, Saint Mary’s Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, and Healing Hands for Haiti, among others.
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