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DuVal’s Refusal to Register His Lobbying Activity in Kansas on Behalf of Special Interest Groups
PHOENIX – This afternoon Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party reminded voters that with less than two weeks until election day, lobbyist and Democrat candidate Fred DuVal has not only refused to disclose his lobbying clients but also refused to register as a lobbyist while he worked for a Swiss bank and lobbied government officials in numerous states, including Kansas.
More than 25 percent of Arizona’s voters who vote early …
AZGOP Announces “DuVal’s Disclosure Promise Clock”
PHOENIX – More than 21 days ago Democrat Fred DuVal, a special interest lobbyist and career influence peddler, promised to release his lobbying client list during the Clean Elections debate on September 28. Today, Arizonans are still waiting for DuVal to keep the public promise he made to them. To help voters keep track of how long it takes for DuVal to come clean and keep his promise, the Arizona Republican Party today released “
PHOENIX – Democrat gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal’s latest extreme comments on abortion and parental consent were recently picked up by Buzzfeed in piece detailing the 14 things a 14-year-old girl cannot do without parental consent. DuVal recently told a pastor and his congregation that
Do You Think 14 Year Old Girls Should Be Able to Get Abortions Without Parental Consent?
Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Fred DuVal Does
Sign Petition if You Disagree and Think That Minors as Young as 14
Should Need Parental Consent to Have an Abortion
PHOENIX – The Arizona Republican Party today announced a petition for the thousands of Arizonans who disagree …
Washington Insider Has Established Track Record of Disregarding Rules and Law
PHOENIX – The Arizona Republican Party today is reminding voters of gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal’s failure to register as a lobbyist in states across the country. His unwillingness to adhere to the multiple state laws should be of great concern to all Arizonans.
“Fred DuVal clearly understands that a career lobbyist is not the kind of person voters are looking for to elect as chief executive of our state, and that’s why his campaign tactic …
Phoenix, AZ State Treasurer and Republican nominee for Governor Doug Ducey has endorsed Diane Douglas for Superintendent of Public Instruction.
“Diane served eight years on a large school board, two of those years as president of the board. She has the real-world experience required to understand what truly works in the classroom. I look forward to working with Diane on a new set of rigorous state standards that will prepare our students for a life-time of success and opportunity, whether they …
The highest court in the land has agreed to hear the Arizona Legislator’s case against Governor Jan Brewer’s Medicaid Expansion, a.k.a. OBrewercare.
The Goldwater Institute is representing the 36 LegisHeroes who represent US.
Mark Your Calendars – Be There!
When: November 6, 2013, 2:00 pm
Where: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1. Why Tucson? (the liberal blue island of Arizona).
I speculate that they may want to flood the room with the ‘Occupy Tucson’ Liberals.
2. Who are the judges? Any up for re-election on the 4th?
Hon. Scott …
At Gilbert Church, DuVal Tells Pastor and Congregation He Does Not Support Parental Consent For Expectant Mothers As Young As 14
PHOENIX – Yesterday a video surfaced of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal’s appearance at a Gilbert church earlier this week. During the discussion, DuVal told the pastor and his congregation “14-year olds should be allowed to get abortions with no parental …
As the first ballots of the general election were being cast, our campaign added several endorsements and a new coalition to our broad base of support. We also participated in the fifth and final debate of our campaign and closed out the education leg of our Freedom and Opportunity Tour.
We started off the week on Sunday with the coveted endorsement of The Arizona Republic in the print edition of the paper. …
The black unemployment rate in North Carolina is more than double that of whites.
Republicans need to pick up six seats in November to gain control of the Senate.
Consensus to date points to good prospects of this happening.
But one state where the picture remains unclear for Republicans is North Carolina. Republican challenger, speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives Thom Tillis, has failed to pull ahead of Democrat incumbent Senator Kay Hagan and average of latest polling shows him behind …