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By Press Release | November 22, 2015 | 1 Comment
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From the AZGOP:

Kirkpatrick, Obama Refuse to Support SAFE Act To Pause Syrian Refugee Program

PHOENIX – This afternoon Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party criticized Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick, who is seeking a U.S. Senate seat, for not supporting a program to preserve national security by pausing the Syrian refugee program until additional background investigations of the refugees are in place.

“This is another Democrat, right here in Arizona, who joins President Obama in turning a blind eye to world …

By Press Release | November 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From the Office of Governor Doug Ducey:


20 Years Of School Choice: How Arizona Has Evolved

Two decades after the first charter schools opened in Arizona, an increasing percentage of students are attending schools of their choice

The Arizona Republic, November 3, 2015

Our Turn: Test Scores Plummet – Except In Arizona

Last week’s National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) data on student achievement brought good news for Arizona schools. Despite the rancor …

By Press Release | November 12, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From the AZGOP:

PHOENIX – This afternoon Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party celebrated a legal victory based on the opinion issued by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals which declared as unconstitutional Tucson’s city election system because it violates the rights of Republican voters.

“We are grateful that the court has overturned Tucson’s outrageous election scheme which effectively excluded Republicans from the City Council,” said Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham. “The court acknowledged that Arizona voters generally choose Republicans, and that Tucson Democrats gave themselves …

By Press Release | November 10, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From the AZGOP:

Ducey Plan Solves One of Arizona’s Oldest and Most Politically Controversial Issues: Education Funding

PHOENIX – This morning Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party congratulated his counterpart, Arizona Democratic Party Chairwoman Alexis Tameron, on her announcement yesterday of her support of Gov. Doug Ducey’s Education Funding Plan. The measure, Proposition 123, will be on the ballot in May of 2016. If approved by voters it will increase K-12 funding by $3.5 billion over the next ten years.

By Press Release | November 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From the AZGOP:

Former GOP Legislative District Chairman Elected to Represent Glendale Residents

PHOENIX – “Ray has proven to be a hard worker and a tough campaigner, and his knowledge of the people and issues in his community is extraordinary,” said Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham. “We are looking forward to seeing his leadership qualities being brought to bear on behalf of his constituents and the City of Glendale.”

“The people in this district (Sahuaro) were not being represented,” said Malnar, a Glendale businessman. “I was …

By Press Release | November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments
Video: Governor Doug Ducey Declares November Veteran Employment Month

From the Office of Governor Doug Ducey:

PHOENIX – Governor Ducey has declared November Veteran Employment Month in honor of our military veterans and their sacrifice to our nation, and the businesses in Arizona who hire them.

“We owe so much to our men and women in uniform — ensuring there are employment opportunities for our veterans when they leave the service is one of the many ways we can thank them for all they have done to protect us,” …

By Press Release | November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From The AZGOP:

AZGOP Leadership Blasted Pro-Pot Initiative Months Ago, Ohio Voters 2:1 Against Pot

PHOENIX – This evening Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party watched local and national election returns and thanked Ohio voters for rejecting marijuana legalization. Graham commended Ohio voters for rejecting the arguments of pro-pot advocates, who spent $25 million in a failed attempt to attract new customers.

“The Republican Party in Arizona represents everyday Americans who work hard to raise and educate our children, be responsible, and set an …

By Press Release | November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From Senate Conservatives Fund:

Republican businessman Matt Bevin – the man who dared to challenge Senator Mitch McConnell in the Republican primary last year – was elected as the next Governor of Kentucky yesterday.

This flips the governorship from Democrat to Republican, and elects a true conservative with a bold plan to cut taxes, shrink government, repeal Common Core, fix the pension system, repeal the state’s Obamacare exchange, and to fight the federal government’s war on the states.

This is a …

By Press Release | November 3, 2015 | 0 Comments
Ann Kirkpatrick

From the AZGOP:

Health Insurance Co-Op Created by Obamacare Booted From Marketplace, Leaves 59,000 Arizonans without Coverage

PHOENIX – This afternoon Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party criticized Democrat Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick for her continued support of Obamacare, the federal healthcare policy which recently resulted in 59,000 Arizonans losing their health care coverage. Meritus Health Partners and Meritus Mutual Health Partners, two insurance companies created by Obamacare, were removed from the market by federal officials last week with control of …

By Press Release | November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
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From the Office of Governor Doug Ducey:

PHOENIX – “This is a great day for Arizona kids, families and teachers. We all know there is plenty of gridlock and partisanship in politics, but through this effort, we have proven that if we work together, in a spirit of good faith, we can improve the lives of Arizonans. I want to thank the leaders in the Legislature and the education community for working tirelessly to make this happen, and the bipartisan coalition …