We will be listing candidates and upcoming elections as we get closer to the voting in 2022, so check back in the fall of 2021.
Mike Lindell, the “My Pillow” guy, has released a fascinating video on election fraud, showing how President “Asterisk” Biden became president. The link to the video is HERE.
Townhall posted an interesting story about Lindell’s video, raising the question, why hasn’t the FBI looked into the allegations of election fraud? That’s a ridiculous question, given how politicized and useless the Federal Bureau of Non-Investigation has become since Barack Obama’s first election and makeover of the federal bureaucracy; but it’s a good question to ask.
Wondering who to vote for in the 2022 election? Vote your own mind, but if you want to Make America Great Again, and do not want to be ruled by the “Democratic Socialists” rioting in Portland, Seattle and Minneapolis, stay tuned for our recommendations this fall.
These were our recommendations in 2020:
President & Vice President – Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence
President Trump’s campaign slogan could be “Promises Made, Promises Kept” instead of “Make America Great Again.” He has an astonishing record of successes to run for re-election on. Still considering “Slow” Joe Biden? Check out the contrast between their respective positions on the issues:
U.S. Senator from Arizona – Sen. Martha McSally
U.S. Senator Martha McSally, sworn into the Senate in January 2019, proudly represents the people of Arizona in the United States Senate. She previously represented Arizona’s second congressional district for four years in the United States House of Representatives. Prior to serving in Congress, Senator McSally served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel. She is the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat and first to command a fighter squadron in combat in United States history.
She serves on the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, the Resources Committee, and the Armed Services Committee.
U.S. Representative, Congressional District 4 – Rep. Paul Gosar
Dr. Paul Gosar is a conservative Republican representing Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District and currently serving his fifth term. After 25 years as a dentist and watching Arizona middle-class families and small businesses struggle under Washington Democrats’ job-killing agenda, Dr. Gosar decided it was time to make a difference. In 2010 he ran for Congress against an incumbent Democrat, and won. Determined to stand up for Arizona families, Dr. Gosar has continued to challenge the status quo, offer common sense solutions, fight against liberals and special interests, and often stand up to his own party
As a member of Congress, he is focused on fighting for the interests of the people of Arizona. By repealing burdensome regulations and fostering an environment for economic growth, he’s working to create more jobs for our families. He’s working to keep our families safe by securing the border and ending the influx of illegal immigration. And he’s reforming government by cutting federal spending and forcing accountability. A devout family man, Gosar cherishes Arizona’s culture of family values. He and his wife, Maude, have been married for nearly 30 years and have three children.
Gosar has earned the recognition as one of the most conservative members of Congress based on his voting record fighting for a border wall and border security, fighting against amnesty for criminals, never raising taxes, applying the Constitution first, keeping his promises, and fighting for life and against the abortion industry.
In addition, Dr. Gosar has been rated as the most effective member of Congress because of his work getting bills, programs and amendments passed through Congress that directly help the people of Arizona. His efforts to reduce government waste and reduce spending have resulted in nationwide recognition. Conservatives love him and Liberals hate him for the same reason…He keeps his word.
The Corporation Commission (oversees utilities): (Vote for 3; the following are all Republicans)
Lea Marquez Peterson said, “As your Commissioner, I’ve fought for you. Since joining the Commission, my top priority has been keeping rates affordable while providing reliable utilities. I understand that families and small businesses are struggling during these uncertain times. That is why I championed over $40 million in refunds to customers and pushed for plan flexibility for Arizonans who are suffering financial hardships due to COVID-19.
“I also supported efforts to stop disconnecting customers during the hot summer months and the COVID-19 pandemic to protect seniors and our most vulnerable. I’ve fought to hold utilities accountable because I know they work for us and not the other way around. In addition, I supported the Commission’s Code of Ethics to ensure that all commissioners are working for the best interest of Arizonans and to eliminate corruption and influence from the utility industry.
“Lastly, I am the only candidate with a plan to support school improvements to state broadband technology. I am not a career politician. I’m a mother, small business owner and public servant fighting for affordable utility rates and economic prosperity. There could not be more at stake this election regarding your utility rates and the future of energy in Arizona. If we lose the Commission this November, our state will be at the mercy of far-left energy policies that will raise our utility costs during a time when families and small businesses are desperately trying to get back on their feet.”
Jim O’Connor received 45,544 write-in votes to elect him as one of the three Republican candidates qualified and funded by Clean Elections Commission for the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election ballot. This total is almost seven times the minimum number of write-in votes needed to qualify for funding and inclusion on the ballot.
“I am humbled at the record setting number of votes,” he said, “and awed at what Republican PC’s, Patriots and Republican Club members can do when they understand our mission, put aside differences, and buy into the tasks set before them.”
O’Connor pledged “to protect you from unfair utility rate increases, to listen to your concerns, fight for your best interests, and work tirelessly to save you money.”
Eric Sloan is a lifelong Republican and received the most votes in the Republican Primary for any statewide candidate in 2020. A champion of conservative causes, Sloan is currently leading the charge on lowering electric rates, eliminating peak rate charges, and guaranteeing consumer protections.
Sloan pledged to defend our families against the out of control utility companies who are asking for rate increases and get us all a fair deal.
Sloan and his wife, Alisa, consider Prescott their hometown. They have been married for 12 years and they are the proud parents of an amazing little girl. The couple own businesses in Prescott, Tempe and Scottsdale. He has a professional background in economic development and education public policy, and has worked on the largest commercial development projects in the history of Arizona. Sloan’s community service on veterans issues and work to make Arizona a primary training base for the F-35 led him to be the youngest Honorary Commander at Luke Air Force base. When asked why he volunteers so much, Eric said “I love Arizona. I want it to be the state my daughter raises her family, I work everyday to make it better for her.”
VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 208
Proposition 208 is the wrong plan at the wrong time. It will have far-reaching negative impacts on our economy and cause further damage to small businesses as they continue to battle back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Passing the largest tax increase in Arizona history at our most vulnerable time is the wrong strategy!
Worse, Proposition 208 is being bankrolled by out-of-state special interest groups that are attempting to raise our taxes to the TOP TEN HIGHEST in the country, while ignoring the devastating impacts that will have on our economy.
Some Key Facts About Prop. 208, “Invest in Education Act”
Proposition 208 increases the top individual state income tax rate from the current 4.5% to 8%, a 77.7% increase, vaulting Arizona into the top-10-highest income tax rates nationally. The tax increase dramatically undermines Arizona’s welcoming environment for small businesses, which pay their taxes on the individual portion of the tax code, not the corporate tax code. Fifty percent of taxpayers whose tax rates will be directly targeted are small business owners. (Source: Goldwater Institute.)
“If Proposition 208 passes, small businesses will pay a higher top tax rate than big business—even the Fortune 500—but you wouldn’t know that by watching the proponents’ ads,” No on Prop. 208 Chairman Jaime Molera said. “The proponents’ ads fail to disclose that Proposition 208 won’t do anything to enhance teachers’ base pay. That’s because the initiative relies on the most volatile slice of tax revenues. No school district would base its budgets and teacher contracts on such an unpredictable source.”
The proposition would funnel millions of dollars into the educational system — yes, system, not classrooms. Tax money collected via Prop. 208 “would be placed in the student support and safety fund, to be used first to pay the administrative costs of implementing, administering and enforcing the measure…”
Whatever is leftover then would be divided by formula via grants to school districts, charter schools, the state education system, etc. “The grant monies could be used for a variety of purposes,” so don’t be surprised if your tax money is used to fund a new curriculum in “Overcoming Institutional Racism and anti-LGBTQ Bias” or “Progressive Socialism vs. the Evils of Capitalism.”
VOTE “NO” on Proposition 208.
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