Why are Republican legislators Adam Driggs*** and Rich Crandall holding a fundraiser with known liberal Republicans Wes and Deb Gullett to benefit RINOs and Democrat legislative candidates running against conservative Republican candidates? They’re trying to turn the legislature more moderate and oust conservative candidates. The list of candidates consists of legislators who didn’t like supporting SB1070, and now they’re trying to fool people into thinking they were strong supporters.
Deb Gullet is a former Chief of Staff for liberal John McCain and Phoenix’s Sanctuary City Democrat Mayor Phil Gordon. She is pro-abortion, pro-gay rights, pro-big spending and probably the most liberal Republican to have ever served in the State Legislature from District 11.
At least now we know for sure who the RINO candidates are.
From: Deb Gullett <email@example.com>
Sent: Tue, June 1, 2010 7:01:20 AM
Subject: 12 in 10, An Unprecedented Event
This invitation is for an unprecedented event, designed to give business and community leaders an opportunity to have a significant impact on the composition of our next Arizona State Legislature. Experts have selected a dozen candidates in races whose outcomes could make or break the business environment next year. Collectively, these candidates cross the political spectrum but are united by their support for job creation, education, and in opposition to taxpayer funded elections. Their reputations for thoughtful leadership are unparalleled.
We’ve tried to make this easy for you – they’ll all be at the Biltmore Hotel June 15th from 5-7 pm. Minimum contribution is $2500.00, divided among the candidates as you see fit. Please join us on June 15th to help make an impact on the future of our state.
No Host Fundraiser for Twelve in ’10 Arizona Biltmore Hotel, 2400 E Missouri
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Deb Gullett at 602-315-0706 for more information
If you are unable to attend the event but would like to contribute to the candidates participating in the event please make your checks out to the candidates committee and send them attention:
Twelve In ’10
140 E. Lamar Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Please include your business card or a note that lists your address, occupation and employer. This information is for reporting purposes. Thank you for considering this very important fundraising opportunity. Working together we can make Arizona a better place to live and conduct business.
Bill Konopnicki, R, Senate District 5 | Konopnicki 2010
Karen Fann, R, House District 1 | Comm. to Elect Karen Fann, LD 1
Michele Reagan, R, Senate District 8 | Vote Reagan 2010
Amanda Reeve, R, House District 6 | Amanda Reeve 2010
Justin Johnson, D, Senate District 10 | Friends of Justin Johnson
Eric Ulis, R, House District 8 | Eric Ulis for State Representative
Adam Driggs, R, Senate District 11 | Driggs 2010
Kate Brophy McGee, R, House District 11 | Kate McGee 2010
John Nelson, R, Senate District 12 | Friends of John Nelson
Eric Meyer, D, House District 11 | Elect Eric Meyer
Rich Crandall, R, Senate District 19 | Elect Rich Crandall
Doug Sposito, R, House District 30 | Sposito 2010
This event is paid for by the candidate committees listed above; make checks payable to individual candidate committees – minimum event contribution total $2500.00. Please take care to abide by annual state and local contribution limits as well as individual candidate limits, noted here: Maximum contribution for a two year election cycle $410/$820, per person/married couple. Maximum annual calendar year contribution limit for state and local candidates is $5,850/$11,700, per person/married couple. Contributions are not tax deductible.
***Our apologies to Speaker Kirk Adams for erroneously mentioning him earlier. Our very reputable source mistakenly put “Adams” instead of “Adam” in their information.