Most of the public has had enough of all the lawsuits filed involving Maricopa County government. That’s why it’s so hard to believe that one person at the heart of the expensive, lawsuit free-for-all is actually asking the taxpayers she previously targeted in a lawsuit to put her into office.
Lilia Alvarez is running for Maricopa County Supervisor in a Republican-leaning district despite her litigious history against the taxpayers of Maricopa County. Alvarez is the wife of Randy Parraz, the radical, left-wing, rabble rousing, Arpaio-hating failed political hopeful. Despite the fact that Parraz was even rejected by the Democratic party for being too extreme (Parraz got a woeful 15% of the vote in the Democrat U.S. Senate primary and finished a humiliating fourth place in a four candidate race), his anti-Arpaio shenanigans ensure that he remains a media darling.
All this may explain why we have heard so little in the media about supervisorial candidate Lilia Alvarez’s connection to the county fueding that was so costly for taxpayers. What’s worse is that Alvarez touts herself as a “fiscal conservative” and is actually trashing her opponent Andy Kunasek for all the taxpayer money that was wasted on lawsuits. That’s like torching your own house and then criticizing the fire department for showing up and putting out the fire!
No doubt Alvarez already has her union lawyer hubby ginning up another lawsuit against the voters for when she loses. If she were honest she wouldn’t tout herself as a fiscal conservative, instead her campaign slogan would be: “Vote for me or I’ll sue your pants off!”