Dueling endorsements

CD 1 candidate Dr. Sandra Livingstone sent out a press release announcing an endorsement from former State Representative Debra Brimhall. Livingstone has a short summery of Brimhall in the first paragraph of the press release.

Representative Brimhall was born and raised in Prescott, went to High School in Snowflake, and built her home in Pinedale, the home town of her great-great Grandfather, State Representative James Petersen.  That home burned in the Rodeo/Chedeski fire in 2002.  Debra’s father was born in Sedona and raised there as well as the Daisy cinder pit of Flagstaff. He married Miss Yavapai County Donna Petersen of the Petersen Sawmill family. They had the Baker Ranch at Roper Lake outside of Safford.

What brand of cat litter does she prefer?

 

Front runner Sydney Hay has been endorsed by Marc Spitzer. Here is what Marc had to say about Sydney.

I have known Sydney Hay since 1988, and I consider her a friend. Sydney understands America’s need to expand the production of energy supply for our homes and businesses. She understands the price of doing nothing is severe to consumers and to our national security

I am a Yavapai County Republican voter, and I will be voting for Sydney Hay in the Republican primary

Spitzer currently serves on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He has also served as Majority leader of the Arizona State Senate and as Chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission.


Comments

  1. Look out Cronkite, somebody’s bucking for a Pulitzer. Please keep us updated on this exciting story as it develops. Oops, you misspelled summary. SA meet spell check. (SA disappears down the hall because it mistakenly thought I said “fact check.”)

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