GOP Corp Commission Candidates to Address NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition

The three declared Republican candidates for Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) will talk to the NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition about their plans as Corporation Commissioners.

The candidates are Bob Stump (incumbent), Bob Burns (former State Senate President), and Susan Bitter-Smith.

The ACC is one of the lowest profile government organizations that has a huge impact on the lives and financial well being of Arizonans. It regulates utility rates and service levels for privately owned utilities. This impacts the quality and price of our electric, natural gas, telecommunications, and water services.

There will be plenty of time for questions and answers, so this is your chance to really find out where these candidates stand on economic regulation issues that will have a direct impact on you and your familiy.

Location: Appaloosa Public Library
7377 E. Silverstone Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
(Near intersection of N Scottsdale and E Pinnacle Peak)

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011. (2nd Wed of Month)
Time: 6:45-7:00 pm meet & greet. Meeting from 7-8:15pm

Contact Information:
Howard Levine,
NE Valley Chapter Chairman
Howard_Levine@rocketmail.com , http://www.pachydermcoalition.com/
480-577-4168


Comments

  1. Phillip the Great says:

    With a pitch like that there will be no more than four people at this meeting. Howard, and the three candidates.

  2. Phillip, if our electric bills double in the next few years, people like you will be complaining and wondering how it ever happened. I’m surprised you’re even motivated enough to make snarky comments on a blog.

  3. Phillip the Great says:

    We already know how it will happen. They will double soon enough because the old ACC, the current ACC, and all these candidates are more interested in subsidizing alt energy than actually keeping rates low. So, yeah, it’s a done deal. All we have left is the ability to make snarky comments.

  4. Susan, STOP running for office. No one likes you, or your campaign signs with 15 year old pictures of you.

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