Reception honoring Mark Brnovich

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You are invited to a Happy Hour Reception honoring

Mark Brnovich

Republican Candidate for Attorney General

 

Hosted By

Nancy & Malcolm Barrett

Susan & Malcolm Barrett, Jr

Susan Cohen

Michelle & Brad Fain

Mike Fann

Shary & Bill Feldmeier

Pam Jones & David Hess

Nettie & John Lamerson

Andie & Greg Lazzell

Lucy & Rex Mason

Joan & Tommy Meredith

Myra & Stephen Nathenson

Billie & Bob Orr

Darlene & Don Packard

Phyllis & Jerry Robinson

Sue & Steve Rutherford

Christa & Rowle Simmons

Jette & John Stevens

June & Tom Thurman

 

Thursday, May 8, 2014

5:00 – 7:00 PM

 

Jersey Lilly Saloon

116 S Montezuma Street

Prescott, AZ

Suggested Contribution $50 per person

Please RSVP to Jenna Brouk at jenna@engagingco.com or 480-226-7596

http://www.mark4az.com/

Prescott Valley Mayor Skoog and Vice-Mayor Lasker Endorse Congressman Paul Gosar in CD-4

Prescott Valley Mayor Skoog and Vice-Mayor Lasker Endorse Congressman Paul Gosar for Re-Election in AZ-4

Prescott Valley, Arizona–Today, Mayor Harvey Skoog and Vice-Mayor Patty Lasker, Town of Prescott Valley, announced their joint endorsement of Congressman Paul Gosar’s re-election to the newly created Fourth Congressional District. The Town of Prescott Valley is located in Arizona’s First District which Congressman Gosar currently represents but after redistricting will be in the new Fourth District.

Mayor Skoog and Vice Mayor Lasker said, “We are proud to jointly give our endorsement to Paul Gosar, for his re-election in the newly created Congressional District Four. He is a proven leader in Washington and has always been available to address the concerns of the citizens. We look forward to his continued service.”

In response to the joint endorsement, Dr. Gosar stated, “I appreciate Mayor Skoog and Vice Mayor Lasker’s support of my re-election efforts. The commitment that Mayor Skoog and Vice Mayor Lasker have given to serving the residents of Prescott Valley with diligence and dedication is commendable. I have enjoyed working with both of them throughout my first term in congress and look forward to the opportunity to continue to do so.”

Mayor Skoog was first elected as Mayor of Prescott Valley in 1993 and served through 1998. Harvey later ran again and won the mayoral seat in November 2004 and has since won re-election twice. In July 2010 Mayor Skoog was appointed by Governor Jan Brewer to the Homeland Security Senior Advisory Committee for the State of Arizona. He also has serves on the Arizona League of Cities & Towns Executive Board and as the Chairman of the Greater Arizona Mayor’s Association.

Vice-Mayor Patty Lasker was sworn in as a Prescott Valley Town Council member in June 2009. Prior to her election Lasker was a nurse, small business owner and investment advisor. She retired to Prescott Valley in 2005. She graduated from the Citizen’s Academy and is one of the founders of the Prescott Valley Old Town Board.

Congressman Paul Gosar D.D.S. was elected in 2010 to serve Rural Arizona. Paul and his wife, Maude, have been small business owners for over 25 years and are the proud parents of three children. Gosar has focused his first term on bringing jobs back to the district, reforming health care, including the repeal of ObamaCare and reining in government spending. For more information, visit his website at www.gosar4congress.com

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AZVoterGuide.com Now Includes City Election Update

Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) released the first edition of the 2011 City Elections Voter Guide on azvoterguide.com today. This non-partisan, free resource provides you with straightforward answers from the candidates about where they stand on critical issues for the August 30 election.

CAP surveyed every mayoral and city council candidate in Phoenix, Tucson, and Prescott to find out their positions on issues that they are likely to address if elected. The answers have been compiled in one place to make it simple for you to be an informed voter this year. Candidates also were able to include comments on their surveys, which can be downloaded at azvoterguide.com.

For thirteen years, CAP has surveyed individuals running for office in Arizona to provide you, the voter, with the information you need for upcoming elections. During the 2010 election season, CAP reached more than 500,000 people with this important resource.

Candidates who have not yet submitted their survey answers still have the opportunity to respond and have their answers included in the next edition. The contact information for those candidates is currently included in the Voter Guide. If you would like to know where those candidates stand, please contact them and ask them to respond to CAP’s Voter Guide survey. You can access the survey here.

City elections can have a significant impact on all Arizonans. It’s imperative for all Arizonans to register to vote, discover where the candidates stand, and then vote their values on August 30.

For more information, visit http://www.azvoterguide.com.