JD Hayworth West Valley & Tucson Town Halls

JD Hayworth for US Senate

Please join JD Hayworth on Monday, March 1st for a West Valley Town Hall Series and Tuesday, March 2nd for a Tucson Town Hall Series.

Everyone is encouraged to attend, speak and ask questions of JD Hayworth as he listens and discusses his campaign to restore a consistent conservative to the US Senate from Arizona. Here is the schedule:

Date: Monday March 1st
Time: 8:00 am – 10:30 am
Venue: Daisy Cafe
Address: 13321 W. Indian School Road, Litchfield Park, AZ
This is a no host breakfast beginning at 8 am with JD Hayworth speaking at 9:00 am.

Date: Monday, March 1st
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Venue: Marley’s Restaurant at The Vistas
Address:  18823 N. Country Club Parkway, Peoria, AZ
This is a no host late lunch.

Date: Tuesday, March 2nd
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Venue: La Paloma Urgent Care Facility
Address: 4001 E. Sunrise Road, Tucson, AZ

Date: Tuesday, March 2nd
Time: 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Venue: Miller-Golf Links Library
Address: 9640 E. Golf Links Road, Tucson, AZ

Date: Tuesday, March 2nd
Time: 6:15 pm – 6:55 pm
Venue: Precinct 388,  Voyager Resort Inn, Catalina Room
Address: 8701 S. Kolb Road, Tucson, AZ


  1. Are these a joke? It’s a Grand Canyon-size stretch to call these “town halls” — much more like a list of places that JD will drive around to and see if anyone will pay attention to him. Do the owners of these businesses know that he’s coming, I wonder? I would go and gawk, but I’m afraid that I’d be the only person in sight.

  2. McLame sure isn’t laughing! He knows he’s getting his butt kicked and does take this seriously even if his shill pretend not to. I went to the meeting Saturday and it was packed. I haven’t seen the voters this energised in over twenty years.

    Go JD!

  3. bye-bye mccain says

    I love the way the mccainiacs are trying desperately to pretend that jd is no threat. In reality? We’ve never seen them spend so much money on attack ads against an opponent, nor round up endorsements so frantically.

  4. 1000 Cuts says

    CUT #1: Miller’s rant against Hayworth means McCain is running scared, and he doesn’t want people to look at his record vs. Hayworth’s. It’s right out of the liberal playbook: smear your opponent so he’s on the defensive and can’t talk about issues.

  5. If Miller thinks that he can intimidate people into supporting McCain, he is mistaken. He tried to intimidate me at a Republican function, and it just makes me want to work harder for J.D. Keep it up Miller. You are making our job easier.

  6. Just an observation – I’ve never seen a campaign run wall-to-wall, carpet-bombing attack ads this early in the season (even before there was formally a candidate against which to run them.) And probably even more telling – McCain has now gone beyond just talk radio – he’s now in every stop set on both rock stations and both country stations in town. It couldn’t be any more obvious that McCain recognizes he’s in serious trouble.

  7. Annie Oliver says

    I have to agree with Reality. It’s just a look-at-me opportunity for JD. How much you wanna bet he skirts every single question because he doesn’t know anything…

  8. The endorsements come easily to McCain, JD is a tad bit nervous that he cannot find anyone of popular admiration to endorse him! I do enjoy JD’s media blitz attempts, when I watch the news shows at night, I am able to capture a glimpse of the very few in attendance.

  9. @Melissa – McCain has indeed successfully strong-armed quite a few endorsements. I’d like to see the McCain campaign publish the actual text of every one of these endorsements.

    What’s important here is that McCain has pulled all the stops at the beginning of the campaign – 6,354,927 endorsements, attack ad carpet bombing, and non-stop stumping in AZ (not to mention his uncharacteristically strong conservative stances in recent months.) He’s hammering awfully hard for a candidate who is confident that Hayworth is just a pesky mosquito. Watch the polling over the upcoming months . . .

  10. I know for a fact that he was calling up leaders in the party and thanking them for their endorsement when they hadn’t endorsed him. Then the person had to be put in an embarrassing situation of telling your senator you didn’t want to endorse them. I’m sure some just went ahead and endorsed him. Low class.

  11. @DeAnn – I hadn’t considered that kind of strong-arming, but that would be a pretty clever way to pull it off – disgusting.

  12. Low Class…is YOU DeAnn! There is nothing Low Class about McCain! How bout give me some substantial proof that JD is worth of a second chance??? The problem is, there are way too many ‘issues’ in JD’s past- What is left to talk about, nothing more then cheap jabs at McCain

  13. Sonoran Alliance paid for by JD Hayworth 2010….

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