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Dems Work on LD6 Campaign
Eighteen White Mountain Democrats met in the Pinetop office to produce 2,000 pieces of mail to voters in Legislative District 6, which includes Holbrook, Snowflake, Taylor and Heber-Overgaard, as well as Flagstaff, Payson and Sedona.
Democrats in the district are urged to "single-shot" for Lanny Morrison. Though the ballot allows individuals to cast votes for two candidates, selecting only Lanny improves his chances.
Navajo County Democrats Busy from Black River to Monument Valley
The station manager of KNNB gives a live remote broadcast as Democrats serve foot to Apaches who have voted at an early polling place in Whiteriver.
Keith Leads One of Most Successful Dem Offices in AZ
Keith Brekhus, our field organizer for Navajo and Apache counties, runs one of the most successful campaign offices in Arizona, organizing the work to make it easy, comfortable and fun for the volunteers.
We are on track to produce our "win number" of votes needed by the congressional and statewide campaigns. But we could use more volunteers in the final weeks to run up the score in case other areas fall short.
Contract Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans Leader Endorses DuVal, Unhappy with Ducey Lip Service
A leader among Arizona veterans endorses Fred DuVal for governor, and praises his plan for improving support for veterans in Arizona. He was unhappy with Ducey's refusal to talk to meet with veterans.
Source: East Vally Tribune
Tobin Disrespects Native Americans, Again
Andy Tobin, a legend is his own polls, has again declared himself the leader of the race for the 1st Congressional District by assuming that Native Americans will not vote.
GOP Nuts Slander AZ's Most Distinguished Family
In a GOP world where lies are more important than facts, Republicans got badly burned by telling an outrageous whopper about a member of Arizona's Udall family.
Source: Talking Points Memo
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