Skip to comments.Mayor and Council Election Phoenix Az
Posted on 08/11/2011 9:50:14 AM PDT by Beowulf9
Greg Stanton Opposes SB1070 Endorsed by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union who helped lead the Arizona boycott Endorsed by Maricopa Area Labor Federation Affiliated with AFL-CIO which condemned SB1070 Would have voted for pay increases
Claude Mattox Supported by the largest public employee union in the City of Phoenix Voted for the food tax increase Supported this years budget and pay increases (Arizona Republic, June 8, 2011)
Lobbyist Wes Gullett Worked for Service Employees International Union (SEIU) to organize medical workers to unionize at Maricopa County Hospital SEIU helped lead the Arizona Boycott SEIU lead the effort to move Major League Baseball All-Star Game In the race for city council, Republican In Name Only Brenda Sperduti is running in District 5. She is a past contributor to the pro-abortion WISH (Women In Senate and House) List.
Jennifer Wright, 36, is endorsed by the Tea Party in the mayors election. She is focusing on jobs and opportunity, safety and security, and fiscal responsibility.
The election closes August 30.
(Excerpt) Read more at azconservative.org ...
I've not picked a candidate to vote for yet and am wanting to see if anyone has any other information.
“Arizona’s most radical homosexual pressure group has its man. Equality Arizona is endorsing Greg Stanton for mayor of Phoenix. The election is August 30.
An Equality Arizona email announcement said Stanton “is a strong advocate” for their demands.
What are their demands? Secial rights for homosexuals. Apparently Stanton supported the organization 1n10 — a group based on the lie that 10 percent of Americans are homosexual. That statistic came from the academically dishonest assertion of Alfred Kinsey in the 1940s. Kinsey’s “study” was limited to male prison populations.
A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that only 1.4 percent of the population might be considered homosexual. But even that figure is not set; it’s fluid. A high majority of those people have had sex with people of the opposite gender.
Stanton is advocating for a domestic partner registry in Phoenix, though there is not a single good reason for establishing such a thing. First, these registries needlessly drag the public and taxpayer dollars into people’s private lives. And more importantly it puts a city in the position of endorsing cohabitation. Cohabitation is fraught with murder, domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and it has resulted in death and injury to countless children.”
Well, I voted for the Tea party candidate, Jennifer Wright. Prob won’t get elected, but I couldn’t bring myself to vote for anyone else, after reading that stuff.
I do wish America would turn around.
Runoff election between Stanton and Gullett.
Anybody have any input on these two besides what I found?
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