Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
You should watch this video from the Clean Elections debate between ACC candidates. It's an eye opener. It's no accident that Tom Forese was absent from the debate. We saw Eric Sloan a bit differently. Justin Olson seemed to stand out from the crowd but Sloan did a credible job. What became clear is that Rodney Glassman lied his way through the debate and kudos to both Jim O'Connor and Eric Sloan for pointing that out by using facts that belied Glassman's comments.
Even if you are sure who you will vote for in this important race, watch the video. You might have a change of heart!
Special | 28m
Hear from Republicans running for the Arizona Corporation Commission, the body that regulates utility rates and has many other vital functions. Attorney Rodney Glassman, former state lawmaker Justin Olson, Jim O’Connor, who worked in the securities industry, and small business owner Eric Sloan will debate the issues.
I fear Yee as she is from California and was part of Derweinershcnitzel's administration. Lots of RINO's there. He was as wishey washey as could be. He started out to help get rid of the illegal aliens and solving the problem and was soon switched to the kinder gentler Bush way of dealing with them which meant don't ask don't tell public support, job centers for day labor, no push back against sanctuary cities, look the other way if any of the children had birth certificate the entire family could collect public benefits and often the birth certificate was for some one not even related just presented as belonging to the child which leads to massive fraud people collecting on more than one address and multiple names.
Your fear is well placed.
After viewing the debate, thank you for posting, I really enjoyed hearing Sloan and the older gent, Jim O'Conner. The others have been marked off my list unless someone convinces me that Sloan is not a good consideration.
There are some advantage to a single-shot of a candidate. If I end up doing that it would be a single-shot for Jim O'Connor.