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Kevin Taylor files Nominating Petitions for Pinal County Sheriff

On Wednesday, May 30, 2012, Pinal County Sheriff candidate Kevin Taylor submitted his nominating petitions to the Pinal County Elections office.  Taylor, a Democrat, submitted more than 700 signatures that he collected across Pinal County. “I found it important to collect mos

Join the discussion and help map Arizona’s future on Thursday, Sept. 27, 6-9 p.m. at one of three Central Arizona College locations in Pinal County. CAC and the Arizona Humanities Council invite the community to be part of a state-wide civil discourse on the upcoming Arizona ballot initiatives.

Write-In Candidacy for August Primary, November General Election Jack McClaren, Constable for Justice of the Peace District 7 (Apache Junction) resigned in May because he announced plans to seek other elected office.  The Pinal County Board of Supervisors accepted his resignation at its June 6 public meeting.

On Thursday the House of Representatives passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013, which would increase spending and federal taxes. I voted against the bill. 

At $147,000 each, sheriff spends over $50,000 (54%) more per deputy than Arizona average For fiscal year 2010-2011, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu spent 54 percent more than the state average on individual officers in his department, according to a report obtained by the McClaren for Sheriff Committee.

Sen. John McCain said that "I have not seen" anything like the gridlock that now has left the country facing a federal shutdown by Tuesday. (Source: CBS) Staring at the specter of a partial government shutdown, Sen. John McCain says he's never seen anything like the harsh partisanship pervading much of Washington politics. The Arizona Republican,...

On Thursday, May 24th, Maxine Brown, Pinal County candidate for Supervisor, District 5 submitted her nominating petitions to the Pinal County Elections Office. Maxine, a Democrat, submitted 195 signatures that she collected in a the areas of Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Queen Valley and the northern part of San Tan Valley which comprises District 5 of Pinal County.

  Maxine Brown, Pinal County candidate for Supervisor, District 5 submitted her nominating petitions to the Pinal County Elections Office last week. Maxine, a Democrat, submitted 195 signatures that she collected in a the areas of Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Queen Valley and the northern part of San Tan Valley which comprises District 5 of Pinal County.

Bryan Martyn, former Pinal County Supervisor in District 2 and an ally of Governor Jan Brewer in the battle for a proposed Florence copper mine, was named state parks director last month despite being one of the least qualified candidates for the job, according to records citied by The Arizona Republic last week.

In a shocking turn of events worthy of a political novel, newcomer to the political scene in Pinal County, Amanda Stanford challenges Republican incumbent in announcing her candidacy for the position of Clerk of the Superior Court.

The Pinal County Deputies Association was formed to assemble a coalition of Pinal County Sheriff's Office employees to promote the belief that Pinal County Sheriff’s Office employees have the same Constitutional rights as other citizens of the United States and residents of the State of Arizona; and that the Association will constantly protect these rights. They promote a positive image of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office employees and will provide a powerful and respected voice for its members and educate the public about improved public safety and crime reduction.

WILL RESTORE DIGNITY & FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY TO LAW ENFORCEMENT Pinal County Constable Jack McClaren officially filed his candidacy for Pinal County Sheriff, filing more than three times the required candidate nomination signatures needed to be on the August 28th Republican primary ballot. In keeping with Arizona’s resign to run law, McClaren also filed his resignation as County Constable today.

Law Enforcement Veteran Wary of Their Decisions Pinal County Sheriff Candidate and law enforcement veteran, Glenn Millsaps, articulates his view on tactics by the staff of Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, PCSO, regarding an incident at Country Thunder last year.  It resulted in a PCSO Detective, Andrew Good, along with Hugh Grant, a Department of Public Safety Officer, suing Sheriff Paul Babeu, his staff, Pinal County Attorney’s Office, and Country Thunder concert promoters for defamation, racketeering, and violation of their victim rights, among other things.  Unfortunately, Goode is partially disabled and Grant was investigated by DPS because of the incident.

The Patriots of SaddleBrooke is hosting a “Super Meet Greet” candidates at the federal, state and county levels.  Bruce Ash has agreed to MC the event on August 7, 2012, at the Mountain View Country Club from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

The San Tan Republican Club announces that national author and comedian Eric Golub will be the guest speaker at their Thursday October 18, 2012 meeting. Eric Golub is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Judaism, and his MBA from USC.

With the help of many great people on 5-29-12 at approx 1500hrs we turned 190 pages totaling 2,792 registered voters signatures to the Pinal County Elections Dept.

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