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Former Queen Creek Mayor Endorses Arnson for Sheriff

 

Today, former Queen Creek Mayor Art Sanders endorsed Derek Arnson for Pinal County Sheriff.  Sanders was elected mayor in June 2006, and served until June of 2010.  As mayor, Sanders served on the Regional Council of Maricopa Association of Governments, and was chairman of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Board of Directors.

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Former Graham County Sheriff Endorses Arnson for Sheriff

Today, former Graham County Sheriff Richard Mack endorsed Republican candidate Derek Arnson for Pinal County Sheriff. Mack served as Graham County sheriff until 1997. Mack was named Elected Official of the Year by the Arizona-New Mexico Coalition of Counties in 1994, and received the NRA Law Officer of the Year.

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Former Attorney General supports Walsh

Bud Heiss’ artwork will be on display at the arboretum.

Any county attorney worth his or her salt seldom, if ever, goes to court. There is just no time. The huge time commitment of a criminal trial requires a prosecutor to drop everything and concentrate on the best possible case for the people. If the county attorney did that, he would be turning his back on running an effective office. The key is getting the best people to do the very skilled and technical job of courtroom advocacy.  

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I Support Glenn Millsaps for Pinal County Sheriff

My name is Mary Elizabeth Bullock, I am a retired federal civil rights judge.

I have known Glenn Millsaps for more than five years. Mr. Millsaps and I have fought the good fight for equal employment for all irregardless of race,color, national origin, religion, disabilities or age.

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I lend my recommendation and support of Tisha Castillo

I am not a resident of the San Tan Valley area, but as many know, I have been active in this area for many years as a consultant, developer and father of local resident. I have known and worked with Tisha for several years and during this time have noted that she been very involved with events, activities, and various situations that may significantly impact residents, economy and quality of life in the San Tan Valley area. 

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I Endorse Tisha Castillo for Supervisor Completely and Without Reservation

Ms. Castillo has been involved with this County for many years, volunteering and serving on various boards and committees for the betterment of the communities in Pinal County. While serving, she has always brought a broad scope of experience and knowledge, which has led to better decisions from the groups with which she is involved.

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I Endorse Tisha Castillo for Supervisor

I am pleased to write a letter of endorsement for Tisha Castillo for the position of Pinal County Supervisor. I am a resident of San Tan Valley since January, 2003 and have known Ms. Castillo for over 4 years. Her contributions, focused on the betterment of our community, and those who live here, are unparalleled.

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I encourage you to vote for Tisha Castillo for Supervisor of District 2

There are specific qualities we as citizens expect from our elected/appointed supervisors. A few of those qualities are; strong leadership, sound fiscal management, community commitment, and integrity.

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I ask you to vote for Kevin Taylor

My name is Willie Payne and I was a law enforcement officer in the state of Arizona for 35 years, and 20 of those years were spent with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.  

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I am voting for - Ty Morgan - the real cop still in the race

Since the primary election I have been asked numerous times who I’m going to vote for in the Sheriff’s race.

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Hypocrites and political chameleons shouldn't get a pass.

There's a list of accomplishments "out there" achieved by Sheriff Paul Babeu. Kudos. Those accomplishment are to be admired. However, his character is as much a factor in serving as our sheriff as are his other duties. When a public servant decides to avoid detection of his true character or of questionable incidents resulting from that character's actions, he is committing fraud.  

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Honest citizens still exist

Yesterday, my 81 year old mother was shopping at the Fry’s grocery store in Gilbert, Arizona. During her shopping, she noticed that she had lost her $50K wedding ring. Needless to say, she panicked and rushed over to the customer service counter to speak with a manager. Unfortunately, her ring had not been found, or turned in. My mom was extremely upset. She drove straight home to our house in Queen Creek, and essentially broke down crying. My wife rushed outside of our house to tell me that my mom had lost her wedding ring, and was crying in the garage.

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Help inspire the next generation of manufacturers

Who amongst us has not wondered in awe at the explosive power of Menthos and Coke, or for the more aged challenged amongst us, that old standby of baking soda and vinegar? I grew up with a house full of brothers and a neighborhood full of kids and am blessed to have three children of my own, so I have personally witnessed or taken part in any number of explosive cre­ations or mangled engineering marvels. I am reasonably certain that should the zom­bie apocalypse my teenage boys warn me about actually come to bear, I could retire to my workshop and summon forth from my youth a stout zombie defense with some salt, brake fluid and one or two other pur­posely unmentioned ingredients.

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Is this how our veterans and their families are supposed to be treated?

Is this how our veterans and their families are supposed to be treated??? Please ask yourself....... My husband and I are very active in Pinal County standing up for our Veterans, both current and past. We have been contacted about a World War II Navy Veteran that passed away on July 31st of this year. He was 88 years old and served our great Country honorably. He passed away at the Veteran Hospital in Tucson.

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Is Golf Failing Us in San Tan Valley

Living in the Valley of the Sun, we enjoy year round beautiful weather, (ok, I know, the summers are a little on the warm side), and we love our outdoor events. Many of us especially enjoy the days in the winter outside on our back patios, grilling, entertaining, and breathing in the amazing weather compared to family and friends in other parts of this land.

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In response to Paul Messinger, President of the San Tan Republican Party.

 John Gaw, 43 / Deanna Gaw, 40

In 1976 I voted for Jimmy Carter. In 1980, I became a Republican in response to Jimmy Carter being the worst President until Barrack Obama.  Jimmy the smile spent money like a drunken sailor and took a downturn and made the worst economy since the great depression.

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If Johnson Utilities Sells, Who Really Wins?

For many years now, most, if not all San Tan Valley residents have been impacted negatively by their local water provider Johnson Utilities. Just a simple Google search will reveal complaints about billing issues, poor customer service, the E-Coli scare in August of 2012, high nitrates in December of 2012, low water pressure last summer in some areas of Johnson Ranch, the San Tan Heights ponds fiasco, sewer spills, leaks, broken pipes, etc. For years the talk has been to be done with what has been perceived as one of the worst utility experiences many have had to endure.

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I'll be voting for Lando Voyles

With Pinal County elections quickly approaching, I wanted to offer my inputs regarding the race for the office of County Attorney.  

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I will never go to Dennys on Hunt Highway ever again!

My opinion ...your never going to believe this but it happened to me on 9/28/2013....

I am a small business owner who works very hard for her money and I will never go to Dennys on Hunt Highway ever again.

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I was the third person approached by this man at Ross

I would like to stay anonymous but I would like to inform people in the area of something that happened to me last week, Sept 20th.

I went to shop at the Ross located at Ellsworth Loop & Rittenhouse. After shopping I walked next door to the dollar store and shopped there as well. When I was done shopping I had to walk thru the parking lot and back towards my space in front of the Ross store. When I started to put my bags in the car a 4 door silver older model vehicle pulled up really close to back of my car. I was alarmed just because the car pulled up pretty close to me where I was packing in my items.

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