Recently Gilbert Town staff proposed a utility rate hike for 2023. Information from the Town claims that you will only pay another $2.15/month for environmental compliance and $8.02/month for wastewater (sewer). For the average Gilbert household, this equates to $122.04Read more
Recently members of the Town Council and Gilbert staff have been complaining about Mr. Jim Torgesen’s ethic’s complaints on Mayor Brigette Peterson. In their whining, they claim that Mr. Torgesen has wasted many hours of staff time and tens ofRead more
In the face of runaway inflation, Gilbert Town staff has recommended the 8th consecutive property tax increase. The case for these tax hikes is usually a sorry story about how little money the Town Council has to pay it’s massiveRead more
By a slim margin of only 164 votes, the proposed $515 million bond passed in Gilbert in November 2021. This sets the stage for even higher taxes and more wasteful spending in Gilbert. Gilbert taxpayers are already spending more onRead more
Why are the politicians in Gilbert asking for so much money? $515 million is a mountain of money! Why is this bond so expensive? If it truly was just about roads and infrastructure or safety and congestion, the Town wouldRead more
In a few short weeks, Gilbert voters will be asked to approve authorization to add upwards of $500 million in debt to the books. With little specific information, future tax increases, and a track record of wasteful spending, Gilbert votersRead more
By Cory Carpenter, Editor | Town of Gilbert Council Meeting May 5, 2020 | Councilmember Yung Koprowski took her oath of office to support the Constitution of the United, the State Constitution, and the ordinances of the Town of Gilbert.Read more
You’ve heard that Arizona ranks 49 in per pupil K-12 spending. On its face, it sounds disgraceful. But that doesn’t mean it’s causal to education outcomes. It also doesn’t mean that Arizona is stingy. There is much more to the story. The Arizona Tax Research Association (ATRA) has put together a 9-page document titled Arizona K-12 School Finance Statistics: Providing Context to a Complex Measurement, that provides factual information relating to the reasons and fallacies surrounding the commonly argued narrative that Arizona doesn’t fund K-12 education adequately.
You’ve heard the mantra, especially from newspaper editorials around Arizona, accusing the Legislature of "disgraceful, seemingly willful abandonment of our public schools." (See Payson Schools facing Tough Competition.) Arizona’s news editors don’t want you to know the "rest of the story," if it doesn’t fit their Leftist world view. What are the facts?
The Arizona Tax Research Association (ATRA) has put together an 8-page document titled Arizona K-12 School Finance Statistics: Providing Context to a Complex Measurement, that provides factual information relating to the reasons and fallacies surrounding the commonly argued narrative that Arizona doesn’t fund K-12 education adequately.
Do you recall the Medicaid Expansion vote, and how so-called Arizona Republican senators and representatives joined Democrats to pass this law in the legislature? Remember Bob Worsley LD25, who voted for the Medicaid expansion, and how he ran as a conservative, even Pro Life? Voters in LD25 were outraged by Mr. Worsley’s "Big Government" votes. His Legislative District leadership even voted to censure him over his actions.
"In just ONE legislative session, Mr. Worsley, raised taxes, voted for Obama-care (the Medicaid expansion) violated Prop 108 (the Taxpayer Protection act), voted against Pro-Life Amendments, voted for taxpayer funded scholarships for illegals (which is also a violation of the law), and he scored the worst of any Republican Senator from Americans for Prosperity–earning the Hero of Big Government award."
Go to www.GilbertWatch.com, enter Worsley in the Search box, and you will see why it’s no surprise that Bob Worsley behaved exactly the way we predicted he would.
Dr. Ralph Heap to run against Bob Worsley in LD25.
An excellent conservative candidate has emerged to run against Bob Worsley in 2014: Dr. Ralph Heap.
“I think Mr. Worsley campaigned as a conservative, and I just don’t feel like he’s responded that way in his time in the Senate,” stated Dr. Heap. “I’m an orthopedic surgeon. I’m particularly disturbed by the Medicaid expansion and the facilitating of Obamacare in Arizona.”
Dr. Heap received his M.D. from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in 1978, and has been practicing for 30 years.
Please come to tonight’s meeting of the Arizona Red Mountain Patriots and meet Dr. Ralph Heap! Tonight’s event is essentially his campaign kickoff, so he’ll have petitions there, campaign literature, etc. Also, the Heap Family Blue Grass Band will be entertaining the audience as well.
Arizona Red Mountain Tea Party Patriots: Monday, November 4th at 7:00pm (meeting start), doors open at 6:00pm East Valley School, 7420 E. Main St., Mesa 85207.Read more