Meet The Candidates! Andy Biggs, Warren Petersen, Eddie Farnsworth, Travis Grantham, Jake Hoffman

Please attend a Meet the Candidates event on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.  Hosted by Rick & Jacque Gurney and Frank & Tricia Groe.  To request the address, please RSVP tlgroe@me.com.

Senator Andy Biggs is running for Congressional District 5 U.S. House of Representatives.

Rep. Warren Petersen is running for the Arizona Senate in Legislative District 12.

Rep. Eddie Farnsworth is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative 12.

Travis Grantham is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 12.

Jake Hoffman is running for Queen Creek Town Council

See below for a few articles and endorsements relating to these great conservative candidates. 

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100 for 1000 Petition Rally and Call to Action

Five Constitutional Conservatives are lining up to run in the fall elections and they need your help collecting signatures.  The candidates are as follows:

Andy Biggs – AZ State Senate
Eddie Farnsworth – AZ State House of Representatives
Warren Petersen – AZ State House of Representatives
Jared Taylor – Gilbert Town Council
Jenn Daniels – Gilbert Town Council

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Jared Taylor for Gilbert Town Council

Gilbert Watch supports Jared Taylor for Town Council for many reasons.

Jared is one of Gilbert’s most talented and capable citizens. He is a Constitutional scholar, educator, and businessman. Jared spent 6 years with Motorola and 4 with Honeywell in human resources and global staffing operations capacities. Trained in Six Sigma and LEAN methodologies, he used these tools to improve quality and saved millions of dollars at these firms. His organizational efficiency techniques will be critical to Gilbert’s long term strategic goals.
 

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No Permanent Tax Increase Needed for Gilbert

The three at-large members of the Citizens Budget Committee unanimously oppose the Town of Gilbert’s proposed permanent sales tax increase (Proposition 406).

As citizens of the town, we were selected and chartered by the Town Council, to help resolve the town’s budget issues. In this voluntary capacity, we directly supported the Town Council. For 3 months we poured over the budgets and worked with the other citizen sub-committees and Town staff in reviewing hundreds of ideas.

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