2010 General Election for Arizona (and Chandler)

I am going to make a little mini-guide for anyone that would like to see the Conservative candidates. These are not nessisarily my exact votes. Most information pulled off other sites.

US Senator: Anyone but John McCain (One of the best “politicians” out there. One day he says this and then the next that.)
US Representative (D6): Anyone but Jeff Flake (Yes, “Conservative.” Although, I have dealth with him personally and he is simply not interested in listening to his constituents. He and his office actually completely ignore me now.)

Governor: Jan Brewer (Agree or disagree with SB1070, she is trying to protect us. That is more than the Federal Government is doing and she has balls to stand up and point that out.)
Central AZ Water Conservation: Mark Lewis, Cynthia Moulton, John Rosado, TC Bundy, Raymond Johnson (link)
Arizona Proposition 106: Yes. (This will amend the Arizona Constitution to block mandatory Federal Health Care coverage. This will protect your individual right to chose whatever health care you feel is proper and keep politicians out of that decision.)
Arizona Proposition 107: Yes. (Repeals any existing affirmative action that still exists in Arizona. Everyone is treated equally.)
Arizona Proposition 109: Yes. (This allows you to maintain your right to enjoy the outdoors in regards to hunting, fishing, and harvesting wildlife.)
Arizona Proposition 110: Yes. (This allows the Arizona government to exchange public land. This would probably bring more military contracts to Arizona.)
Arizona Proposition 111: No.  (Voting YES would make it so that the Secretary of State (Lieutenant Governor) would run together with the Governor. I say, keep them seperate so we aren’t stuck with dirt in both fields.)
Arizona Proposition 112: Yes. (Allows for more time to file propositions.)
Arizona Proposition 113: Yes. (This allows you to vote in secret. If you vote NO then your employers or union bosses could check on who you are voting for. Nothing like having your vote influenced by whoever controls your paycheck!)
Arizona Proposition 203: No. (This is the medical marijuana proposition. While I am for the legalization of marijuana the law that would follw a YES on this proposition would be a mess. Enforcement would be a problem as well as regulation. In short, for me, total legalization is better than medical legalization.)
Arizona Proposition 301: Yes. (This retains the requirement from the Arizona citizens to transfer funds from the Land Conservation Fund to the General Fund. I don’t want the politicans dipping their hand in the cookie jar just because it is there.)
Arizona Proposition 302: Yes. (Removes funding from the Early Childhood Development program and puts it back in the General Fund. This program is repetitive and has no oversight.) (link for all above propsitions)
Justice of the Supreme Court, Rebecca Berch: No
Appeals, Daniel Barker: Yes
Appeals, Patrick Irvine: No
Appeals, Lawrence Winthrop: No
Superior, Mark Aceto:  
Superior, Aimee Anderson:
Superior, Arthur Thomas: 
Superior, Janet Barton: 
Superior, Edward Bassett:
Superior, Dawn Bergin:
Superior, Roger Brodman: Yes
Superior, Bill Brotherton:
Superior, Robert Budoff :
Superior, Edward Burke: No
Superior, Harriet Chavez: No
Superior, Norman Davis: No
Superior, Gary Donahue:
Superior, Alfred Fenzel: 
Superior, Dean Fink:
Superior, George Foster: 
Superior, Pendelton Gaines: 
Superior, Richard Gama:
Superior, Larry Grant:
Superior, Warren Granville:
Superior, Brian Hauser: 
Superior, Hugh Hegyi:
Superior, Joseph Heilman:
Superior, Bethany Hicks:
Superior, Marion Jean: 
Superior, Carey Hyatt: 
Superior, Brian, Ishikawa: 
Superior, Michael Jones: 
Superior, Joseph Kreamer:
Superior, Raymond Lee:
Superior, Kenneth Mangum: 
Superior, Daniel Martin: 
Superior, Rose Mroz:
Superior, Sam Myers:
Superior, Nejamin Norris: 
Superior, Karen O’Connor: 
Superior, Susanna Pineda:
Superior, Douglas Rayes:
Superior, John Rea:
Superior, Peter Reinstein: 
Superior, Emmet Ronan:
Superior, Sally Schneider:  Yes
Superior, David Talamante:
Superior, Samuel Thumma:
Superior, Maria Verdin: 
Superior, Randall Warner:
Superior, Joseph Welty:
Superior, Eileen Willett:
 Yes (link for judges)

Chandler Propsition 410:
No. (A “Yes” vote will allow Chandler to operate outside of a balanced budget)


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