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Arizona – Congressmen Race, Who is running?

Updated 7/21/14

Arizona 1 -
Incumbent – Ann Kirkpatrick (D) since 2012.

She is a former congresswoman who was kicked out, but won the seat in 2012.

How she affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- She is a card carrying member of the Socialist Party of America now called the Democratic Socialists of America. (Because the word Democratic is something Americans accept)

- 4/27/10. Congress voted to not receive a cost of living adjustments during 2011 (HR5146). 402 members agreed to forgo their own raise. Not this member. Carolyn however does not give a rat’s ass about people who are out of work, people who are scrambling to make ends meet. She voted to give herself that raise. You need to remember this! Throw her out. Michigan has 14% unemployment….has she no shame?

- 8/4/10. She lost the primary. Good riddance. Unfortunately, she won the seat back.

- 10/4/13. This vermin voted NO to continue funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (HJ RES 75). Solely because this resolution was proposed by the Republicans. Shameful she hates women and children that much.

- 1/15/14. Voted YES to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). The saddest part about this spending orgasm is the only cuts they incorporated in this bill are pensions to our Vets. Some douchebags we have there.

Challengers:
Adam Kwasman (R) state Representative
Gary Kiehne (R)
Andy Tobin (R) state Representative
Jim Brown (R)

 

Arizona 2 -
Incumbent – Ron Barber (D) since 2012.

How she affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 12/8/10. Voted YES on the DREAM Act. (It allows illegals who have committed up to two misdemeanors (and not just nonviolent ones) to qualify for legalization and, it would grant an automatic ten-year work permit to anyone who applies under the act — even if they lie on their application.)

- 7/29/11. Voted for raising the debt ceiling. Thus opened the door to higher taxes, defense cuts, and inevitable bankruptcy path. (I guess she recuperated enough to vote to downgrade our country)

- 9/13/12. Voted YES on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit (HJ RES 117). This was done quietly so voters won’t pay attention as elections are around the corner.

- 1/1/13. Vote YES on H.R. 8 “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the reality version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their Cliff BS while not curtailing their own spending.

- 1/15/14. Voted YES to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). The saddest part about this spending orgasm is the only cuts they incorporated in this bill are pensions to our Vets. Some douchebags we have there.

Challengers:
Martha E. McSally (R)
Shelley M. Kais (R)
Charles A. Wooten (R)
Sydney Dudikoff (Write-in / R)
Sampson U. Ramirez (Write-in)
Ed Martin (R)

 

 

Arizona 3 -
Incumbent – Raul Grijalva (D) since 2002. 12 years !!!!!

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- He is a card carrying member of the Socialist Party of America now called the Democratic Socialists of America. (Because Democratic is a misleading label, but we like it). Actually, he is a Co-Chair of the party.

- July 2010. After Arizona approved a tough immigration law which mirrors the Federal law. Raul called for an economic boycott of his own state during a housing crisis and record unemployment

- 12/8/10. Voted YES on the DREAM Act. (It allows illegals who have committed up to two misdemeanors (and not just nonviolent ones) to qualify for legalization and, it would grant an automatic ten-year work permit to anyone who applies under the act — even if they lie on their application.)

- 9/13/12. Voted YES on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit (HJ RES 117). This was done quietly so voters won’t pay attention as elections are around the corner.

- 1/1/13. Vote YES on H.R. 8 “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the reality version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their Cliff BS while not curtailing their own spending.

- 10/4/13. This vermin voted NO to continue funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (HJ RES 75). Solely because this resolution was proposed by the Republicans. Shameful he hates women and children that much.

- 1/15/14. Voted NO to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). This douchebag is only doing this to save his skin. All he believes in is plundering us…

- 2/11/14. Voted NO on restoring military pensions cost of living adjustment (S25), he is more disgusting then previously thought.

Challengers:
Gabriela Saucedo “Gabby” Mercer (R)
Jaime Alfredo Vasquez (R)
Damien Richard Kennedy (R)
Lee Thompson (Write-in)
Mike Polak (Write-in / R)
Miguel Olivas (R)

 

Arizona 4 -
Incumbent – Paul Gosar (R), since 2010.

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 7/29/11. Voted YES on raising the debt ceiling. Thus opened the door to higher taxes, defense cuts, and inevitable bankruptcy path.

- 9/13/12. Voted NO on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit [HJ RES 117], trying to get our financial house in order.

- 1/1/13. Vote NO on “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) HR 8 or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the real story version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their “Cliff” BS while not curtailing their own spending. Kudos for trying to expose this sham.

- 1/15/14. Voted NO to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547).

Challengers:
Mikel Weisser (D)
Chris Rike (Write in / L)
John Williamson (D)

 

Arizona 5 -
Incumbent – Matthew James “Matt” Salmon (R), since 2012.

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 1/15/14. Voted NO to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547).

Challengers:
James Alan Samuelson (I)
James Issac Woods (D)

 

Arizona 6 -
Incumbent – David Schweikert (R), since 2010.

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 7/24/11. He is emerging as one of the most conservative freshmen in the House and disagrees with his leadership on various issues.

- 7/29/11. Voted NO on raising the debt ceiling. Thus trying to avert our financial doom.

- 9/13/12. Voted NO on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit [HJ RES 117], trying to get our financial house in order.

- 1/1/13. Vote NO on “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) HR 8 or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the real story version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their “Cliff” BS while not curtailing their own spending. Kudos for trying to expose this sham.

- 1/15/14. Voted NO to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). He is consistent with his other fiscal votes. Except when it comes to our Vets. See below.

- 2/11/14. Voted NO on restoring military pensions cost of living adjustment (S25), he is more disgusting then previously thought.

Challengers:

 

Arizona 7 -
Incumbent – Ed Pastor (D) since 1991. 23 years !!!!!

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- He is a card carrying member of the Socialist Party of America now called the Democratic Socialists of America. (Because Democratic is something Americans like.)

- 12/8/10. Voted YES on the DREAM Act. (It allows illegals who have committed up to two misdemeanors (and not just nonviolent ones) to qualify for legalization and, it would grant an automatic ten-year work permit to anyone who applies under the act — even if they lie on their application.)

- 9/13/12. Voted YES on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit (HJ RES 117). This was done quietly so voters won’t pay attention as elections are around the corner.

- 1/1/13. Vote YES on H.R. 8 “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the reality version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their Cliff BS while not curtailing their own spending.

- 10/4/13. This vermin voted NO to continue funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (HJ RES 75). Solely because this resolution was proposed by the Republicans. Shameful he hates women and children that much.

- 1/15/14. Voted YES to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). The saddest part about this spending orgasm is the only cuts they incorporated in this bill are pensions to our Vets. Some douchebags we have there.

- 2/28/14. Announced his retirement. Good riddance

Challengers:
Cesar Chavez (D)
Ruben Gallego (D) state Representative
Mary Rose Wilcox (D) Maricopa County Supervisor
José Luis “Joe” Peñalosa, Jr. (I)
Randy Robert Camacho (D)
Rebecca DeWitt (Write-in / Americans Elect)
Steve Gallardo (D) state Senator
Johnnie Elbert Robinson (D)

 

Arizona 8 -
Incumbent – Trent Franks (R) since 2002. 12 years !!!!!

How he affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 7/29/11. Voted NO on raising the debt ceiling. Thus trying to avert our financial doom.

- 9/13/12. Voted NO on adding another $1.047 trillion to the deficit [HJ RES 117], trying to get our financial house in order.

- 1/1/13. Vote NO on “The Fiscal Cliff Bill” (the TV version) HR 8 or “How to hit more of Middle-class workers income by lying to them” (the real story version). Workers making between $30,000 and $200,000 will see their paychecks shrink. By focusing on “the rich” Congress managed to soak all of us with their “Cliff” BS while not curtailing their own spending. Kudos for trying to expose this sham.

- 1/15/14. Voted NO to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). He is consistent with his other fiscal votes.

Challengers:
Clair Jerome Marion Van Steenwyk (R)
Stephen Dolgos (Write-in / Americans Elect)

 

Arizona 9 -
Incumbent – Kyrsten Sinema (D) since 2012.

How she affected our lives and what we need to remember:

- 1/15/14. Voted YES to add another $1.1 Trillion debt hike (HR 3547). The saddest part about this spending orgasm is the only cuts they incorporated in this bill are pensions to our Vets. Some douchebags we have there.

Challengers:
Wendy Rogers (R)
Martin C. Sepulveda (R)
Andrew Walter (R)
Martin C. Sepulveda (R)
Don Pruitt (R)
Powell Gammill (Write-in / L)
Vernon B. Parker (R) former Paradise Valley Mayor
Marc J. Victor (R)

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