An independent is someone who seeks the best ideas to solve problems, regardless of where they come from on the political spectrum. We share a set of common sense principles including fiscal responsibility, environmental responsibility, economic opportunity, social tolerance, and good governance.
How chocolate cake changed politics forever
Once upon a time, a Democrat, Republican, and Independent were on a baking show. The contestants were required to make chocolate cake.
The Democrat made a triple-layered cake in a 13-inch round pan with oversized rainbow sprinkles, West African chocolate, and organic almond flour.
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My answers to the 2018 candidate questionnaire offered by the League of Women Voters of Arizona.
What, if any, specific steps will you take to address inequalities facing women in our state?
My mother helped to establish the first chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) in our New Jersey community, some 50 years ago.
Good government steers the ship; it does not micro-manage it
I share Representative Ugenti-Rita's ire with our voting system: GOP bill targets power of new Democratic Maricopa County Recorder – AZCentral. For too long voters have suffered unreasonable hurdles to registering to vote, long lines at polling places, and a general unease as to the integrity of our election system.
Why are you the best person for the job?
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