Let’s end binary thinking in the voting booth and at our legislatures
While working for the majority party at the Arizona House of Representatives, I was afflicted with the feeling that lots of ideas, good ideas, were not getting the airtime they deserved.
I’m not for putting every random bill to a floor vote, but legislation that falls outside the typical binary choice is not getting enough consideration.Read more
Congratulations to all our elected representatives.
This was my first time running for public office and I would not have traded the experience for anything. It was wonderful despite the loss.
I would love to see more independents run in 2020, which is not too far away. We started something that I hope is just the beginning of a movement to put competition and choice back into Arizona's local elections.
As you may have heard me say, I did not feel I was running against any one candidate as much as I was challenging a two-party system that has a firm grip on our political options.
If we are going to move Arizona forward, we need to get organized. One way to do that is to get involved with the Phoenix Chapter of Unite America.