Republicans were accused of clinging to bibles and guns, and no one proves that more that Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen who would like a mandatory church attendance law.
Allen made these comments (video above) during her justification of a guns-everywhere-in-public bill. The senator from Snowflake, a Mormon stronghold in rural Arizona, also waxes nostalgic about life in the early 60s, you know, before that pesky Civil Rights Act was passed but when her boy husband (her words) would drive to high school with his gun on a rack in his car…
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“I am supporting Randy and his efforts in the recall,” Goddard stated, “and [I] have a signed petition in front of me.”
– Terry Goddard
The last Democratic nominee for Arizona Governor and former top lawyer as Attorney General, Terry Goddard, is supporting the Recall Arpaio effort.
Three Sonorans must also recognize the work of newly elected Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, who has not only done a decent job so far in her tenure, but who has also stepped up her game and who also has publicly raised money for the Recall Arpaio effort.
Many Democrats have stepped in to support the recall of the sheriff who epitomizes the anti-Latino politician, but there is one very notable person who pulling a Rodney Glassman by avoiding the issue of extreme importance to Latinos and Democrats while running for office in Arizona.