Unfortunately, the trolls are at it again. Do they actually ever consider engaging in serious discussion with fellow citizens about issues. (That question is rhetorical. No response expected.)
Steve K. is what used to be considered a moderate Republican. (I believe he switched to Democrat because his party was so unwelcoming of any moderate views.) Even though I am left of center, I support Steve. He is always well informed and is responsive to his constituency.
The Green Party candidate for Pima County attorney (me) didn't fundraise, asked supporters to donate to the causes they cared about, and refused to put up signs. That was back in 2016. But as a woman, I'm pretty used to having a man take credit for doing something I've done. #thatswhatshesaid #hesaiditsotheyheardit
My greyhounds and I will follow Steve K. anywhere. He was a one man band like a dog to a bone in pointing the finger at the Tucson Greyhound Park atrocities. Mercifully, that hell hole ended live dog racing on June 25, 2016. And for that I'm thankful as I'm sure are the 252 dogs that left the track and went into adoptive homes. Another 150 or so went to racing servitude elsewhere and some went to an Orange County blood bank as blood donating captives for 1 or 2 years.
Steve also has common sense regarding guns, the Broadway expansion and bringing more movie and TV filming into Pima County to fill our hotels, restaurants and economy.
He's got my vote.
Civility and respect. Actually listening to ideas even if they are contrary to your stated beliefs. Working hard to understand the issues and find reasonable solutions. Producing results that benefit the community at large, not just one segment of it. Being accessible and engaging in active problem-solving. Not being afraid to try out new approaches. These are attributes that make Steve K one of the best political leaders in Arizona. In a democracy, the government is us. If we do not choose our political leaders well, it is our own fault. Steve K is a good leader and a forward thinker. Thanks for the hard work and let's see if this idea of winning elections based on the job instead of the personality will take hold.
Thank you for your continuing support of your constituency Steve. The Trump Trainers can please
Remember this is Tucson and follow their own advice If they don't like that fact!
"Jose Barron-Gomez died after he exchanged gunfire with Tucson police Officers Jorge Tequida and Doug Wilfert on Thursday"
I wonder what the immigration status of this guy is, maybe the Sanctuary City man SteveK can provide?
Walking the talk in this way is courageous and will surely win you a good deal of support, Steve. The comment above about Judy Burns made by Mark Stegeman is well taken. Many, many voters are sick and tired of the money in politics; you are showing the way.
Just change your Pampers and everything will be fine.
When you start typing things that are condescending, inconsiderate and just plain nasty...your nonsense posts may actually be removed. If you could learn (*trying real hard to keep from laughing*) to be nice (*chuckle*) all your posts would probably stay intact. People with a sliver of common sense might actually pay attention to your solid information (*HA HA HA HA HA! Oops, so sorry.*) if you just, you know, toned your misplaced anger down a bit.
Good luck with that. You're gonna need it.
This is what's coming across the border, and Tucson liberals are just fine with it.
Border Patrol Agents Arrest 3 Previously Convicted, Deported Sex Offenders in Three Hours
Steve K what we just witnessed was Hillary wasting two billion dollars because her ideas were the same as Obamas and we struggled the last eight years with his miserable decisions. If you have not violated the law as stated above, you are going to need a strong vision for the future.
Make Tucson great again wont work, because it still hasnt been.
Nice announcement but SteveK has violated Arizona's resign to run law since this announcement came prior to his being in his last year of his term which falls on the first Monday in December, the 6th. Other politicians such as Roy Laos and Conrad Joyner fought the law in court and lost and had to resign their seats, just like SteveK will have to.
So the national democrat standing is really in shambles....They lost the Whitehouse, the Senate, the US House of Representatives, a number of governorships, many state Houses, and State Senate's....how do you Democrat/Progressives think that you can recover those losses? With boobs like Special K?.....even on a low level elected idiot like SK....you cannot change the attitude of the country that you folks have driven into the dirt... Less government regulations, less government in general....let the free market reign...Progressives?not so much really.....more like digressives.....
But isn't that a lot like saying Grijalva really doesn't need to advertise for his reelection. For unknown reasons people will get out and vote for him. Or at least they used to. Trumps win is causing voters to think twice about what they have been doing, what they have been expecting, and what they have never gotten.
Judy Burns never spent a dollar running for reelection to the TUSD board -- and was easily reelected twice.
Pass. Another disconnected dogmatic political lifer is not what Tucson needs.
He has my vote. He questions whether expenses like the too wide expansion of the Broadway Corridor are relevant with today's traffic projections. He cares about neighborhoods and works hard to solve problems with matters affecting them. Even in matters where I might disagree, I feel he has thought through things and made choices, rather doing the politically expedient.
Putting all else aside, how is it OK that one candidate gets a guest opinion that is in essence a political advertisement for himself? Did the candidate pay for this advertisement? Does the Weekly intend to extend the same opportunity to other candidates in the future?
If I remember correctly, Steve first left the Republican party and then registered and ran for his second term as a Democrat because the Republican party, even here in Pima County, proved inhospitable to a centrist Republican council member. Republican or Democrat, Steve is the same intelligent, honest, hard-working council member for whom I wish I could vote.
Bravo, Steve! You are an honorable man.
If he will drop sanctuary city status I will vote for him. Anything less will not do.
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