Then, there's this Arizonan named JOHN LEWIS MEALER... A complete outsider, with rock solid plans for the economy. He's not a hater and believes in absolute equal opportunity, so much in fact, that the statutes our elected officials have created to protect big business/international corporation while crushing the little guy with the dream... Those laws will be banned and the politicians jailed.
Seriously now folks, is there any other choice? Do you want a governor controlled by his party in DC and the lobbyists who run the show? Arizona must run Arizona.
"We want our Liberty back. We're not asking."
Did I mention the perfect storm of economic plans and the Mealer program??
Arizona is repairable, but not to another career politician and insider who is owned by lobbyists. Fred DuVall, albeit has nice teeth, is an insider and owned by lobbyists and I can prove it when necessary. Does Arizona want more corruption as we'd get with Clinton's prodigy Mr. DuVall?
I believe Arizona is better of with JL MEALER as the next Governor. ((Yes, that is me))
It's time to throw out the same old scene from the Democrats and Republicans and go with fresh ideas and solid viable plans.
When the other candidates are talking about "finding investors" I already have them lined up and waiting for me to take office. When other candidates are talking about making changes and fixing Arizona and working with the legislature, we all know it will never be done... HOWEVER, I outline in detail exactly how I can and will do just that.
Besides, I am coming to the table loaded and with the industry and funding.
Someone asked me the other day if 'voting for JL MEALER would remove a vote from either the Democrat or Republican candidate?' I told them, YES, it had better do exactly that and Arizona needs to put all votes in my camp. Let's step back and think for a minute... How has the past 103 years of D's and R's affected Arizona? Why would any sane person vote for a Democrat or Republican? How's that been working out?
Let's get on the same page and make this state a really great place to visit and to live and to invest. http://jlmealer.com
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