Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Tucson Tea Party Denounces Backer of Dupnik Recall

Posted By on Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 10:42 AM

We mentioned in The Skinny last week that Sam Stone, spokesman for the Pima County Republican Party, dismissed the effort to recall Sheriff Clarence Dupnik as "a stunt and nothing more."

Now Trent Humphries of the Tucson Tea Party is calling Dan Baltes, the Salt Lake City man behind the recall, a "crook":


If there is anyone who has given money to Baltes, now would be a good time to go through the procedure to get your money back.

According to the well-documented site Conning Conservatives, Dan has a long history of scams and is doing pretty good business in Arizona.

[Tucson Tea Party Daily]

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