Month: April 2020

Board of Supervisors candidates split on county response to COVID-19 outbreak

By Kathleen Kunz, in Tucson Local Media, April 21, 2020 With all five seats up for grabs in this year’s election, candidates for the board of Supervisors  have a range of opinions on  Pima County’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Some support the calls to stay at home and close or limit businesses, while others …

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Arizona Should do More – Push Back May 1 Tax Deadline

Property tax deadline must be pushed back 30 days in Arizona! Home and business property owners have been left holding the bag of the unintended consequences of the Stay Home orders implemented by the Pima County Board of Supervisors and other governments throughout the state. The so-called Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or …

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Vic Williams – NEW LEADERSHIP FOR SOUTHERN ARIZONA

Get to know Vic Williams, #1 Candidate for Pima County Supervisor. When he was a Member of the most CONSERVATIVE state legislature in Arizona’s modern history, Representative Vic Williams campaigned and successfully brought REFORM to Arizona for his constituents in Marana, Oro Valley, Casas Adobe and Unincorporated Pima County. Vic kept his campaign promises to …

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Vic Williams Celebrates Birthday Filing Nominating Petitions for Pima County Supervisor

NEWS RELEASE PIMA COUNTY (April 6, 2020) – Former State Representative Vic Williams filed his signatures to officially be on the August 4th Republican primary ballot for Pima County Board of Supervisor in District 1. To file on April 6th was determined early on in the campaign to be a unique way of celebrating Vic’s …

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