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Vic Williams GOOD IDEAS WIN!

Vic Williams, #1 candidate for Pima County Supervisor, brings the knowledge, skills and experience for real results to the job. 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

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Vic Williams: The Business of Southern Arizona Should Be Business

Vic Williams, #1 candidate for Pima County Supervisor, brings the knowledge, skills and experience for real results to the job. 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

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Vic Williams – PROVEN COURAGE TO FIGHT FOR US

Vic Williams, #1 Candidate for Pima County Supervisor brings the knowledge, skills and experience for real results to the job. 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

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Vic Williams EXPERIENCE SOUTHERN ARIZONA CAN BANK ON

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 help develop state based IMMIGRATION

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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 better known as the $2.3

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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 help develop state based IMMIGRATION

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Economic Shutdown is Deadly, Especially for Pima County

OPED by Vic Williams As a former legislator, taxpayer and businessman, I find it abhorrent to see politicians making decisions for the private sector and paralyzing our country’s economy. Pima County economy is extra fragile, as one the slowest areas to recover from the past recession, it can’t afford another recession already. Yet, others running for office with little to

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An Open Letter to Dylan Smith, Editor and Publisher of the TucsonSentinel.com

By:  Vic Williams, County Supervisor Candidate in District 1 “Seeking the GOP nod… former state legislator Vic Williams, who sources said was seeking Miller’s endorsement..” ~ Dylan Smith Tucson Sentinel, Jan. 14, 2020 I would just like to set the record straight about your January 14th article which mentioned that I was seeking Supervisor Miller’s endorsement.  This was not the

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Stonegarden – Misleading Facts And Red Herring Narratives

OPED by Vic Williams . January 3, 2020 As a prior member of the most conservative State Legislature in Arizona’s history, and with a track record of campaigning on and voting for State Based Illegal Immigration laws, I find it imperative that Pima County Government strive to bring in every Federal dollar to fund the Sheriff’s Department. The funds are

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