The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Shiry Sapir, candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will speak at their upcoming monthly meeting this Saturday, September 25, 2021, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP. Doors open at 11:00 AM, with the meeting starting promptly at 11:15 AM.
Shiry Sapir is a small business owner and mother of three school age children. She founded and manages Platinum Luxury Real Estate—a real estate management and investment company based in Maricopa County. She has entered the Republican primary for Superintendent of Public Instruction because she believes the education of our children is too important to be left to education bureaucrats. She has been particularly concerned with the prolonged shutdown of government run schools in many jurisdictions around the state on the pretext of COVID-19, long after most charter schools and private and parochial schools returned to in-person classes.
Ms. Sapir presents herself as a reform candidate. She is a strong advocate of school choice and supports expanding Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program (ESAs). For traditional district schools, she wants a more customer service orientation that puts parents and students first. She believes we must do a better job of holding teachers and school districts accountable to the families they serve. Her website states: “Curriculum must be readily available to parents at all times. The new trend of hiding information from parents, opting students into classes without the consent of parents…..is against the law and must come to an end.” Ms. Sapir’s reform platform calls for increased transparency and accountability in our district schools and a return to the traditional values of patriotism and American Heritage in the school curriculum.
The Yavapai County chapter of Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic is a group of conservative activists dedicated to defending the values of representative government as set forth in the United States Constitution. The group is a private organization and is not directly affiliated with any political party. However, most members are registered Republicans or conservative leaning independents who are civically engaged or are current or former elected officials or candidates for office.
This month and in the months ahead, ConCR has scheduled conservative candidates for all top level state and national offices to address the group.
ConCR meets monthly at the Bible Baptist Church, 3490 N State Road 89, in Chino Valley. Recent speakers include Arizona GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward, Congressmen Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs, and State Senator and candidate for Secretary of State Michelle Ugenti-Rita, among many other prominent conservative figures.
ConCR is a membership organization. However, in the interest of informing voters about important candidates and issues, the appearances of guest speakers of high public interest are open to the public. All those interested in meeting Shiry Sapir and learning about her program to reform public education in Arizona are cordially invited to attend. RSVP’s are requested and may be addressed to email@example.com.