The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Arizona Attorney General candidate Andrew Gould will speak at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, October 23, 2021, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited. Doors open at 11 am with the meeting called to order at 11:15 am. Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP.
Andrew Gould is a former Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court (2016-2021). He was one of two judges appointed by Governor Ducey when the Court was expanded from five to seven seats. From 2011 to 2016 he served on the Arizona Court of Appeals and from 2001 to 2011, he was a judge on the Yuma County Superior Court. He began his career in private practice as a civil litigator and later served as a county prosecutor in Maricopa and Yuma counties before joining the judiciary.
As a candidate for Attorney General, Mr. Gould has emphasized his deep experience with Arizona’s legal system both as a litigator and a judge. He describes himself as a Constitutionalist and strong advocate for the first and second amendments and state sovereignty. As a longtime resident of Yuma, he has personal knowledge of the problems associated with illegal immigration, drug smuggling and the deteriorating situation at the border. He has argued that the federal government has abdicated its responsibility for border security. Other campaign themes include election integrity and the threat of censorship and free speech restrictions by Big Tech on social media platforms.
Mr. Gould is one of five announced Republican candidates for Attorney General who are running in Arizona’s August 2, 2022, primary election.
The Yavapai County chapter of Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic is a group of conservative activists dedicated to defending and promoting 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 President Dutton has scheduled conservative candidates for all top-level state and national officers 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 Kelli Ward, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, Congressmen Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs, and U.S. Senate Candidate Mick McGuire, 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 wishing to meet candidate Gould and learn about his position on the issues of importance to conservatives are cordially invited to attend. RSVPs are requested and should be addressed to email@example.com .