Local Conservatives to Host Republican Candidates

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Republican candidates for Arizona Secretary of State, US Congress for CD2, and the Arizona State Senate for LD1, will speak at their upcoming meeting this  Saturday,  March 26, 2022,  in Chino Valley.  The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited.  Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP to concr2018@gmail.com

State Representative Shawnna Bolick, (R-LD20), has been a member of the Arizona House of Representatives since 2018.  She is currently Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means and Vice Chair for Criminal Justice Reform. Since moving to Arizona in 2001, she has been a Republican activist and supporter of conservative causes and constitutional government. As a state legislator, she has been a leader on election integrity, school choice, and border security.

Eli Crane is making his first run for elective office,  seeking the redrawn  CD2 congressional seat  which now includes Yavapai County.  CD2 is currently represented by Democrat Tom O’Halleran.   Congressman Paul Gosar,  who has represented Yavapai County since 2010,  is now running in the redrawn CD 9.

Mr. Crane is a former Navy Seal and veteran of five war time deployments, three of them to the Middle East.  Following military service,  Mr. Crane and his wife started a successful small business,  Bottle Breacher,  which was featured on Shark Tank. As the founder and operator of a family business, Mr. Crane understands the challenges facing private enterprise which include high taxes and overregulation. Mr. Crane describes himself as a constitutionalist who believes in limited government, the right to life,  the second amendment and school choice.  He has been endorsed by the National Border Patrol Council.

Former state representative Noel Campbell is running for the LD1 Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Karen Fann. Mr. Campbell is a long time Prescott resident who represented LD1 in the state legislature from 2014 to 2020, where he established a strong conservative record and chaired the House Transportation Committee.  He played a key role in securing funding for local transportation projects including new lanes on 1-17 and the widening of Highway 69.  After sitting out the 2020 election,  he is now seeking to return to the legislature to tackle what he terms “unfinished business”  and to serve as a “firewall”  against government overreach.  His top priorities include election integrity, border security, expanding school choice,  and transportation issues.

The Yavapai 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.  They are a private organization and not directly affiliated for 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.

Over the coming months,  President Dutton has scheduled 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 Kelli Ward,  Congressman Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs,  State Senator Wendy Rogers,  and many other prominent conservative figures and candidates for office.

ConCR is a membership organization.  However,  in the interest of informing voters about important issues and candidates,  the appearances of guest speakers of high public interest are open to the public. All those wishing to meet the candidates and learn about their positions on the issues of interest to conservative voters are cordially invited to attend.  Doors open at 11 am.  The meeting will begin promptly at 11:15 am. RSVP’s are requested and should be addressed to concr2018@gmail.com.

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