David McNabb, guest host of Prescott Talks. talks to Luke Cilano about the organization, Lions of Liberty. The organization has held political forums and meetings about the truth and integrity in government. Luke explains their vetting process and how they pick candidates for endorsements.
Image courtesy of DepositPhotos “A nation of well informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins.” – Benjamin Franklin It is important if citizens are going to vote, that they educate themselves on
Many people, maybe a majority of voters, don’t vote in School Governing Board elections. In the Tri-City area, with all our retirees, many of them may think that since none of their children or grandkids attend local schools, school board decisions don’t effect them. Those who feel this way are greatly mistaken. First, since a
Primary elections are for whittling down the number of candidates in each party to one candidate per office. That candidate will run in the general election. We are bombarded with ads prior to every election. It is unfortunate that many political operatives believe, with some evidence, that negative campaign advertisements work. During this primary election
As of Wednesday, August 10th, with the Secretary of State’s website updated at 6:16 pm, the number of votes for Ken Bennett and Steve Zipperman have not changed since Tuesday. Mr. Bennet is still ahead by 256 votes. Prescot teNews will continue to watch this race.
The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will continue their candidate series at their next monthly luncheon on Monday, August 8th, at the Prescott Vibes Event Center, 6200 Hwy 89 (see map at bottom). Doors open at 10:30 am, and the event starts promptly at 11:30am. Parking is free. An RSVP is required. This month’s meeting has