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Jeff Weninger, candidate for Arizona Treasurer

This was shot at a Meet & Greet in Dewey, Arizona, on June 26th, 2022. Mr. Weninger was speaking to a group of local Republicans and taking questions. Jeff discusses ESG credits, the PSPRS fund, and other issues. He says that Bank of America is the most anti-Second Amendment bank, yet the current treasurer just

City of Prescott

State of The City February 1, 2022 (Prescott, Arizona)

Dear Citizens of Prescott: Recently, I was asked to provide an address on the State of the City at the Prescott Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting.  This provided me with an excellent opportunity to reflect on and share where we are now as a City, and where we are going. As I mentioned last month,

State

Arizona Budget Roadshow Comes to Prescott

The Arizona Budget Roadshow came to town yesterday, hosted by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. Top state officials including Representative Regina Cobb (R-Kingman), Chair of the House Appropriations Committee, Senator David Gowan (R-Sierra Vista), Senate Appropriations Chair, and Matt Gress, Director of the Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning & Budgeting– three of the most knowledgeable state level officials on the

Prescott Mayor's Race

Opinion: Citizens Tax Committee Responds to “False” Mengarelli Allegations

As the President of the Citizens Tax Committee I have been disturbed by the recent false and fallacious radio ads attacking Mayoral Candidate Phil Goode.  The claim that Phil, and CTC, doesn’t support our police and fire is wrong. We opposed the Prop 443 tax increase because it is the wrong solution to a flawed

Local

Opinion: Stop Dark Money in Prescott Politics

I was the victim of a vicious smear campaign when I challenged Mr. Mengarelli for Prescott mayor in 2017.  Time to break my silence. Part of my decision to come forward now involves both an acceptance of my disability, and an understanding of my ensuing private humiliation.  But my decision also stems from utter disgust

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