The local chapter of the Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Republican candidates for Arizona Governor, US Congress, and Attorney General, will speak at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, February 26, 2022, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend
(Editor’s Note: As a matter of editorial policy, PrescotteNews reports on but does not endorse candidates for political office.) Arizona Attorney General Candidate Rodney Glassman will be in Prescott Saturday, February 19th, to speak at the Yavapai County Republican Committee’s quarterly meeting for precinct committeemen. Following the meeting, a Host Committee supporting Glassman, chaired by Congressman Paul Gosar,
Shiry Sapir – Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction Shiry Sapir is an Arizona small business owner and a loving mother of three. As mother to her children, 8, 6 and 3, Shiry is passionate about the education and the future of our children. Feeling passionate about the importance of applying to education the common
Noel Campbell continues his interview with Rodney Glassman, candidate for Arizona Attorney General. They discuss illegal immigration, the border crisis, enforcement of current laws, and what the Attorney General can do about these problems.
Prescott Talks guest host Noel Campbell (former Arizona LD1 representative) interviews Rodney Glassman, who is running for the position of the Arizona Attorney General in 2022. In Part 1, Rodney talks about his background, and what makes him different than the other Republican candidates.
Rodney Glassman, United States Air Force JAG Corps Reservist and private attorney, today announced his candidacy for Arizona Attorney General. Beyond his private practice, Glassman has prosecuted financial crimes, drug dealers, and fought for victims of sexual assault during his more than twelve years of military service. Glassman’s campaign will emphasize the importance of protecting