LD 30 candidates debate (KUAT and Clean Elections)by Carolyn Classen on Sep. 29, 2010, under Life, Politics
On September 29, KUAT Channel 6 is hosting a televised debate between Republican LD 30 State Senator Frank Antenori and challenger Democrat Dr. Todd Camenisch, at 6:30 p.m.
You can view it online at: www.azpm.org (usually a few hours before the debate and thereafter).
The next day the three candidates running for LD 30 State House (Rep. David Gowan, Rep. Ted Vogt, and Andrea Dalessandro) will face off at an Arizona Clean Elections Commission (CCEC) debate live in Tucson, at the Pima Community College East Campus, 8181 E. Irvington Rd., at 6 p.m. Gowan is running “clean” and the other two are running traditionally.
Senator Frank Antenori was appointed to this position in February, 2010 when then LD 30 Senator Jonathan Paton resigned to run for CD 8 House (which he lost to political newcomer Jesse Kelly in the GOP primary). Antenori was one of the 2 freshman house legislators in that district since January, 2009 and is program manager in the Aerospace-Defense industry. Dr. Camenisch serves on the Catalina Foothills School District Governing Board and is a professor at the U of A in the College of Pharmacy.
Gowan is a magazine distributor. Vogt was a 3rd year law student at the U of A when he was appointed in March, 2010. Their Democratic challenger is Andrea Dalessandro, who ran before for this same position in November, 2008, and is a retired CPA/teacher/small business operator of a tax practice.
The KUAT debate between these 3 house candidates was held on September 14 (click here).
Voter registration information on LD 30 from Pima County Recorder’s Office:
DISTRICT 30: 32,127 Democrats, 45,338 Republicans, 711 Libertarians, 144 Green,
30,954 Others — 109,274 Total registered voters
Candidates for LD 30 State Senate: Senator Frank Antenori & Dr. Todd Camenisch
Candidates for LD 30 State House: Andrea Dalessandro, Rep. David Gowan, Rep. Ted Vogt