Arizona Citizens Clean Election Commission held a debate on July 10 between 3 Democratic candidates seeking 2 House seats in LD 10. The debate can be seen online (click here) and was held at the Pima Community College District Office in mid-town. The moderator was C.J. Karamargin, PCC Vice Chancellor for Public Information and Government Relations.
Candidates for this primary race:
–Stefanie Mach, former Americorps volunteer, current business consultant for non-profit organizations, political newcomer, www.stefaniemach.com
–Brandon Patrick, former Air Force translator (Arabic), former Ward 2 City of Tucson Council aide, current community outreach director for El Tour de Tucson, political newcomer (though was the campaign manager of the successful effort against Prop. 200 in 2009 – defeated 70.21% to 29.79%), www.patrick2012.nationbuilder.com
–Bruce Wheeler, current LD 28 House Representative and former Tucson City Councilman from Ward 1, click here for member page
Only Brandon Patrick is a Clean Elections candidate, the other two are running traditionally.
And if you missed this debate and want to see these candidates speak & answer questions live:
LD 10 CANDIDATES SPEAK TO SAGUARO EASTSIDE DEMOCRATS AND LD10
On Monday July 16, 2012, the three Democratic candidates for two seats in the Arizona House of Representatives from Legislative District 10 and the candidate for the AZ Senate will participate in a forum co-sponsored by the Saguaro Eastside Democrats and the Legislative District 10 Democratic Committee.
Stefanie Mach, Brandon Patrick and Bruce Wheeler are the candidates for the two House nominations. David Bradley is running unopposed for the Senate nomination.
The meeting will be held at New Spirit Lutheran Church, 8701 E. Old Spanish Trail (on the northeast corner at Camino Seco). The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. with light refreshments and time for socializing. The formal program will begin at 7 p.m.
All meetings of SED are free and open to the public. You do not have to be a member to attend. For further information, call Pat Wiedhopf at 850-6755.
The 2 House winners of this Democratic primary will face two Republicans Todd Clodfelter and LD 30 Rep. Ted Vogt in the General Election. Former LD 28 House. Rep. Dave Bradley will face off with LD 30 Rep. Frank Antenori for the State Senate seat in LD 10.
Vote wisely in the Democratic primary of August 28.