With a faith born from talking to my fellow citizens of Arizona, I believe that the election tomorrow will deliver a defeat to Rosemonts personal candidate (Sean Collins). The Board of Supervisors representative for district 4 (Ray Carroll) has shown his eloquence, knowledge and expertise to anyone who has taken the opportunity to either converse with him or study the facts concerning the accusations orchestrated and financed By Rosemont Copper and its public relations division.
Just a few highlights that I wish for you my neighbors to recall.
WHO CAN FORGET??
Dan Ryan and Rod pace claimed that the Rosemont tours were the number two tourist attraction in Arizona?
Randy Graf, a paid public relations consultant of Rosemont copper is actually the one running Sean Collins campaign.
Sean Collins made the claim, very public, that he was military hero of the year 2000, trying to make a civilian award appear to be an actual military award. Actually it was an award by the local Red Cross having nothing to do with the military.
Sean Collins is a one item candidate, that item is not jobs, but the item is to ensure Rosemont copper gets its permits.
Number five .
Sean Collins claims Association with the Cienega Rotary club,a group which he actually walked out on.
Number six .
Sean Collins claims Association with the Vail Community Action Board when actually he was ejected from the Association for non-attendance.
Number seven .
I have reports that show Sean Collins uses his position as architectural committee (the only member of the architectural committee) to favor his friends and punish his enemies by utilizing the power of the homeowners association.
Supervisor Carroll has held his composure and shown his ability and his knowledge concerning the necessary requirements for the position.
For once, everyone needs to make a studied consideration concerning our District 4 Board of Supervisors representative. On one hand, we have supervisor Ray Carroll.
A man who cares for his constituents and is honest and forthcoming in his statements and on the other hand, we have a gentleman who has ran one of the dirtiest campaigns.
That I have ever seen in Arizona. I use that term “gentleman” in a rather sarcastic and loose example.