Dear 2014 Candidate: Please Offer Up Relevant Campaign Messages
By Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm Bureau: When I was 17 I attended my first debate for university student council. As a reflection of the times, it was heavily controlled by
To breathe in some patriotism of the 4th, I thought it would be good to introduce myself to all of the relevant
I saw one three times in about 20 minutes on television…someone running for governor promising border security, no amnesty and no priority…and the look at the camera that conveys the thought…sounds good, huh? I could be tempted to wonder if the duties of the office are familiar
In driving around the neighborhood I saw a sign saying “proven leadership” – well I know the guy running for the local office and he is definitely “proven”, just not the way he intends you to think about it. The next one was “trusted leadership” – ask any kids in the neighborhood if they trust this weirdo. Then there is the one touting “integrity,
I do wish the sound bites and messaging could be more clear because we seem to be on the uptick of electing folks who don’t behave like they are supposed to…or more precisely they don’t behave as I would wish them to!