Elections And Politics Articles

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Candidates in Contested Primaries Share Their Plans for Arizona Agriculture

8/21/2018

This summer, Arizona Farm Bureau gathered comments from candidates in key primary races through its 2018 Primary Election Candidate Questionnaire. The agriculture-focused questions were designed to give members an overview of the agriculture-related positions held by primary candidates in competitive races.

Meet Arizona’s Farm and Ranch Country Candidates

7/25/2018

The four candidates we are about to profile here -- Tiffany Shedd, Sine Kerr, Tim Dunn and David Cook -- have a unique but common story: they are all currently in and from agriculture.

Farmer with Long-time Roots in Congressional District 1 Gets Arizona Farm Bureau’s AgPAC Endorsement

7/16/2018

“Tiffany Shedd is a true Arizonan, true westerner, and true agriculturalist,” said AgPAC Chairwoman Sherry Saylor.

An Ounce of Support and Then Some

5/31/2018

As Arizona Farm Bureau members, you’re in a unique position to understand just how important elections can be.

Why Grassroots Involvement is a Real Game Changer

2/6/2018

It only took one unpleasant experience speaking with individuals at a casual dinner party to realize I needed to make a change in the way I approached socially- and emotionally-charged topics related to agriculture.

Legislative Leaders Establish Their 2018 Priorities

1/23/2018

Four of our legislative leaders discuss their priorities as they see them for the current legislative session that's now in full swing.

Arizona Agriculture: An Often Ignored Success Story (1)

12/10/2014

One of the greatest resources of this country is our inspiration – an idea every time you turn around.

House Bill 2305 Election Reform

6/28/2013

There is considerable discussion in the media of the election reform bill (House Bill 2305) signed into law by the Governor.

Legislative Session: Not Quite Over Yet

6/9/2013

The 100th day of the regular session has come and gone, yet the Arizona state legislators continue to meet, albeit three days out of the week - granted by the time this article goes to publication the session may be done.

Show Up!

6/9/2013

I try not to be surprised, but I am always bothered a bit that agriculture is one of those industries where everyone else thinks they can tell us what our cultural and industry practices should be.

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