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Arizona Tea Party Candidate Voting Election Race Recommendations

Governor Andy Thomas
Secretary of State Justin Pierce
Attorney General Mark Brnovich
State Treasurer Randy Pullen
Supt. Of Public Instruction Diane Douglas
Mining Inspector Joe Hart

Congress-District 1: Adam Kwasman
Congress-District 2: Chuck Wooten
Congress-District 3: Gabriela Saucedo Mercer
Congress-District 4: Paul Gosar
Congress-District 5: Matt Salmon
Congress-District 6: David Schweikert
Congress-District 7:
Congress-District 8: Trent Franks
Congress-District 9: Andrew Walters, Wendy Rogers

Arizona State Legislature

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Arizona Legislature
District 1 - House: Linda Gray, Karen Fann
District 4 - Senate: Connie Uribe
District 5 - Senate: Kelli Ward
House: Sam Medrano
District 6 - Senate: Chester Crandall
House: Brenda Barton
District 8 - Senate: Irene Littleton - - House: Darla Dawald
District 9 - House: Ethan Orr
District 11 - Senate: Steve Smith
House: Vince Leach, Mark Finchem
District 12 - Senate: Andy Biggs
House: Eddie Farnsworth, Warren Peterson District 13 - Senate: Don Shooter
House: Darin Mitchell, Steve Montenegro
District 14 - Senate: Gail Griffin
House: David Gowan, David Stevens
District 15 - Senate: Nancy Barto
House: John Allen, David Smith
District 16 - Senate: David Farnsworth
House: Kelly Townsend, John Fillmore
District 17 - Senate Steve Yarbrough
House: J.D. Mesnard, Jeff Weninger
District 18
Senate: Tom Morrissey
House: John King, Jill Norgaard
District 20
Senate: Kimberly Yee
House: Paul Boyer, Carl Seel

District 21 - Senate: Debbie Lesko
House: Rick Gray
District 22 - Senate: Judy Burges
House: David Livington, Phil Lovas
District 23 - Senate: John Kavanaugh
House: Jay Lawrence, Michelle Ugenti
District 25 - Senate: Dr. Ralph Heap
House: Rusty Bowers, Justin Olsen, Jerry Walker
District 28 House: Shawna Bolick
District 30 - Senate: Gary Cox
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Arizona - Conservative Congressional Candidate Rating

State District Name Party Score%
AZ 8 Rep. Trent Franks R 96%
AZ 5 Rep. Matt Salmon R 94%
AZ 6 Rep. David Schweikert R 91%
AZ 4 Rep. Paul Gosar R 76%
AZ Sen. Jeff Flake R 62%
AZ Sen. John McCain R 52%
AZ 2 Rep. Ron Barber D 13%
AZ 3 Rep. Raul Grijalva D 13%
AZ 9 Rep. Kyrsten Sinema D 13%
AZ 1 Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick D 12%
AZ 7 Rep. Ed Pastor D 9%

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Arizona Pro Life Candidates 2014 Voting Guide

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Arizona will be electing candidates to Congress in the Arizona primary on August 28. The above link gives several conservative Christian recommendations.

Arizona Pro Life Congressional Recommendations

In the previous 2010 election cycle will be remembered as the year when the AZRTL PAC consistently violated its own mission by placing financial interests above the sanctity of life. People have questioned endorsements of this committee in recent years. This year all pretense of a full commitment to life issues has collapsed under the weight of their inconsistent endorsements. The PAC Endorsement Committee’s sellout began on May 18 with the endorsement of John McCain, a supporter of embryonic stem cell research and other abhorrent legislation — over consistent conservative J.D. Hayworth, whom they acknowledged had a “perfect pro-life voting record” during his 12-year congressional tenure.
Pro-life supporters throughout Arizona were appalled by this action. Today pro-life activists were informed that the AZRTL PAC sunk to new lows in making legislative and statewide endorsements. To set the stage, the group endorsed pro-amnesty Doug Ducey, a candidate for state treasurer with absolutely no record on pro-life issues, over Sen. Thayer Verschoor, a leading pro-life advocate for nearly two decades, with a voting record that even the committee stated was perfect.
Other problematic endorsements include: David Braswell, Rich Crandall, Adam Driggs, Russ Jones, John Nelson, Amanda Reeve, Ted Vogt and Vic Williams. Many of these people were recipients of the largess of the Twelve in ‘10 cabal or are McCain endorsers. Pro-life Margaret Dugan running for State School Superintendent was not even given a mention by the PAC. In congressional district races their criteria included “electability,” which foolishly resulted in endorsements of all CD 1 candidates, and 8 out of the ten running in CD 3. In CD 4 the endorsement that should have gone to Janet Contreras went instead to political unknown Jose Penalosa. Amnesty advocate and McCain acolyte Jeff Flake was endorsed in CD 6. In CD 8 the PAC overlooked Jesse Kelly saying it believes Jonathan Paton — the beneficiary of a fundraiser by open-border proponents — would be the stronger candidate to defeat the Democrat incumbent.
Amnesty has become the name of the game, with social conservatives taking a back seat on life and traditional marriage issues. Whereas conservative grassroots activism is gaining momentum, the group that has been looked to for leadership on the important issue of life has isolated itself from its own supporters. Big money liberals who endorse amnesty are now in the position of controlling the AZRTL PAC

Christian Voting Guide 2014 Election Conservative Candidates

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Religious leaders often overly restrict their speech and actions because they simply don't know what they legally can and cannot say or do. The Alliance Defense Fund has written Pastor Guideline Letter to educate Christian leaders on their broad U.S. constitutional right to speak out. Consider adding a personal note of encouragement to your pastor or priest to not keep silent on the divisive issues facing our culture.

Why Christians should vote and be active in political things

1. God has granted us authority. All authority belongs to God, but He has put human beings on the earth as caretakers. What is our task? According to Jesus in Matthew 28:18-20, we are to go out and make disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey God in every area of life. This includes politics. We must disciple people to make godly decisions about government, and promote the efforts of those who are already doing so.

2. We need to stand against evil. St. Augustine said those who are citizens of God's kingdom are best equipped to be citizens of the kingdom of man. The alternative is unthinkable. In the 20th Century, atheistic and secular humanistic leaders gained control of nations all across Europe, Asia and Africa. What was the result? According to historian R. J. Rummel, almost 170 million men, women and children have been brutally murdered by these governments, all in the name of human progress. These facts led historian John Hallowell to note, Only through a return to faith in God, as God revealed Himself to man in Jesus Christ, can modern man and his society find redemption from the tyranny of evil.
Despair never won any battle. Not a single one. So don't despair. It is a useless emotion, and a deliberate trap set by your enemies. Take up the gauntlet and fight on with renewed enthusiasm, because the worm is turning.

When we see the good that results from applying God's principles, and the horror that results from rejecting them, doesn't it seem cruel and irresponsible to keep Jesus teachings about truth, love and compassion to ourselves? At very least, we should vote to keep OUT of office those who attempt to oppose God's authority.

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