An Arizona Candidate for the US Senate

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lundbaek
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An Arizona Candidate for the US Senate

Postby lundbaek » Tue Aug 08, 2006 8:36 am

Richard Mack, a former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, is running as a Libertarian for the US Senate against Arizona incumbent Jon Kyle. An active LDS, he is acutely aware of his responsibility to support and uphold the US Constitution. I visited with him about 2 years ago in Tucson, and believe he deserves our careful consideration. Check him out at http://richardmackforsenate.com/

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lundbaek
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Have a look

Postby lundbaek » Thu Aug 17, 2006 7:42 am

You folks who would like CP and any other candidate dedicated to strict constitutional principles to be elected, would you please review the page at: http://richardmackforsenate.com/

As I stated based on a meeting with Richard Mack, he is an active LDS, and is acutely aware of his responsibility to support and uphold the US Constitution. Even though I've got only another week and a half to actively support his campaign for Jon Kyle's Senate seat, I hope to promote his candidacy by bringing his platform to the attention of as many LDS voters as possible.

I am finding LDSs are being put off by the picture of the .45 at the bottom right of the page. I understand why he put it there and it doesn't bother me, but I'd like to know how it grabs you.

Also, there might be some other changes he could make that would make him more appealing to LDSs, like mention of our Constitution being "trashed" or "hanging by a thread, as it were".

I'm not adverse to suggesting any changes to him. He's got a tough go ahead of him to get the vote away from the normally staunch Republican voters here in AZ.


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