Conservatives Hit the Campaign Trail

Conservatives Hit the Campaign Trail

Conservative candidates for Arizona attended two political meetings in Chino Valley on Saturday, May 16th. US Senate Candidate Daniel McCarthy along with state and local candidates returned to the campaign trail on Saturday at two political events in Chino Valley. Local organizations and social clubs were forced to suspend meetings following Governor Ducey’s March 30th stay at home order requiring social distancing and forbidding meetings of 10 or more people. With the lifting of those orders on May 15th, political meetings have returned to Yavapai County. The Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR), is the first Yavapai County political club to hold a live meeting since social distancing requirements were imposed. Their customary meeting place at the VFW in Prescott Valley has not yet reopened. Saturday’s meeting, which included a complimentary lunch, was held at the Bible Baptist Church in Chino Valley. An audience of around 30-35 people, a few still practicing social distancing, gathered to hear conservative favorites. Among those invited to speak were Daniel McCarthy, running for the US Senate, Wendy Rogers, running for the State Senate for LD6, Quang Nguyen, running for State Representative for LD1, and Prescott attorney David Stringer, running for County Attorney. Daniel McCarthy, a relative newcomer to Arizona politics, is mounting a spirited challenge to Martha McSally for the US Senate. McCarthy is something of a business prodigy, having founded two successful companies before he was thirty, an Arizona based real estate firm with national reach and a global cosmetics firm. A […]

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