By Christie Black, Mesa
I was not only a Republican, but a proud one for the first thirty-two years of my life. When Donald Trump took office, I was nervous. He did not seem to share my moral standards, and much of his campaign rhetoric went directly against my religious beliefs. However, I had a strong faith in our country’s government system of checks and balances.
Seeds of change: For the first time in decades, farmers in Arizona are divided over presidential election
By Christian Peña, Jo Ling Kent and Ezra Kaplan
By Amy Wudel | Gilbert, AZ
President Trump may have a problem in the American Southwest. And contrary to popular belief, it is not just liberal Californian exiles fleeing to states like Nevada and Arizona or a high number of Democratic-leaning Latino voters in those states.
No, the problem is different: Mormons. And most specifically, Mormon women.
By Bob Worsley, Author, retired Arizona GOP State Senator
Welcome to the Fear Zone.
That’s a polite description of the re-election tactics deployed by Donald Trump in an attempt to dominate the airwaves, the Twittersphere and our national conversation — and scare voters into casting their ballot for him.