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Ousted Legislator Liz Harris Redeemed with Election as RNC National Committeewoman for Arizona

Jennifer Esposito, a state delegate and candidate for Mohave County Supervisor was thrilled at the outcome because she helped to rally many to vote for Harris. She told The Sun Times, “The grassroots were motivated to right a grievous wrong and elevate Liz Harris to a more prominent and powerful position of National Committeewoman yesterday. I am proud to have traveled such a great distance to cast what was arguably a decisive vote for her.”

https://arizonasuntimes.com/news/ousted-legislator-liz-harris-redeemed-with-election-as-rnc-national-committeewoman-for-arizona/ckelly/2024/04/28/

 

BLM UTILIZES INHUMANE METHODS
TO CAPTURE BURROS

Jennifer Esposito, a candidate for Mohave County District 4 Supervisor, the woman who asked Pew the question regarding burros, told her, “We bought our property in Golden Valley partially because it was close to the Black Mountains’ trail head and we love that the wild burros would come and visit us.

“I have never seen a starving burro in the Black Mountains or Golden Valley; they are all happy and healthy,” Esposito said. “I want Congressman Gosar to stop the horrific helicopter roundups. American Horse Campaign advocates for humane treatment of all wild horses and burros by the BLM and hold them accountable by filming roundups and publishing reports of their horrific means of capture.”https://thestandardnewspaper.online/opinion/blm-utilizes-inhumane-methods-to-capture-burros-horses/

MOHAVE COUNTY SUPERVISORS SAY NO TO BALLOT HAND COUNT, AGAIN

NO PRICE TOO GREAT FOR VOTER CONFIDENCE, SAYS COUNTY BOARD CANDIDATE

Although speakers in favor of implementing a hand-count of future Mohave County elections may have appeared fewer in number at Monday's meeting, they were no less vocal.

Mohave County resident Jennifer Esposito announced plans earlier this year to represent the county's 4th Supervisory District if elected next year. Esposito, who was an outspoken critic of former Mohave County Health Director Denise Burley, supported a possible hand-count in future elections earlier this year.

"You cannot put a price on voter confidence" Esposito said. "And for all the people who keep regurgitating the lie that Mohave County is broke, and that we're $18.5 million upside down, we have about $15 million in the 'rainy day' fund. I'm already on record in favor of this because it's an important thing to do. If I was sitting in your seat, this is something that I would willingly go to jail for, and I do not say that lightly."

https://www.kdminer.com/news/mohave-county-supervisors-say-no-to-ballot-hand-count-again/article_9ec47e7a-1fb4-5093-9e36-d873a86d4284.html

SUPERVISORS PRESS PAUSE ON LOCAL BOARD FOR GOLDEN VALLEY WATER SYSTEM

“I just want to thank the board for moving forward with this and giving us a chance,” GVID domestic board applicant Jennifer Esposito told supervisors during their Monday board meeting. “We all talk as Republicans and conservatives about how private entities can usually do better at things than government. Well, we want to prove that to you.”

https://www.kdminer.com/news/supervisors-press-pause-on-local-board-for-golden-valley-water-system/article_5d40b486-6ecd-11ee-9822-6342a7387410.html

GOLDEN VALLEY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

"Under Title 48 Chapter 6, the Board has no statutory authority to implement fees that are not proportionate, nor implement a surcharge to create a $3 million slush fund for a future capital improvement, ” said Jennifer Esposito, who owns property within the boundaries of GVID.

“ I’m prepared to fight this as far as necessary in the public interest, because this isn’t the only improvement district affected.” Esposito said.

“This is the hill I die on” said Jennifer Esposito, candidate for District 4 County Supervisor. “The people of the Golden Valley Improvement District are being denied their rights by County Officials and I have every confidence that I will prevail in proving that Resolution 2023-01 should be placed in the metaphorical round file where it belongs.”

https://thestandardnewspaper.online/2023/06/20/mohave-county-board-of-supervisors-and-the-golden-valley-water-improvement-district/

Registration Deadlines: 

July 1, 2024 (Primary Election)


Early Primary Voting Begins:

July 3, 2024

Voters must show ID when voting in person. The Kingman Public Library will be serving as an early voting site and is located at 3269 N. Burbank St, Kingman, AZ 86409


Last Day to Request an Early Primary Ballot by mail:

July 19, 2024


Mail in Your Early Primary Ballot: By 

Friday, July 26, 2024


Last Day to Vote Early in Person: Friday, July 26, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.
 

Primary Election Day:

7am - 7pm

Tuesday, July 30, 2024

County Elections Department

(928) 753-0733

Meet the candidate - Kingman

Meet Jennifer at the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman

Monday June 10th

doors open at 11:15 am

4536 Patsy Drive, at Northern, (off Route 66)

$3 at the door

pizza, donuts, and beverages available for donation

District 4 Candidate Debate

Golden Valley

Sunday June 9th

Time - 2pm - 5pm

Il Cafe

4095 Hwy 68

Golden Valley

Sponsored by Conservatives of Golden Valley

Candidates Forum - Meadview

June 22nd

1-4 pm

MCA Auditorium

247 Meadview Bvld

Sponsored by Community Organization of Meadview

Contact Connie 760-4641167

Dolan Springs Community Council

Meet the Candidates Event

TBA

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with Ernest Hancock on Freedom's Phoenix - TBA

with Ashley Geritch - TBA

 

 

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