Doug Ducey on Civil Rights
Outreach to Navajo tribe: it's all about protecting jobs
Doug Ducey reached out to the Navajo people: "Doug Ducey is running to be the Governor of all the people of Arizona. He understands the issues important to the Navajo people, including access to a clean and reliable water supply, issues relating to jobs
and economic growth, and the need to fight back against harmful federal regulations that could shut down the Navajo Generating Station, which employs mostly Navajo people," wrote Ducey's communications director.
Not many Republicans reach out to the
heavily Democratic Navajo tribe, but Ducey says it's all about protecting jobs, especially the ones at Navajo Generating station in northern Arizona that employees hundreds of people. Ducey's communications director said, "If elected, Doug will work to
kickstart the economy for all of Arizona, remove harmful and burdensome regulations that are keeping businesses from putting people to work, and reform our K-12 education system to ensure that all students have access to a high-quality education.
Source: Navajo Post on 2014 Arizona gubernatorial race
, Aug 25, 2014
Solid conservative record on same sex marriage
State Treasurer Doug Ducey has picked up another conservative endorsement in the Arizona governor's race. The Concerned Woman Political Action Committee announced today it was backing Ducey in the crowded Republican primary to succeed term-limited
Jan Brewer. "Doug Ducey has a solid record on issues that matter to conservatives," said Concerned Women's CEO. The Washington group opposes abortion rights and same sex marriage.
Source: Phoenix Business Journal on 2014 Arizona gubernatorial race
, May 30, 2014
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