It’s 2017, and my office finally takes credit cards

In the second decade of the 21st century, there is no reason Arizonans should have to come to the state Capitol, stand in line to pass a piece of paper across the counter and go home with that same piece of paper stamped “Approved” in order to move their business forward. I share Gov. Doug …

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Open and Transparent Environment Inspires Confidence

It’s been another interesting week in the Secretary of State’s office as our staff began processing referenda petitions to stop implementation of SB1431, a law passed by the legislature to expand school vouchers. The Secretary of State’s Office is the the filing office for these kinds of petitions. When they come in, it’s our job …

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New laws go into effect today, including the Good Samaritan law!

If you see a child or pet locked in a hot car, you can now break-in to save them without fear of prosecution (just make sure to phone the police or animal control first!) As a pet parent to two Dobermans and a Dachshund, I took a pledge to never leave my four-legged buddies locked …

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Happy Independence Day!

As we prepare to celebrate our Nation’s founding on July 4, I am reminded of all the past and present patriots who made the ultimate sacrifice for our great country. They believed a core group of values bound by the right of self-governance made a nation truly free. They all have my deepest gratitude and …

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How Russia Wants to Undermine the U.S. Election – Time Magazine

What’s behind Russia’s effort to influence the U.S. election The leaders of the U.S. government, including the President and his top national-security advisers, face an unprecedented dilemma. Since the spring, U.S. intelligence and law-enforcement agencies have seen mounting evidence of an active Russian influence operation targeting the 2016 presidential election. It is very unlikely the …

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