AZ Rescue Mission W/ Rep. Alex Kolodin 6.3.23
Saturday at 1:30 PM MST
Thank you for RSVP'ing! You will receive the address in a text message from Jeff Caldwell. His number is 913-484-8404. See you on the 11th at 6:30pm!
Too busy to keep up with politics but want to learn what's happening? Tired of how things are being run and want to discover how to make a difference? Just want to meet like-minded neighbors and enjoy pie and coffee?
This neighborhood Meet & Greet is for you! We cover which radical left organizations to look out for & teach you why Katie Hobbs and the left are not representing us or the issues that matter most to you!
After we get to know our neighbors and grab some pie and coffee, Arizona State Representative Alex Kolodin, Fountain Hills City Councilman Allen Skillicorn & Grassroots Leader Merissa Hamilton will inform us on what's going on in the Arizona State and local Governments & how we are able to make a difference in policy and political decisions.
Katie Hobbs has vetoed more bills [including bipartisan ones] that has crossed her desk than any other Arizonan Governor in history. Hobbs is doing the opposite of what she campaigned to do. She is creating chaos & division in the state.
Location: RSVP for Address. It's located at a neighbor's house down the street off Sirocco Dr & Parlin Dr
Date: Saturday, June 3rd, 2023
Promo Code: Enter promo code PIE when RSVP'ing to zero out the donation request and then we will text you the address.
About AZ State Representative Alex Kolodin: Alex Kolodin graduated from Chandler High School. Kolodin earned a degree from Georgetown University and a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania. His career experience includes founding the Kolodin Law Group and working as an attorney.
About Fountain Hills Town Councilman Allen Skillicorn: Skilicorn is an influential member of the Fountain Hills Town Council's freshman class. He describes himself as a "serial entrepreneur owning multiple small businesses" and the "executive director for good government group Grassroots Revolution." He also previously served as a state lawmaker in Illinois.
About Merissa Hamilton: Merissa Hamilton has worked with elected officials at all levels of government on essential reforms to stop bad government in its tracks, protecting individual liberty and personal responsibility. In 2020, she ran for Phoenix mayor, resulting in the highest number of votes for a non-incumbent in City history, stopping the defunding of the police, killing BLM plaza, and halting the vaccine mandates against City of Phoenix employees with the support of grassroots leaders from across the valley. Merissa previously served as the Chair of the Policing Sub-Committee on the Arizona Legislature’s Ad Committee on Criminal Justice and Director of Constituent Services for Councilman Sal DiCiccio at the City of Phoenix. She co-founded Strong Communities Action with an initiative called EZAZ.org, making civic action easy as pie so that citizens can effectively influence their government with just 15 minutes a week to save their state, mobilizing hundreds of volunteers and thousands of action alert responses by grassroots voters every month. She led the successful grassroots campaign to elect Warren Petersen as Senate President -- returning the Legislature to the people instead of special interests.
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