Sproul signs up another Tucson candidate

Our East Valley sources have alerted us that Tempe-based Lincoln Strategy Group will be running the Ann Day for Supervisor campaign in Pima County. This is in addition to being contracted to handle the congressional campaign of Tim Bee in CD 8.

One has to wonder with all their recent work down in Southern Arizona how much longer the firm will be based out of Maricopa County.

Back in December of 2007 we covered the personalities behind the newly-minted Lincoln Strategy Group.

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6 Responses to Sproul signs up another Tucson candidate

  1. Ajo Joe says:

    Why would any legitimate politician align with this fellow? His efforts at removing his name from his company to conceal his identity were fortunately, unsuccessful. But many people are AZ newcomers and night not realize with whom they are partnering. This guy is no Lincoln!!

  2. MacBeth says:

    In addition to the rest of his “issues,“ his success rate is very low. The marriage amendment should have passed easily in AZ. Ditto the repeal of the incorrectly named clean elections, which is actually public funding of campaigns. Both should have passed easily. Both tanked.

  3. Vince says:

    Maybe he’ll do a better job for out-of-towners?

  4. Sam says:

    This is a readable article on Mr. Sproul–er–Lincoln:

    http://www.baltimorechronicle.com/070505Miller-Irmus.shtml

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