Rep. Judy Burges makes international news

Arizona state Rep. Judy Burges (R-Dist.4) has made international news with her sponsorship of a recent bill (HB 2441) that would require presidential candidates who want to appear on a future Arizona ballot, to submit documents proving they meet the requirements to be president.

 Read the article which appeared in the Canadian Free Press here. The article is titled: Clever legislators in Arizona hit on new way to find Obama’s birth truth.

Rep. Burges also made the pages of the New York Times this week.

The bill was voted on in the House Government committee and passed by a 6 – 1 vote.

Birthers all? Of course not. This is about the rule of law.

2 Responses to Rep. Judy Burges makes international news

  1. Ben F says:

    The Secretary of State is now required to certify that all of the other candidates have met the minimum qualifications to hold office. This seems like a no-brainer that the voters should have confidence that ALL candidates have been certified eleigible.

    Rep Burges is a real patriot who has also been in the forefront on Second Amendment and Sovereignty legislation. Arizonans should be graeful that we have legislators with unquestioned integrity and solid core values like Rep. Burges.

  2. Westside Voter says:

    I’m happy to say Rep. Burges is my state representative. She is accessable to the voters of our district and that is worth its weight in gold when so many develop a disconnect from us once they are elected. She has my vote as long as she runs.