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Tag Archives: Nancy Young Wright

The Debate Over Debates

There are certain sillinesses that go on every election that remind us that, yes, it is time to exercise our franchise soon. For example, I got an e-mail from Ally Miller’s campaign alleging that Nancy Young Wright was messing with her signs. Yeah. One of the other biannual rituals is a candidate complaining that the […]

Final Darts Thrown Before the Primary: Supervisor District 1

Admittedly, Nancy Young Wright’s chances of getting elected depend on whether the Republicans go full on Tea Party in their primary. And by full on Tea Party, I mean whether they nominate Ally Miller. I only know Mike Hellon and Vic Williams by reputation, but I’ve actually met Stuart McDaniel a couple of times. I […]

First in Phoenix?

I talked to someone up in Phoenix the other day and asked him about which of his fellow Maricopa politicos will be the first to endorse Richard Carmona. You may recall that last week, Don Bivens released a list of endorsers that included former Tucson area legislator Nancy Young Wright. My source said to look […]

Young Wright to Run for Supervisor

There has been speculation that former Representative Nancy Young Wright may either run for legislature, or instead try for the Pima County Board of Supervisors. Speculation is over: Board of Supervisors it is. Press release after the jump. She’ll be facing the winner of a Republican primary that features businessman Charlie Bowles, Young Wright’s former […]

Bivens Announces More Endorsements

Don Bivens has announced a pace of endorsements from “key” Democrats. For you kids that haven’t been paying attention, “key” means that they have endorsed your candidate. “Irrelevant” means they have endorsed the other guy. One interesting name is Nancy Young Wright, who would be the first Bivens endorsement on Richard Carmona’s home turf. So, […]


Terri Proud has joined the anti-Independent Redistricting chorus on the right. Like Frank Antenori and Jack Harper, she seems to think that griping, stomping and whining about the process, established by a constitutional amendment passed by voters in 1998, will make it go away and they will somehow be in charge the way God and […]

Dissin’ Ray Carroll

Ray Carroll has been claiming that his pushing for Don Jorgenson over Nancy Young Wright for the District 26 house appointment was because he believes that the board is obligated to always vote for the top vote getter among the precinct committeepeople. This begs the question of why the authors of the statute thought it […]