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10/17/21 PICNIC

Ellen Brant, one of nearly 200 attendees, listening intently to one of many passionate Candidates who spoke at the recent FHRC Annual Picnic.

Attendees at the recent FHRC Picnic look well satisfied with the victuals! Phil Yin, Former US Marine and Purple Heart Recipient, who led the Pledge of Allegiance at the FHRC Annual Picnic, speaking with Candidate Alex Kolodin, who will be running for a seat in the Arizona House.

Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Salmon and family stopped by one of the many Republican Candidate’s booths at the recent FHRC Annual Picnic.

AZ State Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita, who is running for Az Secretary of State, arriving at the FHRC Picnic accompanied by her daughter.

Former Congressman Matt Salmon, one of many familiar faces who is running for Governor of Arizona, spoke passionately to nearly 200 attendees at the FHRC Annual Picnic.

Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Salmon and family stopped by one of the many Republican Candidate’s booths at the recent FHRC Annual Picnic.

Alex Kolodin, Candidate running in LD 23 (which includes Fountain Hills) for a seat in the Arizona State House, provided one of the many strong presentations to the nearly 200 attendees at the recent FHRC Annual Picnic. 

Joe Arpaio, who recently declared his candidacy for Mayor of the Fountain Hills, spoke of his great love and long term concerns for his home town to the nearly 200 attendees at the FHRC Annual Picnic.

Jim Lamon, one of several strong candidates for the US Senate, returned to FH to make his case, this time to nearly 200 attendees at the recent FHRC Annual Picnic.

Our Congressman David Schweikert, took his time with the microphone to share the disturbing news that in the proposed $5 trillion dollar Washington DC bill that if passed will make Arizona a Union State. This was the first many of the nearly 200 attendees at the FHRC Annual Picnic had heard of this provision. It was agreed that unions were needed 90 years ago but one of the reasons Arizona’S economy keeps rolling along is the State’s right to work law. There are many other horrendous provisions that the bill has hidden and are not included in the “sweet” new socialist welfare programs offered for “free” that are currently flooding the airways.

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