United Republicans For Arizona
Elections ought to be about the representation of issues, not the election of candidates. Jefferson believed individual values and beliefs, when expressed through elections, provide the most appropriate foundation for maintaining our Republic. Stemming from his profound optimism in human reason and common sense, Jefferson believed the best defense against tyranny is when individuals actively engage in conversations around issues with their neighbors and community members. Establishing what he called Wards at the local level, Jefferson encouraged the creation of network hubs of civic activism to build county and state legislative bodies that represented the will of the individual to manage their affairs.
In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.