Thursday, January 31, 2013

Arpaio Recall Group's Website "Live", Features Downloadable Petition

The website for Respect Arizona, the group heading up the new effort to recall Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, has gone "live" this morning, and features a downloadable petition that anyone can circulate.

The petition page features detailed instructions which any potential volunteer circulator must follow in order for the signatures to be valid under Arizona law.  First and foremost is to have legal-sized paper (8.5" x 14") in the printer.

Although the group is going by "Respect Arizona", the website address is  They have set up their Facebook page, but the Twitter and YouTube icons are not yet live.

There is also a "donate" page, that notes that there is no limit to the amount of contributions to their committee, and requests that people mail checks in.  There is not (yet) the ability to donate online.

Arpaio's Campaign Manager Chad Willems has already called on Respect Arizona to release a list of its donors immediately, before required to do so under Arizona campaign finance law.

We welcome your comments about this post. Or, if you have something unrelated on your mind, please e-mail to info-at-arizonaspolitics-dot-com or call 602-799-7025. Thanks.

1 comment:

Pamela Jane said...

85653 I will not sign a petition to recall Sheriff Joe. He has had nothing but integrity and the backbone to fight the illegals bombarding our borders.we live in the corridor and have large group of illegals going through all most daily. He does everything he can to stop it. It have to be Democrats pushing this recall. Obama people.drug bundles were found in the wash behind us recently. My grand children play back there. They need protection. They need people like Sheriff Joe so get of it!