OCT 28 Show: Dwight Kadar on Prop Votes and Endorsements – Learn the truth of each Prop
Posted On October 24, 2022
Brian Sussman talks with Dwight Kadar, our political guru on AZ state politics about the Propositions on the ballot this election.
Don’t believe the proposition titles! Just because it sounds good, does not mean that the truth is told. It takes education and knowledge to understand the true meaning being each proposition. Dwight will guide us on the best way to vote on each prop.
Here is a quick guide of the endorsements and best way to vote on Props!
VOTER GUIDE FOR NOVEMBER 8, 2022 ELECTION
Blake Masters – U.S. Senate for AZ
Eli Crane – U.S. Congressional District 2 for AZ
AZ STATE LEGISLATURE
Selina Bliss & Quang Nguyen – LD1 State Representatives
Ken Bennett – LD1 State Senator
Kari Lake – Governor
Nick Meyer & Kevin Thompson – Corporate Commissioners
Mark Finchem – Secretary of State
Abraham Hamadeh – Attorney General
Tom Horne – Schools
Kimberly Lee – Treasurer
Paul Marsh – Mine Inspector
Samaire Armstrong – Sedona Mayor
128 – YES – Allows legislature to amend or repeal ballot measures ruled to be invalid or unconstitutional
129 – YES – Citizen ballot measures- only a single subject
130 – YES – Legislature may set property tax exemptions
131 – YES – Office of the Lt. Governor – same ticket as Gov.
132 – YES – Supermajority of 60% to pass taxes
209 – NO – Limit interest on healthcare to 3%; so low that nobody will finance it, paid by Labor Unions
211 – NO – Disclosure of original campaign sources; imposes long delays & red tape
308 – NO – Allows taxpayer subsidized tuition for illegals
309 – YES – Better voter ID for mail-in & in-person ballots
310 – NO – Additional 0.1% sales tax for Fire Districts
About Dwight Kadar
Dwight Kadar is founder of numerous community organizations, and a hardworking political activist. Dwight was co-awarded Republican Party of Arizona’s “Champions of the GOP” in 2020 for his ongoing efforts supporting President Trump and Legislative District Six candidates.
Dwight has been a Precinct Committeemen in Yavapai County’s Scarlett Precinct (Sedona) since 2013; was elected State Delegate in 2016 and 2020; and was elected Congressional District One Member-at-Large and Executive Committee member in 2021. He is the Chairman of the newly formed Republican Party of Arizona’s Candidate Committee which will assist people interested in running for elected office in 2022.
Dwight is the Chairman of the Guardian Defense Fund, a 501(c) 4 that is undertaking litigation to fight back against the weaponization of the “free press” and political process by holding Arizona Democrat Legislators, news media, and social media accountable for advancing malicious, defamatory, and fallacious allegations that Representative Mark Finchem, Electoral College Elector Anthony Kern, Congressman Paul Gosar, and others engaged in criminal activities on January 6, 2020 at the United States Capitol.
Dwight co-established with his wife Andrea Kadar, Citizens for America, a Verde Valley political activist and voter education effort in 2012 that is still going strong today. Their monthly meetings are always sold-out.
Dwight was elected National Delegate representing Arizona’s First Congressional District in 2016 and National Delegate-at-Large in 2020 to the Republican National Conventions in Cleveland and Charlotte, respectively.
Dwight co-established Arizona Liberty, a Sedona activist group, to stop the proposed designation of 160,000 acres surrounding Sedona as a “National Monument” in 2015 and was co-awarded the Americans for Prosperity (Arizona) “Activists of the Year” for his efforts.