Joan Greene showed the people of Arizona Congressional District (CD) Five that she is not afraid to go on television and explain her views on the issues and governing.
This is unlike her opponent Andy Biggs who prefers to legislate for the benefit of the fringe right, embrace positions (most of them fictional) that strain reality, and hide from the majority of the people in CD Five who might actually have the mental prowess to ask him questions if they had the chance.
Ms. Greene appeared on the October 25 edition of Sunday Square Off with Braham Resnik.
Please click here to watch the approximate five-minute segment.
In her solo appearance (Biggs was too chicken fecal matter to appear,) Ms. Greene told viewers that:
- She expects to do better because people are more aware of her and “her brand.”
- Biggs does not represent East Valley District values. Greene pointed out that Biggs has not voted for any COVID 19 relief measures. Biggs nonsupport for these vital measures, Greene maintains, does not help the “families or small businesses” in the East Valley. She also asserted that East Valley residents do not support the Trump policy (and Biggs favored) of separating children at the border from their parents.
- Bigg’s primary win in 2016 was questionable.
- The moderates in CD Five do not appreciate Mr. Biggs science-denying (like mask-wearing is the sign of a tyrannical government) conspiracy theory views and his being the Arizona “Communications Director for Trump.”
- She supports “logical, humane” immigration reform. She wants twenty-first-century technology at the border and not a wall.
- The top issues for voters in CD Five are “affordable health care, protecting Medicare and Social Security, protecting veterans, and a healthy economy.”
Commenting after the interview, Ms. Greene said:
“Honesty, accountability, an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay. These are the values we teach our children. We should expect the same values in the people we elect. I am ready to roll up my sleeves on day one and get to work for all of Arizona’s Fifth District.”
The people of CD Five deserve a public servant that will serve their interests and base policy decisions on reality in “working for a better tomorrow.”
Andy Biggs is not that person.
Voters should give Joan Greene a chance in eight days to prove that she is.
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