It is amazing how many people confuse professional associations with unions. It was time for me to set the record straight and share what the differences are and what a difference the professional association I belong to is making in keeping the healthcare union out of Arizona. Click here for an article I wrote for the Arizona Capitol Times.
While not successful for the 2020 Primary for the Arizona State House, I continue to be active in the Republican Party. Click here for the 21 minute podcast I participated in with the Arizona Republic on issues facing Congressional District 4, including preserving capitalism, guns, and water.
July 2020 - Selina is proud to be part of the leadership team of the professional association for nurses in Arizona. The Arizona Nurses Association worked with the Arizona Medical Association and the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association to prevent a California union from infiltrating Arizona through a ballot initiative. Click here for a letter explaining the harm the union-backed ballot initiative would have on Arizona nurses, patients, and hospitals.
The 2020 Purple Book is one of the most comprehensive voter guides I have seen for the voter to compare and contrast the candidates running for Legislative District 1 for the Arizona State House. Since the voter has to pick candidates for two open seats, this is a great source for detailed information on each of the five candidates. Click here to view a copy.
The Arizona Republic has done a great job gathering candidate information for an online Voter Guide. Click here to compare and contrast the five candidates running for the two open positions for the State House.
Click here to see the Prescott Daily Courier Editorial Board Primary Election recommendations. Based on background, experience, and track record, among other information, the Courier endorsements mean a lot to local candidates such as myself who have grown up in this District.
A thank you goes out to the Center for Arizona Policy coordinating the 2020 Voter Guide. The Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit educational and advocacy group whose mission is to promote and defend the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom. To see my responses compared to the other candidates, click here.
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission Voter Education Guide is out and in the mail. For an electronic copy click here. See page 19 of the Candidate Statement Pamphlet for my comments on why I am running and some of the priorities I will bring to this office.
I appreciated this opportunity to be part of the forum on June 26th sponsored by the Citizens Water Advisory Group (CWAG). Just pondering the questions helps us as candidates to take a deeper dive into water issues. These are complicated concerns and my objective is to propose solutions and be part of the answers. Click here to view the forum.
June 23rd was the Yavapai County Republican Committee Candidate Forum. Click here to view the first 45 minutes showing the LD-1 Candidates. Use the scroll bar at the bottom of the video to view my introduction at 13:50. Question #1 is on taxes and size of government at 20:45. Question #2 is on public schools and political views in the classroom at 26:08. Question #3 is an individualized question, which in my case was on healthcare at 31:45. My closing statement is at 43:42.
Click here for a link to an article on Yavapai College 2019 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Award Recipient – Recognized for outstanding commitment and contribution to students and colleagues. NISOD is the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, a membership organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership at community and technical colleges.