Wednesday at 5:00, in the back room at
The Office Restaurant and Bar on North Cortez Street.
First, learn about our 2018 Prescott Area Move To Amend Affiliate Plan.
Especially with last year’s mayoral election in Prescott so badly muddied by secret donations to political efforts for that critical local office, it is with acute disappointment that we observe the state Senate’s vote last week, approving, in a narrow margin – 17 to 13 – a measure that, since being signed into law this week by the governor, out
This letter, written by a leading member of our local affiliate, was published in the local newspaper. Note that it calls attention to our campaign to lobby city council for passage of a resolution. We have already drafted the resolution and begun contacting people. ...Michael Adcock, Coordinator,.928-237-9143
Press coverage continues in the aftermath of an unfortunate event wherein Prescott Area Move To Amend was ousted from the local Fourth of July parade. Our local affiliate was stunned when we were ejected from the parade at the last minute. So we wrote the editor, and that was published (see next article below this one to read that letter). The editor wrote a reply a couple days later in which he/she acknowledged the importance of the Move To Amend cause. So, we thought that was that.
Below is the letter to the Editor of The Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona, published July 4, 2017.
Be sure to click on the video link at the end to see the real deal.
We of Prescott Area Move To Amend were thrilled to be approved for entry in the 2017 Prescott Frontier Days parade. So we were very disappointed when banned from the parade just a few minutes before the parade began.