Jewish dating in glendale arizona
Among these actions were the cancellation of the state's paid Martin Luther King Jr.
Day and creating an unpaid King holiday on a Sunday, attributing high divorce rates to working women, and his defense of the word "pickaninny" in describing African American children.
Barr failed to spend much of his campaign war chest in the primary, ending his campaign with over a million dollars on hand.
The general election of 1986 saw a three-way race for governor.
As a dealer, he appeared regularly in local television commercials and adopted his trademark motto of "If you can't deal with Mecham, you just can't deal." The Glendale dealership served as a base for other family-owned businesses, including Mecham Racing, Hauahaupan Mining Company and several auto dealerships in other states.
As a newspaper publisher trying to break into the Phoenix and Tucson markets, Mecham testified before the U. Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee on July 13, 1967.Periodic runs for political office earned him a reputation as a perennial candidate along with the nickname of "The Harold Stassen of Arizona" before he was elected governor, under the Republican banner.As governor, Mecham was plagued by controversy almost immediately after his inauguration and became the first U. governor to simultaneously face removal from office through impeachment, a scheduled recall election, and a felony indictment. Mecham served one term as a state senator before beginning a string of unsuccessful runs for public office.His victory during the 1986 election began with a surprise win of the Republican nomination, followed by a split of the Democratic party during the general election, resulting in a three-way race.While Governor, Mecham became known for statements and actions that were widely perceived as insensitive to minorities.
Search for jewish dating in glendale arizona:
The Democratic Party had selected the state Superintendent of Public Education, Carolyn Warner, as its candidate.