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Felicia French
State Senator - District 6
Democratic
https://frenchforaz.com/
I’m Felicia French, a third generation Arizonan running for state Senate for LD 6, where I’ve lived for nearly 19 years. I’m a nurse, U.S. Army and National Guard veteran and a proud, single mom. I’ve been a medevac helicopter pilot, educator, a sustainability scientist, and senior medical advisor in Afghanistan, as well as an equal employment officer. A highlight of my military service during the Cold War was the honor of bearing witness to the fall of the Berlin Wall. After retiring from the military, I've volunteered with Arizona Trail Angels, AmeriCares, and the Sierra Club, as well as my Community Emergency Response Team in Pine. Most recently, I volunteered as a nurse on the Navajo Nation to support COVID-19 efforts. I’m running on the values all Arizonans share: first and foremost, no matter where a child lives, they should be able to attend a great public school; I also want to ensure that everyone, especially people in our rural communities, including our tribal nations, can afford and access quality health care; and finally, I want to strengthen local control and make our state government more accountable to each of us.

Wendy Rogers
State Senator - District 6
Republican
http://WendyRogers.org
I am fighting to protect our God-given rights, our borders, and the state of Arizona from socialists and liberals. My platform is to 1) Protect our guns 2) Protect life 3) Ban sanctuary cities 4) Protect our border 5) Take care of our veterans 6) SUPPORT PRESIDENT TRUMP. I can't fight this fight alone and need your help. Will you stand with me and send me to the state Senate to be an unabashed pro-America conservative? As a former Air Force pilot, I know what its like to fight. I don't owe lobbyists or special interests ANYTHING. I will only work for you. I'm Wendy Rogers, and I ask for your vote.

Art Babbott
State Representative - District 6
Independent
https://artforaz.com
I am running as an Independent because dysfunctional and divisive party politics are not solving Arizona’s problems. Good ideas on issues such as teacher pay, water adequacy, job creation, and economic revival don’t come from just one party or perspective. A respected and effective Independent will be uniquely positioned to support good legislation no matter which side of the aisle it comes from. As a small business owner with 15 years in local elected office, I have built trusted relationships with a wide range of individuals and organizations. My “big tent” approach has earned me the support of the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona, Arizona Education Association, Arizona Technology Council, and many regional leaders. The Arizona legislature needs people with practical experience solving real problems at the local level. I bring a record of leadership in forest restoration, education, water resources, and small business development. Too many legislators are bought and paid for by dirty money from outside interests. I take no corporate PAC or party money and will answer to taxpayers -- not money and power. If you want politics done differently in Arizona, send someone different to do it. Together let's build an Independent bridge across the partisan divide.

Brenda Barton
State Representative - District 6
Republican
https://barton4az.com
The Rim country needs a strong advocate at the legislature where our concerns as rural Arizonans are easily lost in the shuffle. I’m proud to have served you in the state legislature and hope that my hard work has earned me your continued support. I love being able to have effected positive change for our district and our state. The hard work has paid off as more and more companies choose Arizona as the place to relocate. I have enjoyed working to secure additional funding for our local community colleges; taking care of our veterans; helping our first responders; funding our transportation/infrastructure needs. I served as Chair. of Land, Agriculture, Rural Affairs committee; Vice-Chairman of Energy, Environment Natural Resources; Chairman of Rural Caucus. The role of the government is not to create jobs, rather to facilitate a business environment in which job creation may flourish. To that end, we should consider reducing the burden of unnecessary regulations on business and ensure a well-educated and prepared workforce inventory for building a strong state economy coupled with the conservation of our quality of life in Arizona. Thank you for your continued support and allowing me to serve.

Walter "Walt" Blackman
State Representative - District 6
Republican
http://waltblackman.gop
I am a conservative and lifelong republican that advocates of the 2nd Amendment, defender of the Pro-life fight, affordable women's healthcare, and a leader in criminal justice reform keeps our communities and families safe. As an Arizona State Representative, it is my sworn responsibility to ensure parents-maintained their school choice rights, protect Arizonans from big government and out of control spending, which leads to increased taxes. It is imperative to the future of our children that teachers receive the respect and dignity of real pay raises, bonuses, and performance-based incentives. By advocating for rural development programs that generate jobs support ranchers and creates revenue, with this economic prosperity is within reach. Investing in Northern Arizona infrastructure, protecting our forest, and developing agriculture creates job growth and financial stability. Our ranchers and farmers are vital to our survival; they generate goods and products that drive our revenue and fuel our economy to record levels of success. Veterans deserve the very best our state can offer; innovative approaches of healthcare choices are owed to them. It's an honor to serve every one of you. As your LD6 representative, I work for you because I answer to you.

Coral J Evans
State Representative - District 6
Democratic
https://coralevansaz.com
My family has lived in Northern Arizona for four generations. My grandfather moved his family to Flagstaff in the 1940s to work as a lumberjack. I still live here with my daughter in the house he built. I first ran for office because the local government wasn’t listening to the people they represented, and for the last 12 years I’ve had the great pleasure of public service. I’ve seen people come together to support each other, to support our schools, churches, and institutions, and to create home-grown solutions to local issues. Together, we brought a Veteran’s Home to Flagstaff, helped incubate small businesses, funded after school care, and expanded library hours. I’ve seen education funding in Arizona fall to 49th place. I’ve seen small business owners fight obstacles to bring their dreams to fruition. I’ve seen the legislature pass legislation that prevents communities from solving their own problems. This is why I’m running for the Arizona State House. Our families deserve quality schools. Our small businesses need support to help them grow. Our cities and towns need the freedom to make their own decisions. Together we can preserve the spirit and character of rural Arizona--because we, too, are Arizona!

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