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Joe Arpaio for Sheriff 2020

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Joe seems pretty committed to his 2020 run. His Twitter is ablaze with 2020 grifting. Will Joe be returned to office? Only The Shadow knows.

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NBC: 'They don't want him back': Inside Joe Arpaio's long shot comeback attempt:
The former sheriff is running to get his old job back, but he faces bleak odds.

* * *

Jerry Sheridan, Arpaio's former second-in-command who will face his old boss in the GOP primary for sheriff, said he was disappointed when Arpaio backed out of a promise to support his campaign.

"I think what he fails to realize is that his time is over because the people, after 24 years, have made it clear they don't want him back," said Sheridan.

Arpaio acknowledged early conversations about Sheridan's candidacy but sums up with this: "People have a right to change their minds and run for office."
:violin:

And:
Since losing in 2016, Arpaio has kept occupied by making social media posts about his beefs with other politicians, traveling across the country to speak to Republican groups and endorsing a colorful list of candidates.

He endorsed an India-born candidate who ran on the slogan "only a real Indian can defeat the fake Indian" in the race won by Sen. Elizabeth Warren; a losing Senate candidate in Missouri who made a social media post that railed against "nail-biting manophobic hell-bent feminist she devils"; and Dennis Hof, the Nevada pimp-turned-politician whose birthday bash was attended by Arpaio, porn star Ron Jeremy and tax-cut activist Grover Norquist, just hours before Hof died of a heart attack.
Whadda track record: Arpaio endorsed two losers and a dead guy.

Bonus:
Arpaio isn't running because he needs money.

He has two pensions, one from his earlier 27-year tenure as a federal Drug Enforcement Administration agent and another from his second career as sheriff, and he and his wife of 61 years, Ava, own a home valued at $400,000 and nearly $2.5 million in commercial real estate.
"Needs" is doing all the heavy lifting there.
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Miki Booth is terribly worried about Joe's 2020 campaign but thankfully she gave $25 (unless she was lying again/still). That should go a long way.


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Doesn't she slither around in Oklahoma? What's it to her? :lol:

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$25 down the shitter. At least Miki has $25 less now to give to the madman in D.C. for his re-election.
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Ariz. Rep.: Donald Trump and Martha McSally won't win Arizona if Joe Arpaio runs for sheriff:
Opinion: We cannot let Joe Arpaio make the 2020 election about him. Not if we want other Republican candidates to win.

There have been some famous political campaigns based entirely on vanity. Ross Perot’s quixotic adventure of 1992, which handed the White House to Bill Clinton, comes to mind.

* * *

However, nothing compares to the vanity of Joe Arpaio's 2020 comeback for Maricopa County Sheriff, a post he held for 24 years before losing to Paul Penzone.

The odds of Arpaio winning a Penzone rematch are extremely low. The odds of him managing the office well, if he were to win, are zero.

I don’t know many people who think an 88-year-old – in the odd chance he wins – should be working a full-time job, let alone a job that entails overseeing one of the most important law-enforcement entities in the state.

* * *

As someone who wants Trump to win Arizona’s electoral votes and for Sen. Martha McSally to beat Democratic challenger Mark Kelly, I can’t think of a worse distraction than Arpaio winning the GOP nomination for sheriff.

He just won’t be able to help himself. He will do his best to make the entire 2020 election about him. It’s been his modus operandi since the 1990s.

* * *

One of the worst things imaginable for Trump and McSally will be Arpaio’s access to microphones and press coverage leading up to the November general election. He will suck the air out of the room and be a nonstop distraction, potentially pulling the entire ticket down with him.

Trump and McSally supporters should be praying that someone with courage, conviction and credibility steps forward to challenge Arpaio in the primary election.
And:
Republicans should agree that is time for the Arpaio nightmare to end. Seriously, we are better than this.
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Also Ariz. Rep.: 3 ways Donald Trump and Martha McSally could avert the disaster that is Joe Arpaio:
Opinion: Joe Arpaio running for Maricopa County sheriff poses a big problem in Arizona for President Donald Trump and Sen. Martha McSally. Here are three ways they can avert disaster.

* * *

1. Donald Trump appoints Arpaio to be ambassador to Burundi, alas making him unavailable to Make Maricopa County Safe Again. (I do hear that Burundi is good for bursitis.)

2. State GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward finds a viable alternative, convincing a top law enforcement official with impeccable credentials to run in the Republican primary against Arpaio.

Given that she hasn’t yet convinced any high-profile people to try to grab any of the five congressional seats held by Democrats or figured out a way to spare McSally a primary, this one seems about as likely as spotting a mermaid in Tempe Town Lake.

(U.S. Marshall David Gonzales comes to mind as a solid Republican candidate for sheriff, but I can’t imagine someone of his caliber being persuaded by Ward.)

Or 3. Arpaio puts his ego aside, realizing that he owes Trump for his pardon, and gracefully bows out of the race.

OK, quit laughing. No … really… stop it.

So yeah, the circus is coming to town, with flags a wavin’ and the clown car loaded and rarin’ to go.
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Guess Miki's 25 small didn't do the job. Wonder how much Defective Zullo contributed? No record of Zullo donations, and Miki's just listed as giving to Donald.



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Was it the Soros machine that beat Joe Arpaio in 2016 or Joe Arpaio?

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Holy shit. How old is the MoFo? Even my ultra conservative AZ sister and b-in-law would not vote for him. I think.

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:29 pm
Was it the Soros machine that beat Joe Arpaio in 2016 or Joe Arpaio?
Yes.

SuzieC wrote:
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How old is the MoFo?
Presently 87; will be 88 in January 2021 (when the office's next term starts).
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Daily Independent: Positions of power up for grabs in Maricopa County:
Penzone seeks second term with MCSO, room for new assessor after Petersen resigns

* * *

Here in Arizona, multiple positions of power are up for grabs. Among them are Maricopa County Sheriff and Assessor.

In the former position, incumbent Paul Penzone seeks a second go as the head of MCSO. His biggest challenge may be former Sheriff Joe Arpaio or the 87-year-old’s former chief deputy, Gerard “Jerry” Sheridan. Mr. Penzone defeated Mr. Arpaio in the 2016 election, ousting a then-sheriff who had served in the role for the past 24 years.

While those three appear to be the front runners, other possible candidates appear on the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office website. They are Lehland Burton of Mesa, Mike Crawford of Glendale and William Harrison Hall, who lists Sunflower and Glendale addresses in his statement of organization. The first two are running Republican while Mr. Hall is a Democrat.

According to the most recent campaign finance reports, Mr. Arpaio raised over $128,000 in the third quarter of 2019, compared to over $149,000 for Mr. Penzone and over $31,000 for Mr. Sheridan. Of the lesser known candidates, only Mr. Crawford posted a third-quarter report, raising just over $2,200.
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KNAU [AP]: Arpaio Raises More Campaign Funds Than Opponents In 2020 Race For Sheriff:
Republican Joe Arpaio has raised more campaign money than his opponents in the Maricopa County sheriff’s race.

The former six-term sheriff raised $351,000 from October through December and had a total of $656,000 in campaign funds at the beginning of 2020.

Sheriff Paul Penzone, the Democrat who defeated Arpaio in 2016, reported $151,000 in contributions during the three-month period and has $270,000 in campaign funds.

Jerry Sheridan, who is challenging Arpaio in the Republican primary, had $14,000 in contributions during that period. Sheridan, who worked under Arpaio in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in the past, had $39,000 at the end of 2019.
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Those are, to me, insane amounts of campaign money for sheriff's office.

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bob wrote:
Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:20 pm
KNAU [AP]: Arpaio Raises More Campaign Funds Than Opponents In 2020 Race For Sheriff:
Republican Joe Arpaio has raised more campaign money than his opponents in the Maricopa County sheriff’s race.

The former six-term sheriff raised $351,000 from October through December and had a total of $656,000 in campaign funds at the beginning of 2020.

Sheriff Paul Penzone, the Democrat who defeated Arpaio in 2016, reported $151,000 in contributions during the three-month period and has $270,000 in campaign funds.

Jerry Sheridan, who is challenging Arpaio in the Republican primary, had $14,000 in contributions during that period. Sheridan, who worked under Arpaio in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in the past, had $39,000 at the end of 2019.
I wonder how much of this money comes from outside Maricopa County? Ol' Joe is good at squeezing cash out of older RWNJs across the USA, but my guess is that the people who are going to be actually voting aren't as enthusiastic about him. At least I hope not.

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Somerset wrote:
Fri Jan 17, 2020 8:14 pm
bob wrote:
Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:20 pm
KNAU [AP]: Arpaio Raises More Campaign Funds Than Opponents In 2020 Race For Sheriff:
Republican Joe Arpaio has raised more campaign money than his opponents in the Maricopa County sheriff’s race.

The former six-term sheriff raised $351,000 from October through December and had a total of $656,000 in campaign funds at the beginning of 2020.

Sheriff Paul Penzone, the Democrat who defeated Arpaio in 2016, reported $151,000 in contributions during the three-month period and has $270,000 in campaign funds.

Jerry Sheridan, who is challenging Arpaio in the Republican primary, had $14,000 in contributions during that period. Sheridan, who worked under Arpaio in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in the past, had $39,000 at the end of 2019.
I wonder how much of this money comes from outside Maricopa County? Ol' Joe is good at squeezing cash out of older RWNJs across the USA, but my guess is that the people who are going to be actually voting aren't as enthusiastic about him. At least I hope not.
As do I, he just needs to disappear.
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I didn't know you were allowed to run for Sheriff if you have a conviction on your record :think: Pretty sure I recall that it was brought up to him in an interview that in order to accept a pardon he has to be convicted, admittedly he seemed dumbstruck by that.

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Do you think Realist would enjoy a personalized photo to help him feel better? Or could we get it through and get one autographed to The Fogbow? So many wonderful ideas.
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Orlylicious wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:39 pm
Do you think Realist would enjoy a personalized photo to help him feel better? Or could we get it through and get one autographed to The Fogbow? So many wonderful ideas.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio @RealSheriffJoe Jan 28

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PNT: Arpaio Leads in Sheriff’s Race Cash, But Just 1 in 8 of His Donors Are Arizonans:
This is the first in a three-part series on money in the 2020 Maricopa County sheriff’s race. Parts two and three will be published on Wednesday and Thursday.

When longtime Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio ran for a seventh term in 2016, he raised over $12 million — largely from out-of-state donors.

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The controversial ex-sheriff has far out-raised all the other candidates in the 2020 sheriff’s race up until this point, but has done so by relying heavily on out-of-state donors, according to a Phoenix New Times analysis of campaign filings.

Seven in eight of Arpaio’s reported donors this election cycle are from out of state, the data shows.

Meanwhile, Arpaio’s competitors, Democratic Sheriff Paul Penzone and Republican Jerry Sheridan, the former chief deputy under Arpaio, have amassed fewer dollars and donors than the 87-year old Arpaio. But they’ve culled nearly all of their support from local sources.

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For this story, New Times mined roughly 3,000 individual contributions and hundreds of pages of 2019 campaign filings, reviewing the names, addresses, and donation amounts for all contributors who gave the candidates more than $50 in 2019.

Of the 1,838 people who gave Arpaio’s campaign more than $50 last year, only 230 of them — or one-eighth — hailed from Arizona.

By contrast, Penzone received donations over $50 from 527 individual contributors, and all but 16 of them were from an Arizonan.

The millions of dollars that fueled Arpaio’s last campaign have yet to be seen this time around, but he and Penzone, the two top-raising candidates, each have earned hundreds of thousands in individual contributions. Arpaio has raised just over $480,000, and Penzone has raised nearly $380,000.

Sheridan, who hopes to emerge victorious against his former boss in the August 4 primary election, is far behind both front-runners in fundraising at this point, having raised $46,000. But he also got most of his support locally — only six of his 78 donors who gave over $50 lived outside Arizona.

New Times’ analysis of the contributions revealed that most people who gave over $50 to Arpaio were from California. The next top states for Arpaio donors were Arizona, Texas, Florida, and New York. The non-Arizona donors hail from every state in the union except the smallest — Rhode Island.

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Arpaio said the comparatively low local support his campaign filings show is “misleading” because it doesn’t include donations $50 and under, which make up about half of what he’s raised so far.

“Every elected official gets money out of their jurisdiction,” Arpaio continued. “If you’re running for Congress, you don’t just get it for your little district. People do support me around the country. I got more money than Penzone — double it.”

According to the latest campaign filings, Arpaio actually has more than double what Penzone has in cash to start out 2020. Arpaio began the election cycle with over $460,000 in cash reserves, and he's spent over $280,000. The latest data shows Arpaio has about $656,000 in campaign funds, while Penzone has $270,000.

But he declined to share the names or addresses of donors who gave $50 or less, which he’s not required to release according to Maricopa County policy.
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Exactly to plan, then. :bored:
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Maybe we could get a full size photo of Sheriff Joe that eftevio could bring with him to his dialyfis feffions.

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:34 pm
Maybe we could get a full size photo of Sheriff Joe that eftevio could bring with him to his dialyfis feffions.
PNT: High-Profile Arizonans Offer High-Dollar Donations to Penzone for Sheriff:
This is the second story in a three-part series on money in the 2020 Maricopa County sheriff’s race. Part one, a look at Republican candidate Joe Arpaio’s campaign financing . . . . Part three will be published on Thursday.

* * *

Penzone also received funding from several attorneys in local law offices, including DM Cantor Law Group.

Of the criminal defense attorneys listed on the firm’s website, all but one donated to Penzone in 2019.

Christine Whalin, a partner and managing attorney at the firm, said she can’t speak for others, but she donated because she’s seen conditions improve for inmates since the sheriff assumed office.

“Penzone feeds people three times a day — Sheriff Joe didn’t,” Whalin said. “They’re not being treated the way that they were treated before.”

Whalin also mentioned that the law office displays art on its walls that demonstrates employees’ feelings about former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

“We’ve got, you know, Joe-Zo the clown," Whalin said, referring to a painting of Arpaio dressed as a clown. “It doesn’t hide our disdain for Sheriff Joe when he was in office.”

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