SaddleBrooke group hosts candidate meet and greet

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Everyone, regardless of political affiliation, is invited to attend a Democratic Meet and Greet at the MountainView Clubhouse in SaddleBrooke, on Thurs., Oct. 11, from 4:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.

More than 30 Democratic candidates will be on the ballot this Nov. and have been invited to meet the public in an informal setting.

The candidates will have tables around the large ballroom and the public is encouraged to meet the office seekers, ask questions and take their literature.

Former Surgeon General Richard Carmona, running for the US Senate, will be in attendance.

Candidates for the Arizona Senate and the Arizona House of Representatives who have been invited are Barbara McGuire, Ernest Bustamante, Emily Verdugo, Jo Holt, and David Joseph.

Pinal County officers and office seekers who plan to attend are Jim Walsh-County Attorney, Barbara Kelly-Recorder, Dolores Doolittle-Treasurer, Randy Robbins-Assessor, Kevin Taylor-Sheriff, Henry Wade-Supervisor, Pete Rios-Supervisor, and Orlenda Roberts, Superintendent of Schools.

Pima County candidates have also been invited to the event.

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