by David Safier
Here's a comparison between Nancy Young Wright and Ally Miller put out by Young Wright's campaign. It drills down into some of the important contrasts between the two candidates for Pima County Supervisor, District 1.
If I were to choose one statement to single out, it would be the one stating that Miller "Denies her TEA PARTY membership." Ally is proud to say she helped found the Pima County Tea Party Patriots . . . when she's in front of a like-minded audience. But when she's afraid someone else might be listening, her notoriously bad temper flares, and she calls references to her Tea Party membership attempts to "demonize" her and to "make me sound like an evil, horrible person." She typifies them as "just horrible stories and lies about me." The next day, she's back telling supporters about her Tea Party roots.
[Full disclosure: I volunteer with Nancy Young Wright's campaign. The comparison piece below lives in the fact-based community, as do I.]