Who do you support for State Mine Inspector in Arizona in 2010?

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Since: Jun 09

Peoria, AZ

#1 Oct 15, 2010
Voting "R"
B Franklin

Cave City, KY

#2 Oct 19, 2010
Dude
Tony Harris

Tucson, AZ

#3 Oct 19, 2010
Better experience,better solutions
Kimberly Lawrence

Bullhead City, AZ

#4 Oct 20, 2010
Manny has first hand knowledge of the mining world and is passionate about safety and securing the dangerous mine shafts that pepper the state.
Donna

United States

#5 Oct 20, 2010
Manuel Cruz is the qualified candidate, hands down.
Dorothy

Campbell, NY

#6 Oct 20, 2010
Arizona needs a REAL Mine Inspector, not one they had to change the laws to allow.
TruthAz

Collierville, TN

#7 Oct 20, 2010
I think Manny Cruz would be a well rounded representative of the Mining industry, and I support his candidacy.
YoYoYo

United States

#8 Oct 20, 2010
Go Manny!
tstahl

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Oct 20, 2010
He is the most qualified candidate.
manoAZ

Scottsdale, AZ

#12 Oct 20, 2010
Cruz=mining experience within the last decade; Hart 50+ years ago
Nancy

Mesa, AZ

#13 Oct 20, 2010
Just wondering, is he legal? Did you see his papers? I want to see his papers published. How do I know I can trust he is legal? Is all his family legal? I think this is important.
Val

AOL

#14 Oct 20, 2010
With all the issues we've had worldwide regarding underground mining disasters, Arizona needs someone in that office who has actually worked in those mines, not someone who helped his grandpa when he was a child and claims that that is experience.
Val

AOL

#15 Oct 20, 2010
Nancy, his family, as many families with a Hispanic name, has been in Arizona since before it was a state.
kiraesq

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Oct 21, 2010
He wants to enforce safety rules.
Rachel Harbour

United States

#17 Oct 21, 2010
He actually cares about mine safety vs corporate agendas
Eli Blake

Glen Ellyn, IL

#18 Oct 22, 2010
I don't understand why anybody would vote for Joe Hart. He's been there for eight years and he's a complete do-nothing. We pay him $70,000 a year and all he does is go in his office and hang out all day. He doesn't go into the field (he can't because he's not certified in mine safety himself (!) and he has done absolutely nothing in eight years, besides prove himself unqualfied for the job (i.e. suggesting that we fill in dangerous old mines by dumping tires and perhaps other refuse down them.)

If the state was sending him a check to sit at home and do what he does in the office people would complain about welfare abuse.
Eli Blake

Glen Ellyn, IL

#19 Oct 22, 2010
At least he's not a do-nothing.
Eli Blake

Glen Ellyn, IL

#20 Oct 22, 2010
Kanab, Utah? I live in Joseph City, AZ, about 200 miles from Kanab. What is this computer doing anyway?
Frank

Sun City, AZ

#21 Oct 27, 2010
Cruz will tow the environmental wacko line and negatively affect mining in Arizona.
Jack

Peoria, AZ

#22 Oct 27, 2010
Joe digs this job. :-)

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