We are very excited about Saturday'sMaking Your Voice Countevent featuring some of Arizona's top leaders! Tickets will be available at the door, but we encourage you to get them now so you won't have to wait in line to buy them Saturday morning. Tickets are only $10/person with a maximum of $25/family. Invite your friends to join you for this unique opportunity!
Making Your Voice Count Saturday, February 21 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Doors open at 9:00 a.m. Calvary Community Church (map) 12612 N Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix
How can you be you sure that when you contact your state or federal representatives, they understand what you are trying to communicate? Your time is valuable and the issues are important. Learn insider tips from key decision makers in Washington D.C. and our state Capitol so you can truly Make Your Voice Count!
This unique opportunity is unlike any event we've ever done - bringing in the decision makers to teach specifically how to be effective in making your voice count when you speak out on important issues. These friends of the family and of Center for Arizona Policy will share what works - and what doesn't.
U.S. Senator Jon Kyl. As the Republican Whip, Sen. Kyl is the second-ranking member of the Senate Republican Leadership and responsible for building support on key issues. He serves on the Senate's Finance Committee and on the Judiciary Committee. In 2008 he was named as one of the top ten Senators by Time magazine.
Arizona Senator Bob Burns. Elected in November 2002 to represent Legislative District 9 in the Arizona State Senate, Sen. Burns is now the President of the Senate as well as the Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee. Sen. Burns' political experience extends beyond his substantial time in the state's legislature. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, as well as serving as a legislative district chairman, precinct committeeman, deputy registrar and volunteer lobbyist for the child care industry.
Arizona Representative Kirk Adams. An advocate of conservative politics and small business, Rep. Adams has worked on an aggressive agenda of reform which includes: healthcare reform; initiative reform; tax reform; CPS reform; and transparency in government. Rep. Adams, D19, is the Speaker of the House and serves on the House Rules Committee. In 2008 he received two awards for his work on these issues: the "Courage for Children" Award by the Arizona Association for Foster and Adoptive Parents for his work on CPS reform and the "Freedom of Information" Award from the Arizona Newspaper Association.
CAP President Cathi Herrod. Since joining CAP in 1997, Cathi has directed the organization's efforts to educate and inform policy makers at the Arizona Legislature. Highlights of Cathi's legislative work include parental consent for abortion, covenant marriage, protection of children from internet pornography, and regulations for abortion clinics. Arizona newspapers have recognized Cathi as one of the top five female lobbyists and as one of the key people at the Arizona Capitol. She was featured in a front page New York Times story on parental involvement abortion laws.
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