Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Politics On The Rocks presents the 2010 Election Event

Politics on the Rocks is pleased to announce our 2010 Election networking event featuring Ben Quayle, David Schweikert, Doug Ducey, Tom Horne, and Bill Montgomery at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale on Thursday, October 21st at 7:00 PM in the “Camelback Ballroom.” This free event is in coordination with our marketing partner Gem Ray and Scottsdale Nights and is open to the public. The Phoenician is ranked as one of the top resorts in the world! The Phoenician is located at 6000 East Camelback Road Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

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Ben Quayle has a diverse background in both law and business. After graduating from Duke University with a major in history, a minor in political science and a certificate in markets and management, Quayle attended the Vanderbilt School of Law. Ben Quayle was a member of the Executive Council to the Phoenix Boys & Girls Clubs, a member of the foundation board of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, along with other civic minded organizations. Ben is currently a candidate in the U.S. Congressional District 3 race. For more information on Ben Quayle's campaign, please take a look at his website:

David Schweikert, Candidate for United States Congressional District 5, will be speaking at this event. David was the former Maricopa County Treasurer and a resident of Fountain Hills, AZ. As Treasurer of Maricopa County, David was responsible for protecting billions of dollars of taxpayer money. One of his great successes was earning over 300 million dollars in investment income while never taking a loss during a volatile bond market. Schweikert received his MBA from the ASU W.P. Carey Executive Program and also holds a BA from the ASU School of Business. For more information on David Schweikert’s campaign, please take a look at his website:

Doug Ducey is a Candidate for Arizona Treasurer and former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery. Doug is a successful and principled businessman who went from ASU Student to W.P. Carey School of Business Hall of Fame. It became Doug's goal as a partner in the business and then as the leader and CEO of Cold Stone to bring that brand to life and share that experience with the world. When they sold the company, Cold Stone had over 1400 stores in all 50 states and 10 countries. "This state badly needs new leadership and a new beginning. With your help we can do better, and I know we will!" Take a look at this must see campaign video:
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Tom Horne, as a member of the state legislature, took a strong stance against excessive taxation and voted to cut personal income taxes, corporate income taxes, and property taxes. He supported law enforcement, which is essential to maintaining order in any civilized society. As State Superintendent of Schools, he made conservative principles work. During his tenure, he banned bilingual education, demanded excellence in education, and held schools, teachers, and students accountable for results. And it worked. Our schools are better, we spend less on administration, and taxpayers and students are reaping the benefits. To find out more about Tom Horne check out his website:

Bill Montgomery brings a wealth of experience and time-tested leadership to the voters of Maricopa County. He has dedicated his personal and professional life to serving others, as a West Point Graduate, Gulf War Veteran, professional prosecutor and Deputy County Attorney. Bill served with honor and distinction in the first Gulf War, receiving a Bronze Star. After the war, he earned a law degree from ASU, and then went to work at the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, rising through the ranks to become a Bureau Chief of the Auto Theft Bureau. Bill has shown himself to be a tireless victims' rights advocate and, in his most recent position supervising prosecutions for the Auto Theft Bureau, he helped oversee 35% drop in auto thefts for 2009. Bill is now campaigning full time as he seeks to serve, fight crime and honor victim rights, and protect and strengthen our community.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, October 21st 7:00 PM at the Phoenician Resort “Camelback Ballroom.”


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