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Nicholas Tutora (R-AZ) for United States Senate


 There is a saying: “May you live in interesting times.” Like it or not, we live in interesting times. We are confronting shadow factions that are attempting to destroy our country, shred our constitution, and frankly lower our current standard of living.  


 These are times of danger and uncertainty, but during these nearly unmanageable and chaotic times, we are more open to the creative visions, harnessing of energy, and innovation, than at any other time in history. The tools we have created, the paths we’ve cleared, and the relationships we’ve forged through mutual respect and common goals, are available to all people. All colors, all races, all…


 We need to reach out and touch one another in a meaningful way. Sincere, honest, fair, and for the good of all, ourselves, our families, our communities and our state, the country, the world…


 My name is Nicholas Tutora and I am running for the United States Senate representing the citizens of the Grand Canyon State, ARIZONA, the 48th state in this Union since 1912.


 I have been a registered Republican for as long as I have been eligible to vote. I join the ranks of all who feel the country slipping away, and I cannot sit idly by and watch our nation’s foundation crumbling beneath our feet. American values, personal property, and public safety must be preserved for future generations.


 Our Constitution protects the minority while preserving the best of democracy: we the people elect representatives to run the government (republic) and we do so by majority vote (democracy). America is a Democratic Republic.


 I pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,

and to the REPUBLIC for which it stands, one nation under

God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


That’s why we have the Electoral College.


“But this is a democracy,” the people cry. “It should be one person-one vote. The Electoral College needs to go!”


 The purpose of the Electoral College is to balance voting power across the 50 states so that no one region of the country can gain too much control. If a president is elected by a simple majority of votes, a candidate who is strong in one region (e.g., Ted Cruz in Texas, Mitt Romney in Utah) can ignore smaller regions and campaign only where large majorities are possible. Or a candidate who is wildly popular in California and New York can ignore Iowa, Ohio, North Dakota, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Delaware, Indiana, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Arizona completely.


 The Electoral College ensures a better result for the country as a whole rather than 51% of us matter and 49% of us don’t. Those who protest “one person-one vote” think they’re seeking more power, when they’re really losing the power they have.


 As a democratic republic, election results are honored.


 A zero sum game—one party wins one & one party loses—is antiquated thinking because elected officials must represent every constituent. We do not resist and prevent the flow and the work of the government. That is anarchy. 


 My name is Nicholas Tutora (R-AZ) and I am a candidate for the United States Senate. I cannot sit idly by and watch the foundations of our nation crumbling. American values and public safety must be preserved for future generations. Once we lose our liberty, life as we know it will be greatly changed, and history will bear out that under these circumstances, it won’t end well.


 It’s in your family’s best interest to unite and get behind your Commander-in-Chief, President Donald J. Trump, and support his administration as they work tirelessly to keep us safe, and a global war at bay.


 If you were on this great planet during World War 2, can you imagine Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman functioning optimally with the unprecedented political and personal rhetoric President Trump endures daily? We are staring into the face of global conflict where there will be no winners, no parades, and no celebrations.


 I know Partnerships Matter. I will do everything in my power to help lead us to higher ground. We can get there together.


 Thank you for your continued support and trust in my service as your representative, your senator in Washington DC.


 Nicholas Tutora

The voice of Arizonans in the United States Senate



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