Thursday, November 5, 2015

AZ Republican Maricopa County Chair Tyler Bower Survives No Confidence by One Vote

Below is nice compared to what I was told-that the meeting was complete chaos, described as a Hatfield and McCoys without the guns a donnybrook that the testosterone level was over the top between Bowyer and Borders.

Tyler didn't follow or know "Robert's Rules of Order" tried to adjourn meeting with a motion on the floor.  Took out his phone to show photo's of his children stating this is where I should be I'm going home-left came back the motion was finally voted and Tyler survived the Resolution motion by one vote
Maricopa County Chairman Tyler Bowyer barely survived a vote of no confidence motion at the Maricopa County Executive meeting this evening in Phoenix, AZ, as confusion and chaos forced at least one potential voter from the proceedings. The motion would have stripped Bowyer of his handling of county money and called for an audit of county funds. The resolution also expressed disapproval about Bowyers recent misleading statements on behalf of the county to the media,  as well as his “self aggrandizement” by using county party funds to promote himself on facebook with paid advertising.
County leaders meet monthly to discuss policy, party strategy, and to report the work they are doing in the county. Just days prior to the meeting, Bowyer went on news shows misrepresenting the county party members position on key education votes that many school districts were holding regarding bonds and overrides. He led opposition to the funding requests he said with unanimous support from all the Republican chairmen. On Tuesday, most Arizona school districts voted for passage of these overrides The Republican Party of Maricopa County lost, and lost convincingly, in 24 of 28 races.

While Bowyer’s embarrassing interview on 12 news may have been a tipping point, his poor judgment in his first year of being chairman has been apparent for months. Read Full Article 

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