Gabby Saucedo Mercer is running against Progressive Democrat Raul Grijalva (CD-7). As you may recall, Grijalva was met with quite a challenge in 2010 when rocket scientist Ruth McClung ran against him. In 2012, with your help, Grijalva will have the opportunity to join the long line of The Unemployed – a place he has helped send many from his troubled district and throughout this state when he advocated for a boycott of Arizona.
I urge you to visit Gabby Mercer Saucedo’s campaign site for more information regarding her positions on issues and how you can support her campaign for congress.
Remember – her district covers the entire Arizona/Mexico border from Nogales to the California border.
A win by Gabriela Saucedo Mercer in November is more than a win for Arizona; it would be a win for America – by a true American!
Just days after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed SB1070 into law, the Tucson City Council held an executive session to obtain legal advice on suing the state. Afterward, the public was invited to provide commentary on the matter. The council session would have gone largely unnoticed except one of the city’s residents took to the mic and delivered an articulate, heartfelt message that stirred the nation.
The voice that delivered a drop-kick to the Tucson City Council was that of Gabriela Saucedo Mercer.
It was Tammy who was among the first to speak of this video on her show in April of 2010 after Pat S. posted the following story:
There are many things I can tell you about my beautiful and extraordinary friend Gabby, but I will let her introduce herself to you in this, her first campaign ad: