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Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Hosting Important Forum Next Week!

Friday, October 30, 2009

Please Stand Up and Make Your Voice Heard!

The term of Chairman Bob Hernbrode of the Arizona Game & Fish Commission is slated to expire at the end of this year and Governor Jan Brewer (R) needs to fill the vacancy by either re-appointing Commissioner Hernbrode to a second term or by appointing a replacement.

The Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife is hosting a forum for Game & Fish Commission applicants next Tuesday evening from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Precision Shooting Equipment (PSE) plant at 2727 N. Fairview in Tucson.  Candidates will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and respond to some previously provided questions.  Time permitting, candidates may have the opportunity to respond to questions from attendees.

Upon arriving all attendees will be given a ballot.  At the conclusion of the forum, the attendees will be asked to submit their ballots listing their first, second and third choices for commissioner.  Ballots will be kept secret and the results used only as a recommendation to the Governor by the Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife.

The forum is open to all hunters and fishermen who are registered to vote in Arizona. Please note: proof of voter registration will be required.

The candidates are: 

Greg Lucero, Democrat
Santa Cruz County Manager

Ted H. Noon, Republican, Pima County (Arivaca)
Assistant State Veterinarian

Donnelly Andrew Dybus, Independent, Tucson
Attorney at Buchalter Nemer

John Harris, Independent
Police Chief, Town of Sahuarita

Jack Williams, Independent, Sierra Vista
Retired Graham County Attorney

Bob Hernbrode, Democrat, Tucson
Retired wildlife biologist seeking re-appointment to a second term

PSE is located on the west side of Fairview between Grant and Glenn.  Do not use the south entrance near the pro shop and archery range, as it will probably be locked.  Go to the north parking lot entrance and come into the second big building from the north, entering that building from the north.

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