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Hayworth to speak to Scottsdale Republican group

Former Arizona Republican Rep. J.D. Hayworth, left, talks with Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, right, as he hands over the necessary signatures to get his name on the Aug. 24 primary election ballot to challenge incumbent Sen. John McCain, Monday, April, 26, 2010, in Phoenix.  Second from left is Mary Hayworth, J.D. Hayworth's wife, and second from the right is Amy Bjelland, State Election Services Director. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Former Arizona Republican Rep. J.D. Hayworth, left, talks with Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, right, as he hands over the necessary signatures to get his name on the Aug. 24 primary election ballot to challenge incumbent Sen. John McCain, Monday, April, 26, 2010, in Phoenix. Second from left is Mary Hayworth, J.D. Hayworth's wife, and second from the right is Amy Bjelland, State Election Services Director. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Former congressman J.D. Hayworth will speak to a Republican club in Scottsdale on Thursday.

Hayworth is challenging Arizona Sen. John McCain in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate.

Hayworth will speak to the Legislative District 8 Republicans at the Mustang Library in Scottsdale on Thursday evening.

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5 comments

  1. I wonder if he will actually speak intelligently or if he will spend his time bashing McCain. I have yet to hear from JD on any issue other then immigration. Living in AZ, as I do, we do need this problem taken care of, however, we also face a slew of other issues. McCain has the experience to continue working on these issues and is fired up about immigration issues. JD just does not have the brains, experience, ethics or history to succeed as Senator.

  2. Great. Looking forward to JD Hayworth ousting the RINO McAmnesty McCain. His current commercial with “the danged fence” just adds to his poor memory and bad acting. Is he kidding? McCain is not fooling anyone. He is milk toast RINO and he is the reason we have this socialist Obama in office. McCain hasn’t learned in over 25 years that we must secure the border….only lip service and no action. Out with these self-serving RINO incumbents.

  3. I use to be a strong admirer of Senator McCain…..but this last year has made me feel like it’s time for a CHANGE….it bothers me that he is all for family values yet his own wife is not of the same mind. Again, I strongly feel – yes
    he has had YEARSsssss of experience being in Congress; but that also means he could be easily involved in the wheeling and dealing that is all part of what goes on in the Congress. I firmly believe that all Congressional leaders should have term limits placed on their time in office. I agree with others, it’s time
    Senator McCain comes home to Arizona and stays here. Personally, I am not
    educated pertaining to the qualifications of Senator McCain’s opponent, Mr. J. D. Hayworth. but if he’s willing to take a conservative stance (not a moderate or a “progressive” position)….I’m all for him being in leadership as my Arizona Senator in Congress.

  4. It’s unfortunate that McCain is fooling voters into thinking JD is not conservative on fiscal issues. JD has a 98% lifetime rating from the American Conservative Union over his 12 years in Congress; McCain’s rating is 80. McCain keeps calling JD a porker because JD voted for ONE transportation bill that some other representative had attached pork to. JD voted for it because it also included border security measures. That is hardly a nonconservative record!

    I predict the voters see through him and support JD. Contribute to JD here – https://www.jdforsenate.com/ctt?cttid=46&redirect=contribute

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