2022 RINOtag List
Republican In Name Only (RINO) is a pejorative term used by conservative members of the United States Republican Party to describe Republicans whose political views or actions counter or compromise constitutional conservative leadership. In short, they do not and will not represent their constituencies best interests.
Below is a view list of the Arizona RINOtag awardees. Here’s a downloadable PDF version. To keep abreast of changes, an evergreen list is also available via the buttons at the bottom of this article.
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These signs, and all election signs, are protected by law. ARS 16-1019 section A states: It is a class 2 misdemeanor for any person to knowingly remove, alter, deface or cover any political sign of any candidate for public office or in support of or opposition to any ballot measure, question or issue or knowingly remove, alter or deface any political mailers, handouts, flyers or other printed materials of a candidate or in support of or opposition to any ballot measure, question or issue that are delivered by hand to a residence for the period commencing forty-five days before a primary election and ending fifteen days after the general election, except that for a sign for a candidate in a primary election who does not advance to the general election, the period ends fifteen days after the primary election.
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