|2010 to present, part time golf starter at Dobson Ranch Golf Course in Mesa
U.S. Letter Carrier for 27 years
Part time teacher's aid for the Mesa Public Schools for 3 years
Stay at home mom for 10 years
Part time waitress for 4 1/2 years
|Public Education needs to have funding that will afford teachers and students with the tools they need to be successful. Right now we are one of the states that allocates the least amount of money per student. Having an well educated citizenry will attract business to our state. Having well educated voters will hopefully elect candidates who entice business to come to Arizona that respect the environment and the work force.
The environment; the soil, the air and the water need to be protected. If any tax breaks are given it should be to companies/business that will be stewards of the ecosystem that we are a part of.
Election reform that allows for a broader representation of the voting base will be another priority. Proportional representation would allow for the possibility of a smaller party winning a seat or two if a certain proportion of the votes were won by that party's candidate/candidates.
|Why Vote For Linda Macías:|
|I would represent those voters who are interested in keeping money power out of elections. As a Green candidate, I take no money from corporations, PAC or businesses, only individual's donations.
Bolstering funds for public education, the ability for workers to form unions, protecting the environment and election reform will be my concerns when elected.
|Go to: https://youtu.be/dAMV856CO_A
to view a short video about the issues I hold important. Thanks to Lindsay B. for making the video.
The Valley Interfaith Project is hosting an LD 18 candidates debate on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at Day Spring Methodist Church. The event begins at 6:00.
The address is 1365 E Elliott in Tempe.
|Mail: ||Linda J Macias for State Rep. LD 18|
| ||1344 W Kiva AVE|
| ||Mesa, AZ 85202-6633|