Goldwater Institute attorney Diane Cohen went on KFYI's Mike Broomhead Show to respond to Maricopa County Elections Director Karen Osborne, who said her poll workers will not allow anyone wearing a Tea Party T-shirt to vote on November 2, unless they cover it up.
The Goldwater Institute's Nick Dranias went live on AM 1100 The Flag in Fargo, North Dakota to talk about why an amendments convention is a good idea.
The Goldwater Institute's Matthew Ladner was on with Jon Justice to discuss the Goldwater Institute report Administrative Bloat at American Universities.
The Goldwater Institute's Nick Dranias appeared on Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock to discuss a possible amendments convention.
The Goldwater Institute's Nick Dranias spent an hour on KFYI's Terry Gilberg Show, where they discussed the Goldwater Institute's lawsuit on behalf of a woman who was told she could not wear her Tea Party t-shirt to vote, the call for an amendments convention, and some of the propositions on the 2010 Arizona ballot.
Goldwater Institute attorney Diane Cohen appeared on KFYI's Mike Broomhead show to discuss the Goldwater Institute's lawsuit on behalf of a woman who was told by poll workers that she had to cover her Flagstaff Tea Party t-shirt or else she couldn't vote.
After Diane Wickberg was told by poll workers to cover up her Flagstaff Tea party t-shirt when she went to vote, the Goldwater Institute stepped in to defend her right to wear the shirt. Ms. Wickberg went on the air with KFYI's Jim Sharpe to explain what happened and to detail the lawsuit.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten appeared on KJZZ's Here and Now to discuss the city of Phoenix considering a proposal to end preferential treatment in awarding concession contracts to women and minority business
A reporter with Harper's magazine wrote an article stating that to see what it would be like if the GOP ran Washington, one need only look to what is going on in Arizona. The Goldwater Institute's Le Templar went on KJZZ's Here and Now to take issue with that claim.
Goldwater Institute investigative reporter Mark Flatten went on KJZZ's Here and Now program to discuss lobbying--pros and cons, and how it's changing.