I have known John for over twenty years

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Hello!

It’s amazing to be part of an active grassroots campaign to transform Yavapai County. We all know that John Lutes is an incredible community member, whose vision, compassion and intelligence would serve our County well.

I have known John for over twenty years. He was a major supporter of Tsunami on the Square right from the start, and his support never wavered.

That is one of many reasons I support John Lutes’ campaign and I’m asking you to show your support for John Lutes right now in any of the following ways:

  • Come to his next Our Future, Our Yavapai neighborhood discussion on July 1 at 6:30 pm on Zoom Register Here
  • Join a team of people making calls for John on June 30 at 4:00 pm as part of the Ferris Wheel Project. Register at jayruby3@gmail.com  
  • Make a contribution to the Lutes for County Supervisor campaign before the June 30, so we have a strong 2nd quarter showing Contribute Here.

Please like his Facebook page and invite your friends to like it to so we can grow our outreach.

Let people know about John’s “It’s Up to Us” campaign” at VoteJohnLutes.com

Jay Ruby
John Lutes for Yavapai County Board of Supervisors


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