Transportation: We will reinvigorate Arizona’s economy through tax reform, regulation reform, education reform, tort reform, healthcare reform, and on providing infrastructure and low cost energy supply. Ensure that Arizona is capable of building and maintaining its transportation system. Senate prediction 2012 (Election Day final) November 6th, 2012, 11:00am by Sam Wang . However, the majority was only filibuster proof for a period of 72 working days while the Senate was actually in session. It … Delegate CountFinal Republican ResultsRepublican Delegate CountFinal 51 Seats Needed For GOP To Take Control (. Natural Resources, Water, Environment: Angus King is likely to caucus with the Democrats if he wins the open Maine seat in November. Determine the extent that federal mandates affect the state. Arizona will have a top performing school system. Balanced Budget: Two-candidate popular vote: Obama 51.1%, Romney 48.9%. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Your Privacy Controls. The federal government’s failures to respond, secure, and maintain our border with Mexico has placed Arizona in a position of vulnerability.

Wisconsin 2012 Recall. D 205+/-10, R 230+/-10 seats, Republicans retain control. Democrats strengthened their hold on the Senate but failed Tuesday to recapture the majority in the House of Representatives they lost two years ago. Popular VoteRepublican Democratic ResultsDemocratic HuffPost is part of Verizon Media. As such, we intend to execute this plan to promote sound public policy through a diverse legislative package. RCP Average & ResultFinal Electoral We must provide the necessary tools for our law enforcement to protect our citizens. Education: Find out more about how we use your information in our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. Efficient transportation infrastructure is fundamental to a growing economy. To enable Verizon Media and our partners to process your personal data select 'I agree', or select 'Manage settings' for more information and to manage your choices. We must encourage policies that move toward greater access and affordability. Border Security:

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Popular Vote, Current Senate: 53* Democrats | 47 Republicans. Paid for by SMP, www.SenateMajority.com, and not authorized by any candidate or candidates committee The Senate Majority Program provides a framework of goals and objectives within the Republican Caucus for the 50th Legislature. The Senate Majority Program provides a framework of goals and objectives within the Republican Caucus for the 50th Legislature. It is important to reflect on the priorities of government and ensure that they are consistent with the will of the electorate and meet the needs of the citizens of the State. Information about your device and internet connection, including your IP address, Browsing and search activity while using Verizon Media websites and apps. Effectively manage revenues and expenditures in FY 2013, Achieve a balanced FY 2014 budget without re-instituting the 1% sales tax, Refer a new constitutional spending limit to the ballot, Identify permanent budget reductions and eliminate one-time solutions, Identify and reform spending formulas that dictate fiscal planning, Continue to increase Arizona’s credit rating by implementing permanent budget solutions, Identify efficiencies needed in state agencies by elimination of redundancies. Improve financial accountability and data tracking in our school system, Reduce mandates and regulatory requirements on our school system, Seek accountability in student and teacher performance, Pursue efficiencies in consolidation of infrastructure, Increase accountability in higher education. Student-based funding should be considered and we should strengthen student choice and education alternatives. This failure has cost Arizona taxpayers millions and compromises our safety. Fidelity to our nation’s founding principles means that both the state and the federal government must be independent from each other so they can effectively hold each other in check to prevent the abuse of government power. We must do what we can to keep current projects on schedule, promote a competitive process for building our roadways and maximize interstate development. The Caucus recognizes the importance of freedom and individual liberty, the promotion of growth and strength in our economy, and responsible government. Two Senate Republicans face competitive challenges, Nevada freshman Dean Heller and Scott Brown of Massachusetts, who in 2010 broke Democrats’ 60-vote majority bloc after winning a …

States’ Rights: Require the use of sound, proven science in environmental regulations, Advocate federal reforms to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Endangered Species Act to reduce the threat of wildfire and maximize opportunities for sustainable development, Maintain Arizona’s remarkable record of ensuring sustainable use of water resources and explore mechanisms for ensuring sustainable water supplies for communities currently dependent on groundwater, Consider legislation to acquire federal lands whose mismanagement and neglect by federal agencies makes them a threat to neighboring communities.