Tag Archives: Margaret Burkholder

April 6, 2016 – Margaret Burkholder, Ronald Newman

Margaret Burkholder joins us at the start of the show to talk about her run for Pima County School Superintendent.  We talk about the responsibilities of the office, her success on the Vail School Board, her experience as a math teacher, why she thinks the passage of Prop 123 in May would be a good step forward but more is needed.

Then Ronald Newman joins us.  He is running for Justice of the Peach in Precinct 10.  We talk about the responsibilities of the JP, his work on the bench as a judge pro tem, his experience as a lawyer, and his approach to the job in regards to applying the law with compassion where possible.


December 2, 2015 – LIVE from America’s Mattress, Margaret Burkholder, Local First AZ, Oro Valley Views

We start the show LIVE at America’s Mattress at their new location near Grant and Tucson Blvd

Margaret Burkholder joins us with an update on the lawsuit she and Kelly Lawton brought against the City of Tucson to be declared winners of the City Council Election, or redo the election “correctly” in light of the 9th Circuit Court ruling that Tucson City Council elections are unconstitutional

Then we talk with Kimber Lanning, Founder and Executive Director of Local First Arizona to talk about the importance of supporting local business

Then Don Cox joins us with Oro Valley Views


November 16, 2015 – Eyes Upon Waking, Margaret Burkholder and Kelly Lawton

We start the show with prerecorded interviews from the set of “Eyes Upon Waking”, the story of Jen Scott who attempted suicide twice fourteen years ago. It’s a story of depression, suicide prevention and hope. We talk to movie stars Edie McClurg and Joe Estevez as well as Jen

Then Tucson City Council Candidates Maragaret Burkholder and Kelly Lawton join us to explain their lawsuit against the City of Tucson in light of the 9th Circuit Court ruling that the way Tucson conducts its city council elections is unconstitutional. Maragaret and Kelly both won the vote count in their respective wards, but lost citywide


September 4, 2015 – Margaret Burkholder, Oro Valley Christian Biz Group, Bisbee Brewery Gulch Daze

Tucson City Council Candidate Margaret Burkholder gets us started talking about the Sun Trans strike, and budget priorities in the city

Then it’s Nellie Holst who tells us about a business networking group for Christian business owners

Then it’s Off the Couch in the Old Pueblo highlighting Bisbee Brewery Gulch Daze