Democrat Robert Robuck, who is challenging Pima County Supervisor Ramon Valadez in the Sept. 2 primary, is learning some new lessons when it comes to political mudslinging—namely, when you swing that first mud pie, be prepared for a return hit.
That’s what happened when Dan Eckstrom approached Walt Pearson a couple of weeks ago to show him a campaign mailer Robuck sent out earlier this month.
Pearson is president of Wholesale Lithographers, a union print shop that prints a good portion of election materials each year for Democratic candidates. For Democrats, labor support remains of high importance and showing your support through a union shop can be important for certain constituents.
A union bug always has a way to identify what shop it’s from and sometimes includes Continue reading