IT’S TIME FOR A NEW DIRECTION
Support Joe Winfield for Oro Valley Mayor!
- Employing community-based solutions to end millions in golf losses and encourage straight talk about the suitability of the community center.
- Imposing fiscal discipline to stem the steady and steep increase of the Town’s budget, which has grown nearly 72% in eight years.
- Moderating growth and conforming to land use and zoning designations that contribute to keeping Oro Valley’s unique community identity as a special place to live.
A MESSAGE FROM ORO VALLEY MAYOR-ELECT JOE WINFIELD ORO VALLEY, AZ—AUGUST 30, 2018: First, I want to thank Mayor Satish Hiremath and council members Joe Hornat, Mary Snider and Lou Waters for their eight years of service to Oro Valley. Our town has taken many positive steps forward under their leadership. Next, I want to…
It’s time for the next Yellow Shirt Run/Walk/Ride!! Please join us in the North Parking lot of Fry’s at 1st and Oracle (10661 N Oracle Rd). We will walk along 1st towards Naranja and back to Fry’s. Wear your Yellow shirt and bring your family and friends! If you don’t have a yellow shirt, we’ll…
Voter Registration Deadline TODAY!!
Today is the last day you can register to vote or update your voter registration in order to vote in Arizona’s Primary Election. Let’s not let another election go by without making the changes in leadership that Oro Valley needs. It’s time for a new direction! See you at the polls Aug 28th! To register…
Mark your calendars! It’s time for the debate! Tuesday, July 31st 6:00 to 8:00 PM Hilton El Conquistador Hotel Hosted by The Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, this debate will be attended by all eight candidates running for Oro Valley Mayor and Town Council. This event is free and open to the…
SPECIAL INTERESTS, DEVELOPERS CONTINUE TO FUND ORO VALLEY INCUMBENTS
ORO VALLEY, AZ—July 23, 2018– Recently filed campaign finance reports for Oro Valley incumbents Mayor Hiremath, and council members Hornat, Snider and Waters revealed that their reelection campaigns continue to rely heavily on developers, land owners and Special Interest donors. As a group they collected over $56,000 in this first filing period [April 29- June…
This morning we held our third “Yellow Shirt Run/Walk/Ride”. We went along Tangerine Road today. It felt great to get out with supporters. We also enjoyed the waves, smiles and friendly honking from passers by. A special thank you to all who have joined us in these Yellow Shirt events. “Thank You!” Look out for…
Thank you all who came out and supported our “Yellow Shirt Walk/Run/Ride” today. We had a wonderful turn out and want you all to know we see our momentum building and growing. Please join us next week at the Safeway at 7am in Rancho Vistoso. Thank you!
Oro Valley Mayoral Candidate Joe Winfield Calls Out Special Interest Influence in Oro Valley, AZ
A fundamental power of town government is to regulate land use & zoning. Land use and zoning should reflect the desires of our community as expressed in the Town’s General Plan. The incumbents have willingly accepted tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from developers. Zoning changes proposed by these same developers and approved…
8 vying for Oro Valley’s mayoral seat, Town Council posts
By Eddie Celaya For the Arizona Daily Star The town of Oro Valley will hold its primary elections for mayor and three Town Council seats on Aug. 28. Incumbent Mayor Satish Hiremath is seeking re-election to his third term and will face off against Joe Winfield, who ran for the position during a recall…
The Golf Club at Vistoso: Another Victim of the Mayor’s Purchase of the El Conquistador Country Club
The Golf Club at Vistoso is showing the effects of the Mayor and Council picking winners and losers in the local Oro Valley golf industry. It’s so sobering to see this once beautiful course drying out. We need to stop “golf welfare” in Oro Valley.
Meet Joe’s Team for Oro Valley Town Council
Oro Valley has 3 seats up for election, and Joe supports this team of Town Council candidates to replace the financial irresponsibility, and special interest influence of the current “leadership” shown by Mayor Satish Hiremath, Vice Mayor Lour Waters and Councilmembers Mary Snider and Joe Hornat.
Call to Action!
Register to Vote in the August 28, 2018 Primary
Candidates that receive over 50% of the vote in the Oro Valley Primary election are elected ahead of the General Election. Vote for Joe Winfield and the new candidates for Town Council! Registration closes Monday, July 30, 2018 at midnight