Flyer tied to APS, homebuilders attacks Corporation Commission candidate Parker

parker logoBy Ryan Randazzo | The Republic |

A new political group with ties to the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona and Arizona Public Service Co. reports spending more than $80,000 to defeat a political candidate hoping to regulate utilities.

A group calling itself “Save Our Future Now” recently mailed to voters fliers that criticized Republican Vernon Parker for previous troubles with the Small Business Administration and a failed congressional campaign.

Parker and his campaign partner, Lucy Mason, have accused APS of trying to hand-pick the people who will serve as utility regulators, setting the company’s prices and other policies. They question whether APS is donating to non-profit political groups that are using the money for political campaigns.


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