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Sloan: It’s time for Union Pacific Railroad to finish what they started

October 19th, 2020

  Prescott – During last week’s meeting of the Arizona Corporation Commission, the city of Tempe provided an update on the recovery process related to the train derailment earlier this year. While the City and Union Pacific Railroad have made progress, candidate for Corporation Commission Eric Sloan has expressed concern that a few of the…

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Eric Sloan will vote no on APS rate increase

October 3rd, 2020

  Eric Sloan will vote no on APS rate increase PRESCOTT— Eric Sloan, candidate for the Corporation Commission, boldly proclaimed on a televised debate that he is the only candidate that will vote no on the APS rate increase being considered by the current Commission. The current proposed rate increase would generate $184 million in…

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Sloan: Corporation Commission should update decade-old Rail Safety plan

August 31st, 2020

In response to another deadly train accident in Flagstaff over the weekend, Eric Sloan, candidate for Arizona Corporation Commission has announced his plan to improve rail safety and oversight of Arizona’s railroad traffic. “For the third time this year, we’ve witnessed a tragic accident Flagstaff,” said Sloan. “As we grieve the continued loss of life…

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Eric Sloan calls for temporary suspension of on-peak hours for Arizona ratepayers

August 27th, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  March 31,2020  CONTACT:  [email protected] Eric Sloan calls for temporary suspension of on-peak hours for Arizona ratepayers Scottsdale, AZ – Candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission Eric Sloan is calling for a temporary suspension of on-peak hour charges for ratepayers. The Governor of Arizona has issued social distancing guidelines and most Arizonans are staying…

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Eric Sloan releases statement on utility shutoffs and recent consumer deaths

August 27th, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2019 Contact: [email protected] Eric Sloan releases statement on utility shutoffs and recent consumer deaths Scottsdale, AZ – 2 more Arizonans are dead because of utility shutoffs. Consider this: If someone abandoned a senior citizen at home or left them in a car during the summer in Arizona without water or air…

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Sloan: Corporation Commission should update decade old Rail Safety plan

August 25th, 2020

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 24, 2020 Contact: Matt Roberts (602)501-1981 Sloan: Corporation Commission should update decade old Rail Safety plan Scottsdale, Arizona – In response to another deadly train accident in Flagstaff over the weekend, Eric Sloan, candidate for Arizona Corporation Commission has announced his plan to improve rail safety and oversight of…

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9/11

19 years ago today America was attacked. On that day a group of Americans fought back. They sacrificed everything for something they believed in.­­ Those Americans didn’t know each other before that day, they didn’t wake up that morning and board flight 93 with the idea that they would become the front line in the war on terror, they could not have known that they would be the vanguard in the fight against Islamic terrorism. But when they found themselves hostages to Islamic terrorist, they knew they had to fight back and they did.­­

They fought back because in the heart of every American is the understanding that we are all akin to one another. While Americans may disagree with one another in times of peace, we band together in times of war. It is our common belief in freedom and our individual willingness to challenge with aggression if necessary any attack on freedom anywhere in the world. That is the fundamental diffrence that sets us apart from the other nations of the world. This is because freedom is the corner stone that America was built on and that foundation is as strong today as it was when our founding fathers planted it in 1776.­­

Today we remember that on this day 19 years ago a band of patriots fought first. They did it with the understanding that they were the front line, in a fight they did not invite, in a war America did not seek, with the simple words “let’s roll” they were the first Americans to fight back.­­

Today we honor their sacrifice, their fight and their memory.


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