HARRY OBERG’S VISION:
“I envision Yavapai County as a place where family and community are treasured and where we can live, work, and play in beautiful and safe cities, towns and surrounding rural areas. I see a county with leaders who lead with integrity, trustworthiness, cooperation, and a dedication to public service. I see leaders who are dedicated to manage growth, while preserving our quality of life, rural character, abundant open spaces, the Verde River, and other natural resources.”
“I grew up respecting and serving my community and my country – it’s why I’m running.”
9/18—Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. So today, I remember my close friend, fellow scout helicopter pilot, and “hooch mate,” John Berry, along with his gunner, Billy Evans.
9/17—Please take a look at my latest interview with Glenn Martin for PrescotteNews on a wide range of current issues.
9/7—We pause today to honor, respect, and thank those who make such tremendous contributions of time, energy, and sweat for the success of our nation overall.
8/12—I want to thank the voters of District 1 for their confidence in me to represent them as their Supervisor.
7/18—No means no! No to a new jail. No to ignoring the will of the voters. No to overburdening taxpayers. No to lack of transparency.
6/26—My appreciation to CWAG for hosting a great BOS1 Candidate Zoom Forum focused on water and the Verde River.