Mary Ann Mendoza  

Republican Mary Ann Mendoza ran for election to the Arizona House of Representatives to represent District 9. She lost in the general election on November 8, 2022. Mendoza is running for election to the Arizona House of Representatives to represent District 9. She is on the ballot in the Republican primary on July 30, 2024.
Fact-Checking Claims Of MAGA Mouthpieces At A Phoenix Barbecue Joint
Jun. 26, 2023

Photo: Elias Weiss

"Hungry for both smoked ribs and political banter, two officials from former President Donald Trump's administration joined a failed Arizona political hopeful at a Phoenix barbecue joint to whine and dine about immigration, crime and Mother Earth."

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"The Washington, D.C.-based America First Policy Institute, which claims to be nonpartisan, organized the panel keynoted by Chad Wolf. He served as acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security during the Trump administration until he was ousted after a federal judge ruled the appointment was unlawful.


Failed Arizona House candidate Mary Ann Mendoza joined Wolf. Photos of the Mesa Republican wearing blackface at least twice surfaced during her state legislative campaign in 2022. In 2020, the Republican National Convention cancelled her for promoting a QAnon conspiracy theory that Jewish people are plotting to enslave the world."

Arizona GOP Candidate Appears To Be Wearing Blackface In New Posted Photos

Oct. 22, 2022


"New photographs have emerged that appear to show Mary Ann Mendoza, a candidate for Arizona's 9th Legislative District, wearing blackface and brownface as part of two separate costumes.
Mendoza attracted attention back in 2020 for retweeting a series of anti-Semitic messages that resulted in her being pulled from the list of speakers at the Republican National Convention.
Now, two photos posted earlier this week appear to show Mendoza wearing blackface and an apron that reads "Aunt Jemima."
A third photograph appears to show Mendoza in brownface for a costume depicting a stereotypical representation of the Native American historical figure, Pocahontas."
Civic Engagement Beyond Voting - Fact Sheet For Mary Ann Mendoza
RNC Cancels Speaker Mary Ann Mendoza After She Promoted QAnon, Anti-Semitic Conspiracies
"An activist who was scheduled to speak at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night was abruptly yanked off the program after it was reported that she had shared an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory on social media hours ahead of her scheduled appearance. "Do yourself a favor and read this thread," the woman, Mary Ann Mendoza, wrote on Twitter, linking to a string of tweets about a bogus 100-year-old Jewish plot to run the world that managed to add some QAnon conspiracies and touched on everything from the Titanic to Hillary Clinton."
Aug. 25, 2020

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