Mike Boyd

  Republican candidate who ran for election to the U.S. House to represent Arizona's 2nd Congressional District. Boyd did not appear on the ballot for the Republican primary on August 4, 2020.

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Letter: Mike Boyd Hasn't Changed

Jan. 29, 2018

"Re: the Jan. 27 guest column "Progressive policies hurt minorities, working poor."

Former member of the Pima County Board of Supervisors Mike Boyd returned from a 20 year absence with a new angry and intolerant attitude. According to Mike there is some merit to "progressive" ideas like DACA, the notion of global warming and the pursuit of alternatives to fossil fuels. The problem he has is with those progressives who are ALL rabid in pursuit of their agenda. No solutions are offered to any of the complex issues raised. Same Mike Boyd we remember from back in the day. Nothing positive to add to the conversation. Just angry and an out in the open Trumper. Talk to you in another 20 years, Mike.

Paul Simon
Northwest side

Disclaimer: As submitted to the Arizona Daily Star."
Supervisor Miller’s Antics Hearkens Back To Bad Ol’ Days Of Moore, Marsh And Boyd
"The Pima County Board of Supervisors had a Republican majority in 1992. Most have forgotten. Others would like to. They were Mike Boyd, Ed Moore and Paul Marsh. Moore won in 1984 and 1988 as a Democrat and 1992 with the GOP. Their problem was simple - they had no idea how to govern."
Dec. 6, 2013
Guest Commentary: Rosemont Mine Good For S. Arizona By Mike Boyd
"Mike Boyd is vice president of development for Western Wind Energy Corp. He has worked as a consultant and lobbyist and served on the Pima County Board of Supervisors from 1992-2000, was Pima County Recorder from 1988-1992"
Sep. 8, 2009
Ex-Supervisor Boyd Wants Taxpayer-Financed Ice Rink
"Former Pima County Supervisor Mike Boyd, whose son plays ice hockey, wants the county to include a new ice rink in a 2008 bond package [...] Boyd said building the rink on public property will make a big difference to the rink's bottom line and allow this new venture to be successful where others have failed. [...] "If the Gateway rink didn't have to pay the land costs, it would be open today," he said. [...] Rodney Glassman, a City Council candidate who used to manage the Gateway Ice Center when his family owned it, said he believes that's true."
Sep. 23, 2007
Commentary: Do Not Let Bureaucratic Machine Swallow Conservation Plan
"There was a time when former Supervisors Ed Moore, Mike Boyd and Paul Marsh made up a Republican majority in this county where nearly 60 percent of registered voters were Democrats. The "big three," as I preferred to call them, granted nearly every land rezoning that came before the board."
Mar. 29, 2002
Debate Focuses On Pros, Cons Of Prop. 202
"Proposition 202 would require towns, cities and counties with populations over 2,500 to identify urban growth boundaries, which would last for 10 years unless changed by voters, by 2003[...] Pima County Supervisor Mike Boyd attacked backers of the measure as a minority who want to "impose their utopian vision" on the state"
Oct. 18, 2000
How Fired County Manager Bruce Postil Parleyed The Republican Supervisors' Stupidity Into A Jackpot Legal Settlement
"Then deputy county manager, Postil was out to lunch with Pima County Supervisor Dan Eckstrom. Over red chile and carne seca, the two exchanged notes on the big shake-up at the top of county government. The day before, the GOP majority of Ed Moore, Paul Marsh and Mike Boyd had no sooner been sworn into office than they had voted to fire County Manager Enrique Serna and replaced him with Assistant County Manager Manoj Vyas, who had promptly fired the administrative team running Kino Community Hospital. More changes were in the wind."
Aug. 22, 1996
Mikey Strikes Again
"On Friday, May 5, Chairman Marsh was out of the building, and that's when the acting chairman, well, acted. Mikey had all the proclamations reprinted, removed Marsh's name, and signed them MIKE BOYD, CHAIRMAN. Note that he didn't even use his real title, acting chairman."
May 18, 1995

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