It's unusual here in AZ, but on occasion, when a major party candidate runs in a district that favors the other major party, the candidate facing a steep partisan headwind is a Republican.
One of the favorite tactics in such a situation is to minimize their partisan affiliation.
James Roy is the Republican candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives in LD26 (Tempe, west Mesa, Salt River Pima/Maricopa Indian Community). In terms of voter registration, it's not an overwhelmingly Democratic district; in terms of results it is.
As such, it has become difficult for the Republicans there to recruit candidates. This year, Mr. Roy is the sole R candidate for two House seats in the district.
I don't know if he a "warm body" candidate or if he deliberately was recruited to "take one for the team" in an almost unwinnable district while learning to run a campaign.
If the second one is the reason behind his candidacy, well, he has a lot to learn.
One basic lesson: read proofs before giving approval to the printer.
On the sign, Roy talks about getting "the job done".
The meaning of that phrase is rather vague, but one thing is clear, the "job" doesn't include checking spelling.
On the plus side, at least he spelled "Arizonan" correctly.
Wouldn't want to run for office as an "Arinozan"...