Nation Sproul is the former head of the Arizona Republican Party and of the Arizona Christian Coalition Sproul is connected with the Republican National Committee-funded voter registration organization, a group that used paid registrars to register voters in a number of states including Nevada, Oregon, Arizona and perhaps more, including Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maine and Missouri.
- Sproul & Associates
- Voters' Outreach of America Upon further review, Sproul & Associates does not own Voters Outreach of America. Voter's Outreach of America is a petition firm who has worked/and still works for Democrat, Republican and Independant candidates to register voters and gather petition signatures on a contract basis.
Sproul graduated Pillsbury College, magna Cum Laude, and received his MBA from the University of Phoenix.
In 1997, as a 25-year-old member of the Arizona Christian Coalition, Sproul worked to end sex education:
- "Supporters say it's time to stop telling teens that sex is a bad idea while still showing them how to use condoms.
Nathan Sproul was part of the mass exodus of Christian Coalition leaders in 1999, becoming the Arizona Republican Party ED in March:
- Some coalition insiders say attrition is common to nonprofit organizations and is not necessarily bad.
- "It's a testimony to the quality of the state leaders that campaigns are recruiting them," said Welch. "There are a fair number of state leadership changes that are a normal part of the process of moving around the political scene."
--Reorganization is planned; political clout could wane. Bill Sizemore and Liz Szabo, The Virginian-Pilot, June 11, 1999
In 2004 Sproul led No Taxpayer Money for Politicians, the effort to end the Arizona Clean Elections law. The effort failed a single subject challenge in the Arizona Supreme Court.
- Nathan Sproul donations to date US$9,875 this election cycle - Open Secrets
- Untangling political strands in anti-Clean Elections effort The Arizona Republic, June 28, 2004
- CBS News: "Voter Fraud Charges Out West" (October 14, 2004)