“Electing Wes Gullett as Mayor will send a strong message that Phoenix is serious about job creation and retention and getting this economy moving again”, Quayle says.
Arizona Congressman Ben Quayle (3rd District) today endorsed Wes Gullett for Mayor of Phoenix, calling his “laser focus on jobs” critical to the City’s economic recovery.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our state and our community, creating jobs and opportunity. Today in Phoenix our job creators are struggling with overregulation, increased costs and an avalanche of red tape. Wes Gullett understands the daily challenges facing small business owners and entrepreneurs,” Congressman Quayle said.
“Wes Gullett is the partner we need, and the leader Phoenix deserves. When employers are looking to expand in our region, Phoenix should be at the top of their list. Electing Wes Gullett as Mayor will send a strong message that Phoenix is serious about job creation and retention and getting this economy moving again.”
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Democratic Party Divisiveness Hurts Phoenix
Twice in the last four days a Democratic Party spokesman, in support of Greg Stanton, used false and inflammatory scare tactics to create a partisan divide in the Phoenix Mayor’s race, continuing the unusual and highly partisan character of the Stanton effort.
“Greg Stanton and his surrogates continue to make the campaign for Mayor a partisan race. My campaign for Mayor is all about bringing people together, not tearing the City apart along a partisan divide,” stated Wes Gullett. “That is why I have been campaigning all over the city and accepted invitations from every side of the political spectrum.”
On Friday the Maricopa County Democratic Party sent out a fundraising appeal attacking Wes Gullett, branding him a “Tea Party” extremist and taking credit for Stanton’s win. The appeal, blasted out to thousands of people, claims that Greg Stanton is the Democrats’ best hope for winning an election in Arizona, setting the stage for a partisan comeback in 2012.
On Sunday morning the partisan vitriol ratcheted up when former Democratic House Leader John Loredo said Wes Gullett was somehow denigrating first responders during the week long commemoration of the 9/11 anniversary on Channel 12’s Sunday Square Off.
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Join us for a Run-off Raiser
Please join us on Tuesday, September 13th, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub & Restaurant for a fundraiser in support of Wes Gullett.
906 E. Camelback
Phoenix, AZ 85014
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