Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Join Michael Monti Supporters Gather on Election Night

Join Michael Monti on Election Night

(Tempe, Arizona) A landmark election in Tempe and a landmark restaurant come together Tuesday March 13th at Monti’s La Casa Vieja at 100 South Mill Avenue. Michael Monti, who is running for Tempe Mayor, is hosting an election night party at his restaurant as the votes are counted.

Michael’s supporters are invited. Members of the media, looking for an ideal election night venue, are also invited.

Monti stated, “My candidacy was borne out of a desire to serve the community. It would be my pleasure to watch the results surrounded by those who honor and respect our city.”

Who: Michael Monti

What: Election Night party

When: March 13th at 7pm

Where: Monti’s La Casa Vieja 100 South Mill Ave in Tempe

Why: Because an historic election deserves an historic venue

The election night party starts at 7pm. Members of the media who wish to set up prior to that time please contact Mike Scerbo at 602-615-6523 or at mscerbo@rosemoserallynpr.com

Michael Monti, owner of Tempe’s historic Monti’s La Casa Vieja, co-founded Local First, Arizona. He is also active in the Tempe Diablos Charities, and is the youngest inductee in the Arizona Restaurant Association’s Hall of Fame.

His campaign is based on bringing private sector ideas to government, fiscal responsibility, civic involvement, economic opportunity, and innovation. His proposals include:

  • Financial incentives for city workers who save tax dollars

  • The creation of the Tempe Community Corps to increase volunteerism, and aid Tempe neighborhoods

  • Partnerships with ASU and the business community to bring more jobs to Tempe
    The creation of a public swimming beach at Tempe Town Lake, paid for by the private sector

  • Partnerships with the ASU College of Nursing to aid Tempe seniors

  • Encouraging businesses to embrace eco-friendly projects such as the Blink Car Charging Stations at Monti’s La Casa Vieja

  • A ban on texting while driving in Tempe

  • A ban on gifts for elected officials and enhanced reporting requirements

Arizona leaders and organizations that have endorsed Michael Monti include:

  • Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman

  • Tempe Council Member Onnie Shekerjian

  • Tempe Democrat and Former Council Member Barbara Sherman

  • Tempe’s first elected Mayor, Rudy Campbell

  • The Tempe Chamber of Commerce

  • Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne

  • Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery

  • Congressman David Schweikert

  • Former Tempe City Council Member ‘Hut’ Hutson

  • Former State Rep. Laura Knaperek

  • Tempe Democrat Carl Hayden

  • Former Tempe Councilman Joseph Lewis

  • Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane

  • Barry GoldwaterJr.

To visit the Monti4 Mayor Website click here or log on to www.monti4mayor.com (@monti4mayor).


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