Thursday, May 31, 2012

Martin Sepulveda Files Petition Signatures

Phoenix, AZ - Today, Martin Sepulveda, Republican candidate for Congressional District 9, filed 1,259 petition signatures to the Arizona Secretary of State's office. Sepulveda's 1,259 signatures is more than double the minimum number of signatures required to become an official candidate.

"It's good to officially begin our campaign," said Martin Sepulveda. "I am honored and humbled by the strong support from Republican voters throughout CD9 so far and look forward to talking more with them about the serious issues facing our country."

Sepulveda continued, "With our country at a crossroads, we have to get back to the basics. We need to balance our budget, rein in spending, reduce the role of government and get Americans back to work now. And I believe I have the leadership skills and experience necessary to help get our country back on track."

Martin Sepulveda is a seventh-generation Arizonan who serves his country, state and community in many different capacities. He is a combat Veteran, small businessman, community leader and devoted family man. Martin and his wife Sheree currently live in Chandler and have for the past 24 years. Their daughter Natalie is a graduate of the University of Arizona and their son Marc is a Navy Reserve Corpsman who is also a combat Veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan.

Paid for by Martin Sepulveda for Congress

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