for Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party
"I am excited to see what Robert Graham has in store for our party after he is elected as our chairman"
PHOENIX — Today, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns endorsed Robert Graham for chairman of the Arizona Republican Party. Commissioner Burns previously served as the Arizona Senate President and the Arizona House Majority Leader during her sixteen year tenure in the state legislature. She won many awards for fighting on behalf of Arizona taxpayers.
"I am excited about Robert Graham’s campaign for chairman of the Arizona Republican Party," Burns said. "He is a true conservative who knows how to bring the party together. We need his leadership in order to keep our hold on the statewide offices in 2014. This is why we must elect Robert Graham as the next chairman of our party. Robert will help us win elections and garner nationwide respect. I am excited to see what Robert Graham has in store for our party after he is elected as our chairman.”
“Brenda Burns is a great conservative leader, and I am so grateful for her endorsement,” Graham said. “Brenda has proved throughout every stop in her public service that she will fight for conservative principles. I look forward to working with Commissioner Burns in the future and to benefiting from her advice and counsel.”
To learn more about Robert Graham and his plan for Arizona's Republican Party, please visit his website at www.GrahamForArizona.com or his Facebook page.
About Robert Graham
Robert Graham is a conservative activist and AZ business leader. He was a leader in the fight against taxes and the destruction of our party system, successfully working with the grassroots to defeat Propositions 121 and 204 in the 2012 election. Congressman Trent Franks, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, former Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce, Arizona House Majority Leader David Gowan, Rep. Steve Montenegro, Maricopa County Chairman Rob Haney, Arizona Latino Republican Association and numerous Arizona conservative leaders have endorsed Graham to lead the Arizona GOP.