Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Former Maricopa County Republican Chairman
Larry Pickard Endorses Lisa Gray for County Chairman
Phoenix – Larry Pickard, a successful Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party, knows what it takes to build an effective grassroots party that gets candidates elected.
“I have watched Lisa Gray in action as she built an award-winning district, led successful fundraising and get-out-the-vote efforts, and helped the No-on-121 committee soundly defeat the Top Two Primary initiative in Arizona,” said Pickard. “This is the kind of party building that we need in Maricopa County! Please join me in supporting Lisa and her Arizona Party Builders Team at the Maricopa County Republican Statutory meeting on Saturday, January 12th.”
“I am honored to have a former Maricopa County Chairman of Larry’s stature join the growing numbers of those supporting me and my team,” said Gray. “Larry is a Precinct Committeeman in my district and has witnessed my work ethic and passion that I will bring to this position.”
Lisa Gray and her team, Paul Brierley, 1st Vice Chairman; Rene Lopez, 2nd Vice Chairman; Colleen Lombard, Secretary; and Walter Dudley, Treasurer, represent a broad segment of the County and have a combined 45 years of grassroots Republican leadership experience. Known as the Arizona Party Builders because their focus will be on building the Party to win elections.
About Lisa Gray
Lisa is a grassroots, conservative leader in the Northwest Valley, working with Republicans and Tea Party activists. She has served as LD9 and LD21 District Chairman, LD9 Second Vice Chairman, Sun City Republican Club President and Northwest Valley Tea Party Co-Leader. She was also a plaintiff against Proposition 121, which was not only detrimental to the Republican Party, but also to all Arizona voters. Speaker Pro-Tempore JD Mesnard, Rep. Debbie Lesko, and Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash are just a few of the conservative leaders who have endorsed Lisa and her team to lead the Maricopa County Republican Party.
To learn more about the candidates and details of their plan, please visit www.AZPartyBuilders.com
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