Friday, January 04, 2013

Republican National Committeeman, Bruce Ash endorses Lisa Gray for MCRC Chairman

January 3, 2013
Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash Endorses Lisa Gray for Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party
– Bruce Ash, Republican National Committeeman has endorsed Lisa Gray in her race for Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party.
“It’s not everyday that you run across a person with such passion and optimism for our Party, but that is what you find in Lisa. She knows that now, more than ever, is the time to build our Party. I believe she is the right person at this time to lead us in Maricopa County,” said Ash. “She is a strong conservative with a proven track record of getting things accomplished by not wavering on principle but by working with all factions of our Party. She has a solid plan to build our Party and has
recruited a stellar team to help implement that plan.
Please join me in supporting Lisa Gray and her team to lead our Party in Maricopa County.”
“I am grateful to have the support of Bruce Ash, our National Committeeman, who is well respected within our Party, both nationally and within our state,” said Gray.
“I have assembled a well qualified team of leaders from across Maricopa County with over 45 years of combined experience to help lead our County. We have a solid plan that will prepare us for the 2014 elections so that Republicans are victorious!”
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 to all Arizona voters.
The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) statutory meeting will take place on Saturday, January 12, 2013. To learn more about Lisa and her team and the details of their plan, please visit

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