Thursday, January 24, 2013

Six More State Legislators Endorse Robert Graham for Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party

Six More State Legislators Endorse Robert Graham
for Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party

PHOENIX — Today, six state legislators endorsed Robert Graham for chairman of the Arizona Republican Party.

Senator Kelli Ward, Senator Don Shooter, Representative Doris Goodale, Representative Sonny Borrelli, Representative Ethan Orr and Representative Darren Mitchell all endorsed Robert Graham.

"Robert Graham has innovative ideas to lead the Republican Party in AZ,” Ward said. “He is an experienced businessman, a proven fundraiser, and a conservative thinker who will stand on the strengths of our beliefs - smaller government, lower taxes, and personal responsibility. I support Robert Graham as our next Party Chairman."

“I am ever so grateful for the endorsements of these five Arizona leaders,” Graham said. “They are fighting for conservative values every day at the state capitol, and I am proud to stand behind them. I look forward to giving them even more resources to advance the cause of conservatism in the Republican Party if I am elected on Saturday.”

The five new endorsements from the Arizona state capitol join those of House Majority Leader David Gowan, House Speaker Pro Tempore J.D. Mesnard, Representative Justin Olson, Representative Steve Montenegro, Representative Brenda Barton, Representative Bob Thorpe, Representative Terri Proud, Representative Tom Forese, Representative Steve Smith, Representative Adam Kwasman, Representative Phil Lovas, Representative David Livingston, Representative Frank Pratt, Representative T.J. Shope, Representative Paul Boyer, Representative Ted Vogt, Representative Debbie Lesko, Senator Al Melvin, former Senate President Russell Pearce, and former Senator Lori Klein.

To learn more about Robert Graham and his plan for Arizona's Republican Party, please visit his website at 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.

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