Mesa Chamber Announces 2020 Candidate EndorsementsSeptember 28, 2020MESA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
For Immediate Release – September 24, 2020
Contact: Sally Harrison, President & CEO, Mesa Chamber of Commerce
480.969.1307, ext. 26 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mesa Chamber Announces 2020 Candidate Endorsements
To continue securing a promising future for Mesa, we need elected officials that focus on a strong business environment, a talented workforce and are interested in building a vibrant city. To that end, the Mesa Chamber of Commerce endorses candidates running for office. The Good Government Committee of the Mesa Chamber completed a thorough process to evaluate candidates. They feel confident that Mesa businesses and families can strongly support these candidates.
“The Good Government Committee recommended the following slate of candidates for endorsement at yesterday morning’s Chamber Board of Directors meeting. I am happy to announce the Chamber’s official endorsement of both new and incumbent candidates” stated Chamber Board Chair, Jared Langkilde of HonorHealth.
The Committee has endorsed the following:
Congressional District 5 – Andy Biggs
Congressional District 9 – Greg Stanton
Legislative District 18 Senate – Sean Bowie
Legislative District 18 House – Bob Robson
Legislative District 25 Senate – Tyler Pace
Legislative District 25 House – Rusty Bowers and Michelle Udall
Legislative District 26 Senate – Jae Chin
Legislative District 26 House – Bill Loughrige
Maricopa County Supervisor District 1 – Jack Sellers
Maricopa County Supervisor District 2 – Steve Chucri
Mesa Public Schools Governing Board – Rich Crandall
About the Mesa Chamber of Commerce – For one hundred years, the Mesa Chamber has been the leading voice and strong advocate of the over 18,000 businesses in the city of Mesa, Arizona. Its mission is to maintain and strengthen a prosperous business climate in Mesa and to enhance the quality of life in the community. A member-supported civic organization, the Mesa Chamber is an influential leader in the development of Mesa -- currently the 35th largest city in the United States.