Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Statewide Conservative Leaders Back Randy Pullen for AZ State Treasurer

Randy Pullen for Arizona Treasurer
Business Background and Conservative Track Record Make Pullen Best Choice for State Treasurer
(Phoenix, AZ) — Following the recent announcements of key endorsements from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Randy Pullen announced today another round of endorsements of conservative leaders from across the state.

Arizona Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns said, “Randy will bring a conservative, common sense approach to the Treasurer's Office and his deep cache of experience in finance is precisely what Arizona needs.  That is why I support Randy Pullen for State Treasurer.”
Maricopa County Treasurer Hos Hoskins added, “As Maricopa County Treasurer, it has been an honor to serve as a watchdog for county taxpayers.  I am confident that Randy Pullen is the best person to be Arizona’s next State Treasurer and will be a conservative steward of our hard earned taxpayer dollars.”

Commissioner Burns and Treasurer Hoskins are joined by Senate President Pro Tem Gail Griffin, Senator Judy Burges, Senator Al Melvin, Senator Chester Crandell, Senator Don Shooter, Representative Bob Thorpe, Mohave County Supervisor Steve Moss, Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf, Former Senate President Russell Pearce, and Former Senator Karen Johnson.
“I am honored to earn the support of these Arizona leaders who have helped navigate our state through tough times and truly made it a better place,” said Randy. “I look forward to working with them to build upon the work they have already started”
For a complete list of Endorsements visit RandyPullen.com
About Randy Pullen
Randy Pullen is a CPA and businessman who served as Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party from 2007 to 2011, and Treasurer of the Republican National Committee from 2009 to 2011. When elected, he will be the first State Treasurer in the last 12 years with an MBA in Finance and a CPA.
As Chairman of the AZGOP, Pullen oversaw the landslide victory in 2010 helping Republican candidates capture every statewide office.  That same year, the voters elected Republican super majorities to both houses of the Arizona legislature – the first time that has ever happened.