Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sheriff Joe Arpaio Endorses Robert Graham for Second Term as Chairman of Arizona Republican Party

Sheriff Joe Arpaio Endorses Robert Graham for Second Term as Chairman of Arizona Republican Party

PHOENIX – Robert Graham, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, today received and endorsement from Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Graham's run for a second two-year term. The election will be held at the meeting of the State Committee on January 24, 2015 at the Grace Community Church in Tempe.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio said, "I support Robert Graham for another term as Republican party chairman. Robert cares about the conservative principles of our party, and defends all of its members. His successful efforts and partnerships helped us achieve victory in 2014 and will help all of us elect a Republican president in 2016. Join me is supporting Chairman Robert Graham."

Robert Graham, Chairman

Elected in January, 2013, Graham is Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, responsible for leading the state’s GOP initiatives while overseeing and growing a well-funded and organized party. Graham has a record of leadership and experience serving Arizona residents and its charitable organizations through his commitment of time and financial contributions.  Graham was President and CEO of RG Capital, responsible for the company’s financial advisory, investment banking/consulting and corporate development business. He brings more than fifteen years of experience in domestic and international corporate development and operational management.  Graham’s accomplishments in business have been recognized regionally by AZ Business Magazine as a Top Entrepreneur, and nationally by Boomer Market Advisor magazine as Advisor of the Year, and recently appeared in Forbes magazine.  Graham earned a Masters in Business Administration from the prestigious Thunderbird School of Global Management following a Bachelor of Science in Global Business Management and Finance from Arizona State University. In the 2014 elections, Graham led a successful Victory effort that saw Republicans win every statewide leadership position. Graham also led efforts to grow the base of the party by pursuing an aggressive outreach program to Arizona's different ethnic communities and non-traditional Republican groups