Monday, December 15, 2014

Two more LD Chairs endorse Aaron Borders

Phoenix - Two more Republican district chairs endorsed Aaron Borders for 2nd Vice Chair of the MCRC. Kevin Payne (LD 21) and Ian Murray (LD 25) threw their support behind Borders' candidacy, joining the chairs of LD 19, 27 and 29 who had previously endorsed Aaron Borders.
 "Aaron Borders is a young, hard-working conservative - and needed for MCRC leadership," Payne said. "Aaron will work with the rest of the MCRC leadership team to help Republicans win elections in 2016, and he will also help protect and maintain the conservative principles that our Party has stood for. Please join me in voting for Aaron Borders for 2nd Vice Chair of the Maricopa County Republican Committee on January 10th."
Murray said, "Legislative District 29 is a heavily Democrat District and normally there are no Republican candidates. However, Aaron Borders stepped up to take on the Democrats and nearly won.  This is the type of individual we need on the Maricopa County Republican Committee, and I fully endorse Aaron Borders for MCRC 2nd Vice Chair."
"I am so fortunate to have earned the endorsement of Kevin Payne and Ian Murray - two chairmen of very influential Republican districts in Maricopa County," Borders stated. "I am excited to start working with Kevin and Ian and all of the other Republican leaders and precinct committeemen in Maricopa County should I be elected as 2nd Vice Chair of the MCRC." --------------------------------------------
Aaron Borders is married to Shelly Borders, a fourth-generation Arizonan. They have four young children. Aaron is a business owner, a board member of the West Valley Youth Sports Commission, and a licensed financial specialist. In his limited free time, Aaron enjoys serving at his church, spending time with his family and coaching his sons in football. Aaron has been endorsed by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Arizona House Majority Leader-elect Steve Montenegro, Arizona House Majority Whip-elect David Livingston, Representative Darin Mitchell, Senator Kelli Ward, Senator Don Shooter, Maricopa Community College At-Large-elect Tracy Livingston, former LD 16 Chairman Constantin Querard and many other active Maricopa County Precinct Committeemen.
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