Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Equality Arizona Endorsements

Posted By on Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 6:29 PM

Equality Arizona, "Arizona's only statewide LGBT civil rights organization," has announced its primary election endorsements.

Here's a news release:

Our state and our community have faced a difficult last two years. We are fortunate to have many candidates who are willing to step up to build a better, more inclusive Arizona. After careful consideration, the Equality Arizona Political Action Committee (PAC) has endorsed the following primary election candidates for 2010.

STATE-WIDE PRIMARY ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS 2010
Governor TERRY GODDARD
Secretary of State SAM WERCINSKI
Attorney General DAVID LUJAN, FELICIA ROTELLINI
State Treasurer ANDREI CHERNY
Superintendent of Public Instruction JASON WILLIAMS

LEGISLATIVE PRIMARY ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS 2010 (BY DISTRICT)
2 JACK JACKSON JR (SENATE)
6 PAT FLICKNER (SENATE)
10 JACKIE THRASHER (HOUSE)
13 STEVE GALLARDO (SENATE)
14 ROBERT MEZA (SENATE); CHAD CAMPBELL, DEBBIE MCCUNE-DAVIS (HOUSE)
15 KYRSTEN SINEMA (SENATE); LELA ALSTON, KEN CLARK, KATIE HOBBS (HOUSE)
16 LEAH LANDRUM TAYLOR (SENATE); RUBEN GALLEGO (HOUSE)
17 DAVID SCHAPIRA (SENATE)
23 REBECCA RIOS (SENATE)
24 AMANDA AGUIRRE (SENATE)
27 OLIVIA CAJERO-BEDFORD (SENATE)
28 PAULA ABOUD (SENATE); STEVE FARLEY, MOHUR SIDHWA (HOUSE)
29 LINDA LOPEZ (SENATE)
30 TODD CAMENISCH (SENATE); ANDREA DALESSANDRO (HOUSE)

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