Monday, November 26, 2007

Sheriff Arpaio, Others To File Paperwork Tuesday Morning To Put Romney On AZ Presidential Primary Ballot

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Currently leading polls in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, Gov. Mitt Romney's Arizona Honorary Campaign Chairman, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, will file paperwork on Tuesday morning making him eligible for Arizona's February 5th presidential primary election. Tuesday is the first day candidates can file for the ballot. Gov. Romney has received substantial political and financial support while campaigning in Arizona numerous times over the past year. The media is encouraged to join Sheriff Arpaio, State Senator Chuck Gray, State Rep. Rich Crandall and others at 10:50am at the Arizona Secretary of State's Office (1700 West Washington, Phoenix, 7th Floor).


Boston, MA - On Tuesday, November 27, Governor Mitt Romney will announce his intent to participate in the Arizona Presidential Primary Election on February 5, 2008. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, State Senator Chuck Gray and State Representative Rich Crandall will submit the necessary paperwork to the Arizona Secretary of State's office requesting that Governor Romney's name appear on the Arizona Republican primary ballot. The following event will be open for a photo opportunity:

Tuesday, November 27, 2007:

10:50 a.m. Romney for President Files for Arizona Primary Ballot Access

Secretary of State's Office - 1700 W Washington St., 7th Floor Executive Tower Phoenix, AZ, 85007

NOTE: Be prepared for natural light.

*All Times Are Mountain Standard Time


phone: 480-423-1414

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