Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Rose-Allyn Public Relations Posts Six Campaign Wins Tuesday Night

Rose & Allyn Public Relations Posts Six Victories on Election Night Despite GOP Challenges, Economic Headwinds
Available For Commentary on These And Other Campaign Issues
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA. NOVEMBER 5, 2008. A political hat trick. Squared. Barack Obama may have won the big prize, but Rose & Allyn Public Relations was also a big winner Tuesday night, helping six issues and candidates to victory.
They included:
-Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas: Re-Election Campaign
-Central Arizona College Bond-Question 1: First Bond Passed Since 1972
-Maricopa Parks & Recreation Bond-Question 5: Passed With 62 Percent In Rough Economic Climate
-Pinal County Supervisor-Elect Bryan Martyn: First Republican To Hold This Seat
-Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock: Re-Election Campaign
-Proposition 411: Ritz-Carlton Referendum-Paradise Valley, AZ*(Note: Prop. 411 was managed by Highground. Rose & Allyn consulted on the campaign.)
Earlier in the year, Rose & Allyn successfully consulted on the re-election of Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman, the defeat of an electoral attempt to incorporate Tusayan (adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park) despite being outspent five to one, and Bryan Martyn's Republican primary victory.
Tuesday night's success brings Rose & Allyn's campaign record to 17-3 in the past five years, which includes Mitt Romney's second place finish in the Arizona presidential primary.
For commentary on these or any other Arizona election results from Tuesday night, please call Jason Rose or Jim Sharpe.

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