Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Governor Jan Brewer Endorses Steve Chucri

Steve Chucri for County Supervisor

Contact: Tyler Hudgins

Governor Jan Brewer Endorses Steve Chucri

MARICOPA COUNTY - Today, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has proudly announced her endorsement of Steve Chucri for Maricopa County Supervisor District 2. The Governor joins the ranks of many supporting Steve’s campaign in this very important election for the county. "Steve Chucri is the real deal - a trusted conservative, a beloved husband and father, a problem-solver not a bomb-thrower, and the grandson of Arizona business pioneers. Steve’s faith, wisdom and leadership are reflected in his beautiful family, and successful career in the private sector. I firmly believe that Steve Chucri is the right person to lead Maricopa County on the Board of Supervisors," stated Governor Brewer.

In addition to this latest endorsement, Chucri was recently endorsed by U. S. Senator Jon Kyl, Congressman Jeff Flake, Congressman Ben Quayle, Congressman David Schweikert, Congressman Paul Gosar, Congressman Trent Franks, State Senate President Steve Pierce, Speaker of the House Andy Tobin, State Treasurer Doug Ducey, Maricopa County Supervisor Andy Kunasek, Gilbert Mayor John Lewis, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, and Paradise Valley Mayor Scott LeMarr.

Chucri has served as the President & CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association since 2002. Under his leadership, the ARA and restaurant industry in Arizona has enjoyed a substantial growth in sales. As President and CEO of the ARA, Chucri represents business owners and sees firsthand how the actions of local, state, and federal governments can positively or negatively impact restaurants and other small businesses in Arizona. Chucri’s experiences as a businessman, husband, and father have given him invaluable insight into the needs of his community, and ensure that, as county supervisor, he will always put people before politics.


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