Meet The Candidates! Andy Biggs, Warren Petersen, Eddie Farnsworth, Travis Grantham, Jake Hoffman

Please attend a Meet the Candidates event on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.  Hosted by Rick & Jacque Gurney and Frank & Tricia Groe.  To request the address, please RSVP
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Senator Andy Biggs is running for Congressional District 5 U.S. House of Representatives.

Rep. Warren Petersen is running for the Arizona Senate in Legislative District 12.

Rep. Eddie Farnsworth is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative 12.

Travis Grantham is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 12.

Jake Hoffman is running for Queen Creek Town Council

See below for a few articles and endorsements relating to these great conservative candidates. 

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery Endorses Andy Biggs.  "Andy Biggs has been an honorable public servant and strong supporter of law enforcement for many years. It is my honor to endorse his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives,” Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said. “Andy has always stood for the full and fair enforcement of our laws, including our immigration laws, and for securing our borders. He has steadfastly adhered to a faithful application of our U.S. Constitution and I have no doubt he will always act with integrity and hold himself accountable to the voters who entrust him with elective office."

The American Conservative Union (ACU) today announced its endorsement of State Senator Andy Biggs (ACU Lifetime Score: 95%), the leading conservative in Arizona’s race for the 5th Congressional District.  The seat is currently held by Republican Matt Salmon, who is not seeking reelection. “I’ve had the fortunate opportunity to meet with Senator Biggs and discuss his conservative approach to public policy.  Biggs fought hard against unaffordable Obamacare Medicaid expansion and his two consecutive ACU Ratings Awards for Conservative Excellence reflect his strong support for conservative principles on a wide range of issues, both economic and cultural,” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp.  “Biggs has demonstrated his courage and his leadership by explaining how seemingly-popular spending programs, like Obamacare and the State Children's Health Insurance Program, fail to meet the needs of intended beneficiaries.  I hope that all conservatives will vote for Andy Biggs in the Arizona Republican Primary on August 30th.

"Representative Petersen has been one of the strongest conservatives at the Capitol. He is our regulatory hawk. You can count on him to keep the government in check. I look forward to working with him in the Senate." ~ Senate Whip Gail Griffin 

The Arizona Free Enterprise Club has endorsed Warren Petersen, Eddie Farnsworth, and Travis Grantham.

"Thank you, Eddie Farnsworth, for being an answer to our prayers and thank you for sponsoring our bill. The magnitude of Jacob's Law is being felt all around us." Tay Tay Robinson.  Governor Signs Jacob's Law. 

"Travis Grantham is a strong conservative that we need in the Arizona legislature. I've gotten to know Travis these last few months and I am proud to support him. Travis has a long history of creating jobs in Arizona and an honorable career in the Arizona Air National Guard where he continues to serve today as an officer and as a KC-135R pilot. I know we can trust Travis to do the right thing." Larry “Lucky” Chesley, Air Force LT Col (Retired)

Community leader Jason Barney endorses Jake Hoffman for Town Council.  “Queen Creek has amazing opportunities ahead. Jake Hoffman brings the kind of principle driven leadership, professionalism and entrepreneurial attitude needed to leverage those opportunities, while preserving the heart, soul and character of Queen Creek. I enthusiastically endorse Jake Hoffman for Queen Creek Town Council.”

Warren Petersen, Eddie Farnsworth, and Andy Biggs present John Galt Youth Award

Senate President Andy Biggs Hosts 10/30/2013 Common Core State Standards Symposium

Jake Hoffman for Queen Creek Council: Op-Ed