LOVAS PASSES $60,000 FUNDRAISING MARK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 24, 2012

PEORIA, Ariz. – State Rep. Phil Lovas, candidate for Arizona State House in District 22, has passed the $60,000 fundraising mark to lead West Valley legislative candidates.

Through July 23, Lovas raised nearly $48,000 in individual contributions and more than $12,000 in PAC contributions.

“I appreciate the enthusiastic support my campaign has received,” said Lovas.  “This shows that Arizonans agree with my goal of making Arizona the best place in America to do business.”

Lovas is an Arizona businessman with more than a decade of experience in hotel development throughout the western U.S.  He advocates greater economic opportunity by cutting the size of government and protecting and promoting conservative values.  Lovas and his wife, Corinne, live in Peoria with their three children.

Legislative District 22 covers north Peoria, north Glendale, Sun City West, and Surprise.

 

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MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO ENDORSES PHIL LOVAS

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MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO ENDORSES PHIL LOVAS

PEORIA – Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio today endorsed State Representative Phil Lovas in his bid to represent the newly formed Legislative District 22 which covers north Peoria, north Glendale, Sun City West and Surprise.

Arpaio, Maricopa County Sheriff since 1993, said Lovas will continue to be a consistent conservative vote in the Arizona legislature.

“I trust Phil Lovas to be a strong, conservative vote in the state legislature,” said Arpaio. “You can always count on him to vote to protect the taxpayers and Arizona’s families.”

In addition to Arpaio, Lovas has been endorsed by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, U.S. Congressman Ben Quayle, Peoria City Council Member Cathy Carlat, Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, U.S. Senator Jon Kyl, State Treasurer Doug Ducey, State Senator Judy Burges and State Representative Jack Harper.

Lovas is a businessman from Peoria.  He has over a decade of experience in hotel development throughout the western U.S.  He advocates greater economic opportunity in Arizona, cutting the size of government and protecting and promoting conservative values.  Lovas and his wife Corinne live in Peoria with their three children.

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State Treasurer Doug Ducey Endorses State Representative Phil Lovas

STATE TREASURER DOUG DUCEY ENDORSES PHIL LOVAS

PEORIA – State Treasurer Doug Ducey today endorsed State Representative Phil Lovas in his bid to represent the newly formed Legislative District 22.  This is Ducey’s first legislative endorsement of the 2012 campaign cycle.

Ducey, who is serving his first-term as treasurer after a successful private sector career as CEO and partner of Cold Stone Creamery and current chairman of iMemories, said Lovas has the business experience needed to help grow Arizona’s economy.

“Phil has worked for over a decade to create jobs in our state,” Ducey said.  “Arizona needs people with a business background who understand how to create jobs in this economy.  I support Phil, and look forward to working with him to make Arizona the number one place in America to do business.”

In addition to Ducey, Lovas has been endorsed by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, U.S. Congressman Ben Quayle, Peoria City Council Member Cathy Carlat, Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, State Senator Judy Burges and State Representative Jack Harper.

Lovas is a businessman from Peoria.  He has over a decade of experience in hotel development throughout the western U.S.  He advocates greater economic opportunity in Arizona, cutting the size of government and protecting and promoting conservative values.  Lovas and his wife Corinne live in Peoria with their three children.

Once redistricting is completed, Legislative District 4 will become the new Legislative District 22 covering north Peoria, north Glendale, Sun City West and Surprise.

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Lovas Endorsed by Burges and Harper

LOVAS ENDORSED BY BURGES AND HARPER

PEORIA – LD4 State Representative Phil Lovas was endorsed today by State Senator Judy Burges and State Representative Jack Harper for election to his House seat.

Burges, whose seat Lovas filled in the House, was appointed to the State Senate in January.  She is a well-known conservative who said Lovas has done a great job representing the district.

“Phil has one of the most conservative voting records in the House and represents the views of our conservative district.  I look forward to working with him in the years to come to cut government spending and push back against federal government mandates.”

Harper, a four-term former State Senator and one-term House member from Surprise, said he supports Lovas as well.

“Phil has proven to be a consistent conservative who will support second amendment rights and help to grow our economy. “

Burges and Harper become the latest elected officials to endorse Lovas.  Previous endorsements include Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, U.S. Congressman Ben Quayle, Peoria City Council member Cathy Carlat and Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.

Lovas is a businessman from Peoria.  He has over a decade of experience in hotel development throughout the western U.S.  He advocates greater economic opportunity in Arizona, cutting the size of government and protecting and promoting conservative values.

Once redistricting is completed, Legislative District 4 will become the new Legislative District 22 covering north Peoria, north Glendale, Sun City West and Surprise.

Lovas and his wife Corinne live in Peoria with their three children.

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Congressman Ben Quayle endorses Arizona House candidate, Phil Lovas

January 12, 2012 By

 

PEORIA – Phil Lovas, candidate for the Legislative District 4 House seat, was endorsed today by Congressman Ben Quayle.

Quayle, who stated he would not take a Congressional pension and work to reform the system, applauded Lovas’ stance not to take a pension as a member of the Arizona legislature.
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Phil Lovas Announces Run for State Representative

January 11, 2012 By

 

Peoria–Phil Lovas today announced that he will run for state representative in the new Legislative District 22, which covers parts of Peoria, Glendale, Sun City West, and Surprise.

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Phoenix City Council member Sal DiCiccio have enthusiastically endorsed Lovas.
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