January 12, 2012 By Press Release
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.
“For too long elected officials have abused the public pension system to give themselves lavish taxpayer funded retirements. I’m proud to support true conservatives, like Phil, for standing up and doing the right thing.”
Lovas thanked the Congressman for his support, “I admire the work that Ben has done at the federal level fighting to reduce wasteful government spending and the size of government. I will advocate for these exact same principles here in Arizona when elected.”
Ben Quayle is the US Congressman for Congressional District 3 in Arizona, known for his unwavering support of conservative social values.
Quayle becomes the latest elected official to endorse Lovas. Previous endorsements include Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery 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.