The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s Political Action Committee is endorsing 50 candidates for the Arizona legislature in the Aug. 30 primaries.

The chamber PAC has supported candidates it feels are business-friendly for more than 30 years.

The chamber’s PAC is supporting the following candidates:

District 1:
Karen Fann (R), Senate, Noel Campbell (R), House, and Chip Davis (R), House;

District 2:
Chris Ackerly (R), House and Daniel Hernandez (D), House;

District 5:
Sonny Borrelli (R), Senate and Regina Cobb (R), House;

District 6:
Sylvia Allen (R), Senate, Brenda Barton (R), House and Bob Thorpe (R), House;

District 8:
Frank Pratt (R), Senate, T.J. Shope (R), House and David Cook (R), House;

District 11:
Vince Leach (R), House; District 13: Steve Montenegro (R), Senate, Darin Mitchell (R), House and Don Shooter (R), House;

District 14:
Grail Griffin (R), Senate and Drew John (R), House;

District 15:
John Allen (R), House and Heather Carter (R), House;

District 16:
Doug Coleman (R), House;

District 17:
Steve Yarbrough (R), Senate, J.D. Mesnard (R), House and Jeff Weninger (R), House;

District 18:
Jeff Dial (R), Senate, Jill Norgaard (R), House and Bob Robson (R), House;

District 19:
Lupe Chavira Contreras (D), Senate, Mark Cardenas (D), House and Diego Espinoza (D), House;

District 20:
Kimberly Yee (R), Senate and Paul Boyer (R), House;

District 21:
Debbie Lesko (R), Senate, Tony Rivero (R), House and Kevin Payne (R), House;

District 22:
David Livingston (R), House and Phil Lovas (R), House;

District 23:
John Kavanagh (R), Senate, Jay Lawrence (R), House and Michelle Ugenti-Rita (R), House;

District 25:
Bob Worsley (R), Senate and Rusty Bowers (R), House;

District 27:
Catherine Miranda (D), Senate and Reginald Bolding (D), House;

District 28:
Kate Brophy McGee (R), Senate, Mary Hamway (R), House and Maria Syms (R), House; and

District 30:
Robert Meza (D), Senate and Jonathan Larkin (D), House.

“The PAC board always takes this difficult and important task very seriously, and this year was no exception,” Greater Phoenix Chamber PAC Chairman John Moody said. “After thorough and thoughtful analysis, the PAC board has selected candidates who best understand the importance of maintaining a pro-business environment and who are willing to collaborate in order to advance public policy that allows our businesses to prosper, grow and create new jobs while enjoying long-term economic stability.”

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Posted by Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce supports business growth and drives economic development in the region by helping members stay connected and prosperous, growing the economy through Phoenix Forward, our collaborative economic development partnership, and advocating for pro-business policies.