The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s Political Action Committee (GPCC PAC) has endorsed 51 candidates for the Arizona Legislature prior to the November 8, 2016, general election. The GPCC PAC has supported business-friendly candidates in local and state races for more than three decades.

The following is the list of candidates endorsed by the GPCC PAC for the 2016 general election:

District 1

Karen Fann (R), Senate

Noel Campbell (R), House

David Stringer (R), House

District 14

Gail Griffin (R), Senate

Drew John (R), House


District 22

David Livingston (R), House

Phil Lovas (R), House


District 2

Chris Ackerly (R), House

Daniel Hernandez (D), House


District 15

John Allen (R), House

Heather Carter (R), House


District 23

John Kavanagh (R), Senate

Jay Lawrence (R), House

Michelle Ugenti-Rita (R), House

District 5

Sonny Borrelli (R), Senate

Regina Cobb (R), House


District 16

Doug Coleman (R), House


District 25

Bob Worsley (R), Senate

Rusty Bowers (R), House

Michelle Udall (R), House

District 6

Sylvia Allen (R), Senate

Brenda Barton (R), House

Bob Thorpe (R), House

District 17

Steve Yarbrough (R), Senate

J.D. Mesnard (R), House

Jeff Weninger (R), House

District 27

Catherine Miranda (D), Senate

Reginald Bolding (D), House


District 8

Frank Pratt (R), Senate

T.J. Shope (R), House

David Cook (R), House

District 18

Jill Norgaard (R), House

Bob Robson (R), House


District 28

Kate Brophy McGee (R), Senate

Mary Hamway (R), House

Maria Syms (R), House

District 11

Vince Leach (R), House




District 19

Lupe Chavira Contreras (D), Senate

Mark Cardenas (D), House

Jose Espinoza (D), House


District 30

Robert Meza (D), Senate




District 12

Warren Peterson (R), Senate

Travis Grantham (R), House

District 20

Kimberly Yee (R), Senate

Paul Boyer (R), House

District 13

Steve Montenegro (R), Senate

Darin Mitchell (R), House

Don Shooter (R), House

District 21

Debbie Lesko (R), Senate

Tony Rivero (R), House

Kevin Payne (R), House

“The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce PAC is pleased to support the above slate of 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,” said Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce PAC Chairman John W. Moody.

“The PAC is a cornerstone of the Greater Phoenix Chamber, vital to our mission of avocation for and supporting our member businesses,” said Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd Sanders. “As they did in the primary, the PAC board chose to make election endorsements for the general election of those whose policies and agendas are most closely aligned with the overall mission of the Chamber to boost Arizona’s economy through job creation and business retention and expansion. These candidates deeply care about the business climate in Arizona and we are proud to offer them our endorsement.”

The GPCC PAC was established in 1978 to help pro-business candidates get elected to state, county and local offices and ultimately improve the overall business climate in Greater Phoenix. The Chamber first became a Super PAC in 2003—the first Chamber in Arizona to achieve this elite distinction which allows the PAC to drastically increase its support of pro-business candidates. To date, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is one of two chambers in the state of Arizona to achieve Super PAC status.

About the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
Representing 2,400 businesses across Metropolitan Phoenix, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is Arizona’s largest Chamber. The Chamber supports the growth and development of business by offering networking and marketing opportunities, money-saving programs and a voice in government, keeping its members informed, connected and prosperous. The Chamber also enhances members’ success by promoting economic development, entrepreneurship and a connection to the community.


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