FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 15, 2012
Tucson, AZ – “I am deeply humbled and appreciative of the support my colleagues from southern Arizona have given me since I announced my run for United States House of Representatives,” said State Senator and Republican candidate for Congress Frank Antenori. “We’ve stood side-by-side as we’ve fought to fix the state’s budget crisis, create new and better jobs, and find tough, but fair, solutions to the problem of illegal immigration. Even as I take this leap from state legislator to U.S. Congressman, I still look forward to continuing to work with my friends and colleagues from southern Arizona as wemake Arizona and America an even better place.”
Senator Antenori released the following members of the Arizona Legislators as official endorsements of his campaign for United States Congress:
Senator Gail Griffin (LD-25)
Senator Al Melvin (LD-26)
Senator Steve Smith (LD-23)
Senator Don Shooter (LD-24)
Representative David Gowan (LD-30)
Representative Peggy Judd (LD-25)
Representative Terri Proud (LD-26)
Representative David Stevens (LD-25)
Representative Ted Vogt (LD-30)
“Frank Antenori is the leader in Washington southern Arizona needs right now,” said State Representative David Stevens. “Whether it’s health care, budget woes, the economy, or immigration issues, Frank is the experienced legislative leader that will find the innovative solutions to these problems. I’m honored to lend my endorsement to his campaign and know that southern Arizona will make the right choice and send Frank to Washington.”
A decorated veteran, published author, and defense and aerospace executive, State Senator Frank Antenori was first elected to the Arizona Legislature in 2008. He presently serves as the Majority Whip in the Arizona State Senate. He announced his candidacy for United States Congress on January 27, 2012 and is running on a platform of creating jobs and economic opportunity for southern Arizona, repairing the nation’s fiscal crisis, and curbing illegal immigration.
For more information about State Senator Frank Antenori and his candidacy for Congress, please visit www.Antenori.com.