Candidate For Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers Secures Another Key Endorsement

(GLENDALE, AZ) Maricopa County Supervisor Max Wilson has endorsed Jerry Weiers in the race for Glendale Mayor. Wilson joins a growing list of leaders, including congressman Trent Franks, in endorsing Weiers.

Wilson has been serving on the Board of Supervisors since 2002 and is currently its Chairman. One of Supervisor Wilson’s main focuses is the protection of Luke Air Force Base. Wilson said, ““I could have no better partner that Jerry Weiers in protecting Luke Air Force Base. In addition, Jerry knows the issues that are important to the West Valley and he has the experience to work with regional governments to secure Glendale’s future.”

Weiers said, “I am honored to have Max’s endorsement. He and I are both aware that cooperation and communication between governments are what’s needed to grow our economy and protect local assets such as Luke.”

Weiers moved to Arizona in 1966. He has represented the West Valley in the State Legislature for nearly eight years. He helped lead efforts to bring the F-35 to Luke Air Force Base, solidifying this critical economic engine for Glendale. As a state lawmaker, Weiers has also helped Arizona recover from years of previous over-spending, turning a multi-billion dollar deficit into this year’s budget surplus.

Jerry is an accomplished pilot who flies out of the Glendale airport. He is a motorcycle enthusiast, and he is a member of the El Zaribah Shriners Motorcycle Unit. He performs in parades across the state and is also a reservist for the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

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