Former Mayor Paul Johnson Endorses Wes Gullett

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 12, 2011
CONTACT: Daniel Scarpinato

Cites Gullett’s independence and experience bringing people together

PHOENIX — Wes Gullett is excited to announce that he has received the endorsement of former Phoenix Mayor and businessman Paul Johnson, adding to a broad, bipartisan coalition committed to getting Phoenix working again.

“Wes will bring a new perspective to city government, an independent leader we need to create jobs and bring Phoenicians together,” Johnson said. “Our community needs new jobs, new ideas and new leadership. Wes Gullett has a record of creating businesses and bringing people together. We need him as Mayor. I know what it takes to be Mayor and Wes can get the job done.”

“I’m honored to have Paul Johnson’s support,” Gullett said. “Paul is a successful businessman, known for his independence and his innovation. This campaign is about jobs and moving Phoenix forward, and Paul’s support is testament to that. We need Republicans, Democrats and Independents to work together in order to meet Phoenix’s challenges.”

Paul Johnson is a successful businessman, political Independent and former Democrat. He was Phoenix mayor from 1990 to 1994 and was the 1998 Democratic gubernatorial nominee. He has a record of creating jobs in the private sector and bring people across party lines together for the betterment of Phoenix.

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Comments

  1. Gullett is also going to get an endorsement from Terry Goddard, Janet Napolitano, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters.
    Phil “Amnesty” Gordon is also on the list because Mrs Gullett served as his chief of staff for many years while gordong was perfecting his amnesty strategies for Phoenix.

  2. Paul Johnson is also a developer of “affordable” housing so he will no doubt be making lots of deals with Mayor Gullett to build his welfare hotels all throughout phx.

  3. Paul Johnson is also a developer of “affordable” housing so he will no doubt be making lots of deals with Mayor Gullett to build his welfare hotels all throughout phx. I think Bachman and Palin call it Crony Capitalism.

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