Schweikert for Congress Announces Lane Endorsement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 8, 2012
CONTACT: Chris Baker

Another CD6 Leader Endorses Schweikert 

(Scottsdale) Schweikert for Congress Campaign announced today that Scottsdale Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane has endorsed Congressman David Schweikert for reelection in Congressional District 6.

Mayor Lane’s endorsement is another in a line of leaders in CD6 who have endorsed David Schweikert’s reelection.

“I am very pleased to have Mayor Lane’s endorsement for my reelection,” said Congressman David Schweikert. “Mayor Lane’s leadership in Scottsdale has been fantastic. I am proud to have his support.”

Mayor Lane’s endorsement comes on the heels of endorsements by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, and former State Senator Jim Waring.

“There is no question that Congressman Schweikert is the right choice in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District,” said Mayor Lane.

“Congressman Schweikert’s leadership and long-time ties to our community have served us well in Congress, and I am confident that he will continue to be our strongest advocate. I encourage all of my fellow District 6 voters to join me in supporting David.”

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Comments

  1. Keep those endorsements coming!! This critical time in history calls for heroes like David who will fight for change. He must return to DC to continue to shake things up.

    To Congressman Quayle: You are young, have only lived in Arizona a short time, narrowly won your last Primary and served in politics very briefly. This is what makes your choice simply wrong. Your constituents are NOT that committed to you. The comment, “at the end of the day, my choice is to continue representing the people I represent today” is such a selfish statement. It should be what the people want that counts. The PEOPLE, as evidenced through the polling, want you to run in District 9! We were guaranteed 2 seats and now one sitting Congressman will lose his job. It’s a crying SHAME.

  2. Just a note: Jim Waring is now a Phoenix City Councilman.

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