TEMPE, AZ – Former Arizona State University and NFL quarterback Andrew Walter announced today the endorsement of California’s Congressman Ed Royce. Congressman Royce, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee, released the following statement regarding his support for Andrew’s campaign:
“I am proud to support Andrew because his unique background, proven leadership and experience will bring bold, new leadership to Washington. Andrew has what it takes to secure a healthy economy and get Arizonans back to work. I know Andrew will work to create jobs, balance our budget and put an end to wasteful spending.”
Andrew Walter stated “I am grateful for the support of Congressman Ed Royce. Congressman Royce has been a champion for economic growth and job creation and I look forward to working with him to return America to the path of prosperity. Beginning with Obamacare, I will work with Congressman Royce to repeal laws that punish hard working Americans and stifle economic growth.”
About Congressman Ed Royce
Congressman Royce represents California’s 39th Congressional District and serves as a senior member of the Financial Services Committee and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee. Congressman Royce has been a champion of economic growth and earned honors and awards from the National Taxpayers Union, Citizens Against Government Waste, National Federation of Independent Business and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce among others.
About Andrew Walter
Andrew Walter is a native Arizonan and starred at quarterback for Arizona State University (ASU) where he earned a BA in Communication. Andrew was selected in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders and finished his career with the New England Patriots. Following his professional sports career Andrew earned his MBA from ASU, with an emphasis in finance. Andrew has had great success in the private sector as the Principal of Andrew Walter Holdings, a senior secured lending firm, and as a credit analyst for MidFirst Bank.