Thomas Grier Announces Campaign for Arizona House in Legislative District 16

“We need true conservative leaders who are willing to tackle complex issues. The time for ineffective leadership is over; it is time for legislators who are not only conservative but also capable of building successful conservative coalitions.”

MESA – Arizona conservative businessman and attorney, Thomas Grier, announced today his intention to run for the Arizona House in legislative district 16.

“Encouraged by family and friends, I have decided to run for the Arizona House. Arizona is an amazing state, with limitless potential to influence the national dialogue,” said Grier. “We need true conservative leaders who are willing to tackle complex issues. The time for ineffective leadership is over; it is time for legislators who are not only conservative but also capable of building successful conservative coalitions.”

Grier has broad support across the district, and looks forward to building upon an already growing grassroots campaign. Grier added: “I believe that Arizona’s best days are still to come if we stay true to the conservative principles engrained in the land of Barry Goldwater.”

“Thomas Grier is not only a good person, but an exceptional leader and business mind,” said former Arizona Speaker of the House Kirk Adams. “The state and district are in need of talented conservative leaders more than ever, I am confident that Thomas will make a huge difference for conservatism and Arizona families.”

In the next few weeks, the campaign’s official leadership team and website redesign will be announced. For more information, visit Thomas Grier’s Facebook Page or sign up for email updates at www.ThomasGrier.com.

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A resident of Arizona since childhood, Thomas Grier grew up in Mesa, went to high school and college in Tempe, and married a 2nd grade teacher born and raised in the East Valley. Thomas Grier graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University and attended The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Thomas works as the Associate General Counsel for The Keating Group, Inc., a national insurance agency headquartered in Phoenix. He is married to the wonderful Lisa Lewis Grier and has two amazing children, Riker James Grier and Olivia Madison Grier.


Comments

  1. If his only endorsement so far is Kirk Adams, I’d be careful and ask to see some kind of record. While former Speaker Adams’ own voting record wasn’t terrible, he recruited and ran with the infamous Sen. Rich Crandall.Thanks a lot for that – everyone makes mistakes, but what a whopper! That alone washes away much of the good Adams ever did. Maybe Grief will turn out to be a true conservative, but it seems reasonable under the circumstances to ask for evidence.

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