PR: Former Arizona GOP Chairman John Munger Launches His Campaign for Arizona Governor


October 5, 2009


Former Arizona GOP Chairman John Munger Launches His Campaign for Arizona Governor

WHO: John Munger, Former Chairman, Arizona Republican Party

WHAT: Press conferences announcing his campaign for Governor:

WHEN: Tuesday, October 6, 2009
9:00am (Casa Grande)
5:00pm (Prescott)

9:00am Victory Republican Headquarters, 400 Marshall St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122
5:00pm The Palace, 120 South Montezuma, Prescott, AZ 86303

WHY: To return Arizona to Prosperity with Real Leadership, No Excuses.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: John Munger will kick off a four-day, 10-city tour of Arizona to introduce his candidacy and meet voters. Following his announcement in Casa Grande Tuesday morning, he will travel to Prescott, and make stops throughout the week in Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Yuma, Tucson, Phoenix, Sierra Vista and Safford. At each location he will address issues of specific importance to local residents. For complete schedule and details, visit

ABOUT JOHN MUNGER: John Munger has devoted his life to building businesses, creating jobs and serving his community and country. Most recently, he has served as Chairman of Imagine Arizona, a public policy organization dedicated to promoting economic growth, the empowerment of free people and limited government. Munger has also served as Arizona’s Republican Party Chairman and Chairman of the Arizona Board of Regents. He is currently a partner of Munger, Chadwick LLC, and has been regularly ranked as one of the top attorneys in Arizona. A proud military veteran with overseas service, John is a founder of St. Albans Episcopal Church in Tucson, a skilled horseman, and holds a Black Belt in Karate. John and his wife Roseann have been married 27 years. Together, they have 5 children and 6 grandchildren and reside in Tucson, Arizona.


  1. Am I the only person that thinks this candidate is boring. He is running for governor and no one seems to care. Why is that?

  2. He is too closely associated with John McCain.

  3. DeAnn, what is exactly is “too close” these days?

  4. Brewnitano says

    I’ve heard Munger’s speel. “Too close to McCain” is his repeating of McCain policy right on down the line. If you need to know a Munger position just Google McCain and the topic. Munger is “me too!”

    McLame staffers on the Munger “campaign” is another little clue.

  5. Are you kidding me? The whole Munger family are crooks and adulterers. His brother was kicked off the probate bench for ripping off the elderly. On the bright side, John Munger shouldn’t support red light cameras since he’s ignored the tickets he’s received. votenojudgemunger(dot)com

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