I’D BE HONORED TO HAVE YOUR VOTE FOR THE AZ CORPORATION COMMISSION ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 30.
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL ARIZONA ENDORSES RICK GRAY FOR THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION
PHOENIX – August 23 – Home Builders Association of Central Arizona officially endorses Rick Gray for the Arizona Corporation Commission. “We appreciate your support of issues important to our industry and your leadership,” said Spencer Kamps.
“I am honored to have received the endorsement of the Home Builders Association. Working with their association throughout my time in the Legislature has proven to be fruitful to help associations like HBACA grow jobs and help to create an vibrant economy for the benefit of those who call Arizona their home,” said Gray.
PHOENIX CITY COUNCILMAN SAL DICICCIO ENDORSES RICK GRAY FOR THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION
PHOENIX – August 15 – Conservative State Representative and former businessman Rick Gray, candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission announced today the endorsement of Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.
Councilman DiCiccio said, “Arizona is a state with a bright energy future. We need leaders who not only understand our state’s energy needs, but also who have experience solving complex problems. I have known Rick Gray for years and know him to be a man of integrity and ingenuity. Gray is a dedicated public servant and I know that he will serve the state well on the Arizona Corporation Commission. I hope you will join me in supporting Rick Gray for Arizona Corporation Commission.”
“Councilman DiCiccio has spent years working to protect the taxpayers by fighting against the overreach of big government and the dreaded status quo. He is a man of action. I am honored to have his support,” said Gray.
ARIZONA ROCK PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION (ARPA) ENDORSES RICK GRAY FOR ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION
“On behalf of the Arizona Rock Products (ARPA) members, we are excited to endorse Rick Gray, a candidate that shares our mission of supporting the natural resource industry and policies that stimulate economic growth and prosperity. His policy decisions and voting record in defense of industry and businesses in Arizona have not gone unnoticed or under appreciated.”
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RICK GRAY, SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN, STATE REPRESENTATIVE AND CANDIDATE FOR THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION
FILES OVER 9,200 SIGNATURES FROM ALL 15 COUNTIES.
Phoenix – May 25 – Rick Gray, successful businessman, three-term State Representative and candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission filed more than 9,200 signatures, almost double the number required by law to qualify for the ballot. These 9,200 signatures represent voters from all 15 counties.
“As I have met with voters in every county of the state, I am sincerely humbled by the support my campaign is receiving,” stated Gray. “Collecting over 9,200 signatures would not have been possible without the incredible help that our campaign has received from great people all across Arizona. This was truly a team effort. I am thankful to each and every person who signed my petition and all those who have worked so hard alongside me to get my name on the ballot. I look forward to continuing to serve the people of Arizona on the Corporation Commission as their Commissioner.”
Gray will forego chance at new House term, run for state utility panel
October 7, 2015 | By Jeff Grant, DAILY NEWS-SUN
Rick Gray, who has represented Sun City in the Arizona Legislature for almost five years, will seek a seat on the state’s utility regulations panel, forgoing a bid for a fourth consecutive term in the House of Representatives.
Gray said he’s held an interest in the Corporation Commission’s work. “It has such a big impact on our community. With Commissioner Bob Stump being termed out, and after talking with Commissioner Bob Burns, I decided the commission was the best place for me to serve my community and my state,” said the Republican whose district includes Sun City, Youngtown and El Mirage, as well as parts of Surprise and Peoria.
“He’s well-respected. He’d be an excellent addition to the commission,” said Greg Eisert, chairman of the Sun City Home Owners Association’s Governmental Affairs Committee, which lobbies on behalf of the community over issues before lawmakers. Gray is a former chairman of the SCHOA panel and a former SCHOA board member.
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