Since we started this campaign nearly 18 months ago, our focus has been on bringing people together and moving Phoenix forward. I’ve focused on the issues most important to Phoenicians and developed substantive solutions on public safety, economic development, infrastructure challenges, and creating more educational opportunities for future generations.
An outside group involved in the Phoenix Mayoral campaign has now spent more than $1 million to influence the outcome of the race, including misleading attack ads against Daniel Valenzuela, and buy the Mayor’s seat for their preferred candidate.
Another false attack ad from Revitalize Arizona hit airwaves in an attempt to mislead Phoenix voters. The same group aligned with Kate Gallego is doubling down, spending well over $600,000 in an attempt to buy the election for their complicit candidate.
Daniel Valenzuela in his campaign for Phoenix Mayor has proven to be the most accessible candidate in the Phoenix Mayoral race, hosting meet and greets in every council district, and participating in public forums and debates.
Greta Rogers, a longtime Phoenix resident and of recent internet fame, set the record straight today and announced her support for Daniel Valenzuela for Phoenix Mayor. A $500,000 attack ad that hit airwaves last week not only falsely misleads voters about Daniel Valenzuela, but it uses Phoenix City Council footage of Ms. Rogers without her permission.
*Information obtained from the City of Phoenix City Clerk (link)
Early ballots have been mailed! You can drop your ballot in the mail anytime before March 6.
In person early voting is available from now until Friday, March 8 on the 15th Floor of Phoenix City Hall, 200 West Washington Street, Phoenix, 85003
Voting Centers will be open for three days:
Saturday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday, March 11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
ELECTION DAY! Tuesday, March 12 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
You can request an early ballot or check your early ballot status by calling City of Phoenix elections at 602-261-8683
NOTE: Please refer to the City of Phoenix election page for all current information
Among the many reasons we strongly support Daniel Valenzuela for Phoenix Mayor is his universal vision of inclusivity, especially when it comes to members of the LGBTQ community. Partnering with Representative Jennifer Longdon, Daniel passed Phoenix’s first anti-discrimination ordinance to protect LGBTQ and other minority groups from hateful and unfair treatment.
In light of the new, false attack ad against Daniel Valenzuela, here are two questions everyone should be asking Kate Gallego today:
Kate Gallego was an anti-dark money crusader, but now that it is benefiting her, why is she suddenly silent?
What do Israel Torres and his clients expect to get from Kate Gallego for their $500,000-plus media spend?