The Daniel Valenzuela for Phoenix mayoral campaign today announced an endorsement from Moses Sanchez, a veteran, businessman, former school board member and former Phoenix mayoral candidate. The endorsement from Sanchez, an Ahwatukee resident, shows Valenzuela is continuing to broaden his coalition of support as early ballots go out to voters this week for the March 12th runoff election.
Valenzuela’s focus on core issues like public safety, hiring more first responders and addressing the city’s homelessness crisis all played a role in earning the support of Sanchez.
“Daniel knows we desperately need to hire more police officers to keep our City safe as well as support our brave first responders, and I am confident he is the best choice to do just that,” said Sanchez. “Our next Mayor must be able to work together with diverse groups and build coalitions to address the challenges facing Phoenix. Daniel has shown the consistent ability to do that. It is critical that all of us fulfill our civic duty by voting and holding our elected officials accountable, so I am encouraging all of my supporters and all Phoenicians to vote for Daniel Valenzuela on March 12th.”
“Moses has served our nation and our community of Phoenix admirably, and I am thrilled to have his support as we continue our final push to Election Day,” said Daniel Valenzuela, former Phoenix City Council member and candidate for mayor of Phoenix. “As an educator and businessman, Moses knows how raising the level of quality in our schools directly impacts the economic development we want to see in Phoenix. His passion for helping those most in need is contagious, and I am looking forward to working with him on innovative solutions that raise the quality of life for all Phoenicians.”