Dear Friends and Supporters,

I am honored to announce the endorsements of local leaders from around LD13. These dedicated public servants understand firsthand the issues facing our communities. I’m proud they have placed their faith in me to deliver results for Arizona.


PAUL FAITH
Vice Mayor of Litchfield Park

“Joanne Osborne has always been a champion for education and small businesses. Many of the programs and initiatives she implemented in the City of Goodyear are things which would benefit the whole state of Arizona. Joanne would make a great legislator and I’m proud to endorse her for State House in LD13.”


WALLY CAMPBELL
Vice Mayor of Goodyear

“As Vice Mayor of Goodyear and former chairman of LD13, I know Joanne Osborne is a good choice for the Arizona House of Representatives. Serving with me on city council has provided her with a fundamental understanding of state and regional issues. Her experience and conservative values make her an ideal choice for our representative in LD13.”


ERIC ORSBORN
Vice Mayor of Buckeye

“Joanne Osborne is the correct choice for LD13’s State House. She understands the importance the state government plays in the role for cities and towns. She knows what small businesses need to thrive, and she sees what our education system needs to succeed. Joanne Osborne is my choice for the LD13 State House.”


SKIP HALL
Surprise City Council

“Having served on Surprise City Council for the last ten years, I had several opportunities to work with Joanne Osborne in her capacity as a Goodyear City Councilmember, as well as her various leadership roles with different regional and local agencies and organizations. We share passion on several issues including youth initiatives, education, water conservation and supply, and stronger economic development opportunities as well as authentic public service. Joanne understands government on all levels and the need to work together to create a prosperous future for our cities and Arizona. I enthusiastically endorse Joanne to represent District 13.”

Don’t forget to vote on August 28th!