What a week!
Border mayors endorsed Governor Ducey, citing his strong record on growing Arizona’s economy and our trade relationship with Mexico.
Border Patrol agents announced their support for the governor, crediting his “decisive leadership” to help secure the border.
The governor also traveled throughout Arizona — meeting with voters and sharing his vision for securing Arizona’s future.
Keep scrolling for all the highlights from the week.
National Border Patrol Council Endorses Doug Ducey
The National Border Patrol Council and Local 2544 (Tucson Sector) endorsed Doug Ducey for Governor on Monday, stating that Governor Ducey is on the side of law enforcement and on the side of protecting citizens… WATCH »
Border Mayors from Both Parties Endorse Doug Ducey
Douglas Mayor Uribe (D): Gov. Ducey has brought his business approach to government. The result is growing trade with Mexico, more jobs, economic development, and selling what towns like Douglas have to offer… READ »
Nogales Mayor Doyle: Governor Ducey has worked with us here in Nogales to improve Arizona’s relationship with Mexico, especially by increasing trade at our port. It’s resulting in more jobs for Arizonans… READ »
Gov. Ducey in Tucson for Announcement of 600 Jobs
Technology firm TuSimple announced 600 new jobs in Tucson. The expansion is estimated to create a $1 billion economic impact over 5 years. Since 2015, 300+ companies have relocated or expanded to Arizona… READ »
Gov. Ducey Honors September 11 in Prescott Valley
Governor Ducey attended the Blessing of the Fields ceremony in Prescott Valley honoring the lives lost 17 years ago in the September 11 attacks. Volunteers planted nearly 3,000 flags, one for each victim… READ »
Gov. Ducey Visits the Yavapai County Fair in Prescott
Governor Ducey visited the Yavapai County Fair in Prescott with Mayor Mengarelli, Mayor Pro Tem Billie Orr, Corporation Commissioner Andy Tobin, and State Senator Karen Fann. Over 25,000 people attended… READ »
Gov. Ducey Visits Casa de Primavera Senior Center
Governor Ducey met residents and helped serve lunch at the Chicanos Por La Causa Casa de Primavera Senior Center. He thanked the many veterans in the room for their service. The center serves 350 people… MORE »
Gov. Ducey Visits Senior and Youth Centers in Phoenix
Governor Ducey also toured the Adam Diaz Senior Center and the Wesley Center in Phoenix, meeting with staff and kids in an after school program that offers activities, homework help, and nutritional support… MORE »
Gov. Ducey Visits Centro de La Familia in Maryvale
Governor Ducey visited the CPLC’s Centro de La Familia in Maryvale. Their mental and behavioral health services benefit over 4,300 people a year and make a big difference in this Phoenix neighborhood… MORE »