FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Shawnna Bolick Receives Endorsement from
Arizona's State Treasurer Jeff DeWit
(Phoenix, AZ) - April 3, 2018- Today, Shawnna Bolick, a Republican candidate for an open seat in the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 20 received the endorsement of Arizona State Treasurer Jeff DeWit.
"I am proud to endorse Shawnna Bolick for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 20 because she has the right qualities the Arizona taxpayers entrust in a future legislator: someone who is adept at opening the books, reducing government bureaucracy, reining in out of control spending and helping our small businesses flourish,” stated DeWit.
“I am honored to have Treasurer DeWit’s full support. Our state’s treasury and investments have continued to thrive under his leadership,” said Bolick. “As DeWit embarks on the next leg of his journey, I hope he will continue to share valuable advice with Arizonans.”
State Treasurer Jeff DeWit joins former Senate President and Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns, Maricopa Attorney Bill Montgomery, Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio, Phoenix Councilman Jim Waring, State Senator Rick Gray, State Representative Darin Mitchell, State Senator Warren Petersen, State Representative Jay Lawrence, State Representative Mark Finchem, State Representative Anthony Kern, State Representative Jill Norgaard, State Representative Jeff Weninger, State Representative Travis Grantham, State Representative Kevin Payne, State Representative David Stringer, State Representative Maria Syms, State Representative Ben Toma, State Board of Education Public Member Jared Taylor, District 4 member of Maricopa Community College District's Governing Board Jean McGrath and District 3 member of Maricopa County Community College Governing Board Johanna Haver in endorsing Republican candidate Shawnna Bolick for the open House seat in Legislative District 20.
Shawnna Bolick was appointed to the Arizona State Board of Education’s Academic Standards Development Committee as a public high school parent and to Arizona’s Early Childhood Education and Health Board by Governor Doug Ducey.
Shawnna and her husband Clint reside in Phoenix, AZ with their two children, Ryne and Kali, and their rescued greyhound.