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Scottsdale- City Council candidate Michael Auerbach today announces the Honorable Joe Arpaio has endorsed him for Scottsdale City Council.

“Today I am pleased to endorse Michael Auerbach, Candidate for Scottsdale City Council 2014. Michael is a strong supporter of law enforcement and will be an advocate for public safety. I encourage you to support Michael in his run to ensure that Scottsdale maintains it low crime rating”.

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Cave Creek, AZ - Citing a recent poll showing the governor's race is up-for-grabs, new entrant in the race, Frank Riggs, an Arizona businessman and former U.S. Congressman, touted his success in defeating Democratic candidates in a congressional district where Democrats enjoyed an almost 20-point registration advantage. The poll by Republican pollster Susquehanna Polling and Research suggests that over half of voters are undecided and the race is a toss-up between whoever wins the Republican nomination and the presumed Democratic nominee.

"I twice defeated incumbent Democrats," Riggs said. "And I did so while building a strongly conservative voting record that also appealed to independents and conservative ("Reagan") Democrats."

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February 13, 2014 - Scottsdale - City Council candidate Michael Auerbach today announces the endorsement of Phoenix City Councilman, Sal DiCiccio.

"Today I am pleased to endorse Michael Auerbach, Candidate for Scottsdale City Council," said DiCiccio. "Michael is a fiscal conservative who will fight to enact pension reform.

The escalating cost of city government must be brought down, and Michael will protect taxpayers from wasteful government spending. I encourage you to vote for Michael Auerbach."

“It is humbling to receive such kind words from a fellow Conservative Republican leader. I admire how Sal has taken on the unions and fights for the taxpayers. I am thankful for his support,” said Auerbach.

 

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