Congressman Matt Salmon Endorses Hugh Hallman for Treasurer

Says Hallman’s Record of Fiscal Responsibility is Ideal for Office
Congressman Matt Salmon, one of Arizona’s leading conservative voices, has endorsed Hugh Hallman for Arizona State Treasurer.
The East Valley congressman has worked closely with Hallman over the years on regional issues. Congressman Salmon said his first-hand knowledge of Hallman’s experience and expertise made Hallman a clear choice for the State Treasurer’s race.hallman pic
“Getting our state’s financial house in order must be a top priority for all members of our state’s executive branch,” Congressman Salmon said. “With our state’s debt approaching $9 billion, it is critical that we make serious and immediate changes to how Arizona spends our money. Hugh Hallman understands this crucial issue based on his years of experience in the private sector and his long service as Tempe’s fiscally conservative Mayor. Hugh cut Tempe’s budget while improving services. We can trust Hugh Hallman to serve us well as Arizona’s next State Treasurer.”
Congressman Salmon joins more than 80 conservative leaders who have praised Hallman’s combination of experience and expertise as the ideal mix for the office of State Treasurer. A full list of endorsements is available at
Hallman praised Congressman Salmon’s record of leadership in the House of Representatives and said he was grateful for the support of such a long-standing conservative voice.
“Congressman Salmon has done an exceptional job of representing East Valley residents and all Arizonans during his time in public service,” he said. “I am grateful for the Congressman’s support and look forward to working with him in this office in the future.”
Hugh Hallman is a Republican candidate for Arizona State Treasurer. He is the immediate past Mayor of Tempe, a position that relied upon his background as a public servant, economist and attorney to shape policies that work for the people of his community. He also served as Chairman of the Maricopa Association of Governments during the final year of his second term as Mayor, where he played a leadership role in regional issues.
Hugh is a longtime community volunteer and lifelong resident of Arizona, where his family settled in the 1860s. In 2009, he became Headmaster of Tempe Preparatory Academy, now one of the State’s best public schools. He has a successful track record as an attorney, educator, economist and civic leader. For more information, visit