Hallman Picks Up Endorsements from Key Mohave County Leaders

Mohave County Sheriff Tom Sheahan, Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark Nexsen Join Leaders from Throughout Arizona Supporting Campaign
Republican candidate for State Treasurer Hugh Hallman has picked up the endorsement of two of the most prominent elected officials in Mohave County.
Sheriff Tom Sheahan and Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark Nexsen have endorsed Hallman’s candidacy for the State Treasurer’s office. The two conservative Republican leaders praised Hallman’s record of fiscal responsibility and his commitment to limited government.
“It’s important to the people of Mohave County that we have strong advocates in statewide office for keeping both state and federal government in check,” Sheahan said. “Hugh Hallman’s experience as Mayor of Tempe and his lifelong commitment to limiting the size and scope of government make him an ideal choice in the State Treasurer’s Office for the priorities of Mohave County residents.”hallman pic
Nexsen said that as a Mayor himself, he knows how important it is to have someone who understands the challenges of running a city in the State Treasurer’s Office.
“We work closely with the State Treasurer’s Office on the funding we need to make sure Lake Havasu City’s government is run effectively,” Nexsen said. “Having someone like Hugh Hallman, a former Mayor who understands the importance of fiscal responsibility, in this office would be a tremendous asset for Arizona residents.”
Hallman thanked Sheahan and Nexsen for their support and said that Mohave County residents will truly have a voice in the State Treasurer’s Office.
“Mohave County’s success is a critical part of the success of our state as a whole,” Hallman said. “I’m grateful that leaders like Tom and Mark from this important part of Arizona are supporting my campaign, and I look forward to working with them in the State Treasurer’s Office to help communities like Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, Kingman and others work with state government in a fiscally responsible way.”