Six Arizona Legislators Endorse Bill Gates for County Supervisor

by Bill Gates for Arizona
Phoenix, AZ – Today the Bill Gates for County Supervisor campaign announced the endorsements of Senator Adam Driggs (R-28), Representative Kate Brophy McGee (R-28), Representative Phil Lovas (R-22), Representative Paul Boyer (R-20), Representative Anthony Kern (R-20), and Representative Heather Carter (R-15).
“I have known Bill Gates for years. He is a hard worker, a man of integrity and someone I call a friend,” said State Representative Kate Brophy McGee. “I am proud to endorse Bill for Maricopa County Board of Supervisor. He has proven to be a steward of the taxpayers’ money at the City and I know he will do the same at the County.”
“It is an honor to have the support of these influential legislators who represent portions of Supervisorial District 3,” stated Gates.  “I look forward to continuing a positive relationship with each and every one of these legislators as we work together to represent our shared constituencies.”
Other endorsements for Bill Gates include: Governor Doug Ducey, Former Governor Jan Brewer, Maricopa County Supervisors Clint Hickman and Denny Barney, Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen, Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers, and Paradise Valley Mayor Michael Collins.
Bill Gates currently serves as a Phoenix City Councilman and is Associate General Counsel & Director of Distribution for PING, a Phoenix-based golf equipment manufacturer. He attended Drake University where he received his bachelor’s degree in political science and economics in 1993 and he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1996. Councilman Gates is married and has two daughters.