Guest Editorial: Tammy Caputi Submits Over 1300 Petition Signatures for Her Scottsdale City Council Reelection Campaign

Councilwoman Caputi becomes first candidate to file in a crowded field with 30% more signatures than the minimum threshold. 

Yesterday, incumbent Scottsdale City Councilwoman Tammy Caputi filed nomination petitions with the Scottsdale City Clerk to officially place her name on the ballot for the Primary Election in July and the General Election in November. Caputi worked with her team of volunteers to exceed the minimum requirement, with no paid-circulation effort. Her early success and depth demonstrate the broad support for her reelection from local residents.

“I’m seeking re-election to the Scottsdale City Council to continue the great work that’s being done by this council,” commented Tammy Caputi. “Along with my colleagues, I’ve increased job creation by 10%, kept our budget in the black, fully funded public safety, and brought our tourism back to pre-pandemic levels. I will run as hard as I can to make sure we keep moving forward in a positive, balanced direction.”

Caputi will campaign on what she characterizes as Scottsdale’s “Winning Formula”: A strong, healthy economy that keeps property values and amenities high with property taxes low.

“I have been blessed to collaborate with a diverse group of colleagues, an amazing city staff, and so many caring and passionate residents and business owners,” said Caputi. “Together we have found common ground and accomplished so much already. The city will be facing many new challenges in the next few years, and we can neither stand by nor sit still if we want to maintain our excellence.”