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Phoenix, AZ – Today, former Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates issued the following statement congratulating Debra Stark on her appointment to fill the District 3 seat on the Phoenix City Council.
“I want to congratulate Debra Stark on getting the appointment to represent the good residents of District 3 on the Phoenix City Council,” said Bill Gates. “District 3 is a special place and I know that the residents will help Debra make informed decisions about Phoenix’s future. Additionally, I offer my services and expertise to the new councilmember as she transitions onto the council.”
Phoenix, AZ – Today, Republican Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates filed more than 2,000 nominating signatures for County Board of Supervisors, which is almost three times the 711 signatures needed to qualify for the ballot.
“I am honored and humbled by the amount of support I have received since announcing my intent to run for the County Board of Supervisors,” said Gates. “I am looking forward to a spirited campaign as I work to gain the support of the voters of Maricopa County District 3.” Continue reading
As you all know, tragedy has hit our community hard with the loss of Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser, who was shot in the line of duty on May 18. Yesterday, the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association held a full day BBQ and fundraiser in support of Officer Glasser’s Family. It was an emotional day, but I want to thank everyone who came out to North Mountain Brewery to show their support. I am so proud of our community coming together to support the family of Officer Glasser and our law enforcement.
I am always amazed at the selfless acts of kindness I get to witness in our community. During last night’s event, Michael and Jake (pictured below) donated $500 from proceeds they raised by doing a car wash in their neighborhood. What incredible young men and what an inspiration to us all. Thanks Michael and Jake for your donation and thank you to everyone who donated to such great causes yesterday.
If you haven’t done so already, I would like to encourage all of you to support organizations who support our first responders in times of tragedy by either making a donation the 100 Club of Arizona (www.100club.org) or the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (www.plea.com).
For those of you who want to pay your respects, Officer Glasser’s funeral services will be held tomorrow, Thursday, May 26, 2016 at Christ Church of the Valley, 7007 W. Happy Valley Rd., at 10 am with a processional to Phoenix Memorial Park and Cemetery, 200 W. Beardsley Rd., immediately following the ceremony.
Again, thank you for your support.
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.” Continue reading
As District 3 City Councilman Bill Gates prepares to resign his seat at the end of this month to take aim at a county board seat later this fall, many community leaders, neighborhood groups and business owners look back on the impact he has had in the area in the last six-plus years, and wonder if his replacement will be as active as their outgoing representative.
“During the course of my career in public service I have worked for a former mayor of Phoenix and three former council members and can confidently state the most important traits to look for in a local elected official are a commitment to community outreach, ensuring business retention and expansion to widen the economic base, and supporting public safety,” said Tony Motola, president of the Sunnyslope Village Alliance. “Over the past seven years, Councilman Bill Gates has checked all these boxes and been a true advocate for District 3 and the Sunnyslope Village in particular.”
Gates first ran for the Phoenix City Council in 2009, when Phoenix was in the midst of the recession crunch.
“People were losing their jobs and their homes,” Gates recalls. “Our city budget was not structurally balanced and we faced huge challenges. I ran for City Council because I wanted to help ensure Phoenix remain the type of vibrant city that my daughters (at that time, 8 and 5 years old) would want to live, work and raise their families in once they became adults.”
Read the entire article at North Central News.
Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates today announced the endorsement of Governor Doug Ducey for his candidacy for Maricopa County Supervisor.
“I am proud to endorse my friend Bill Gates for County Supervisor,” Governor Doug Ducey said. “Bill Gates has the right experience and knowledge to move Maricopa County forward. He is bright, pragmatic and someone who knows how to get things done while being a steward of taxpayer money. Bill understands how to help grow our economy, while shrinking government, which is exactly the type of County Supervisor District 3 deserves. I trusted Bill Gates to serve on my transition team because I knew he is a man of honor and integrity and I am proud to endorse him for the same reasons.”
“I am honored and grateful for Governor’s Ducey’s support and endorsement,” Gates stated. “Governor Ducey has already accomplished so much for our great state. His focus on smaller government, a balanced budget, fewer regulations and innovative thinking is needed at every level of government. I look forward to continuing working with him at the county level.”
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.
The Bill Gates for County Supervisor campaign is looking for volunteers to help during the State GOP meeting on April 30th at the Mesa Convention Center. Volunteers will help collect petition signatures, handout collateral, and answer questions about Bill Gates’ and his campaign for County Supervisor.
Each volunteer will get a free Bill Gates for County Supervisor t-shirt. Please email email@example.com if you are able to help Bill on April 30th.
There are two shifts available for volunteers, but we’ll take any time you can offer:
- 7:30 am – 11:00 am
- 11:00 – 2:00 pm (might be earlier)
Dear Friends and Supporters:
This May, we have opportunity to support Proposition 123, which will put $3.5 billion into our schools, without raising taxes. This is a bi-partisan effort that teachers, parents, business leaders, and elected officials are rallying around.
However, in order for the proposition to be successful, it is extremely important that the message of Prop 123 gets to the voters. It is urgent that we get as many people making phone calls as possible!
Therefore, I want to invite you to join me on Wednesday, April 20, at the Prop 123 Headquarters where I will be hosting a call night in support of Prop 123.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MST)
Prop 123 Headquarters – 6900 East Camelback Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Again, please join me to make these important calls to voters in support of Prop 123. It will be a fun time. Additionally, there will be food and drinks for everyone.
Please RSVP using the following link: phonebankwithbillgates.eventbrite.com