Aaron Lieberman filed paperwork on Friday, May 11th, to run for the Arizona State House representing Legislative District 28.
“I am honored to join the LD28 team, running alongside Rep. Kelli Butler and Senate Candidate Christine Marsh, to finally bring much-needed change to our state,” said Lieberman
Lieberman grew up in LD28 right in front of Piestewa Peak, and attended Madison Heights in elementary school.
“It was a different time. Democrats and Republicans worked together to solve problems – and that pragmatic attitude allowed Arizona to flourish.”
But the state he returned to with his family three years ago looked quite different.
“Our public schools were decimated by funding cuts – with funding at lower levels than in 2009. It’s past time to end the partisanship. I want to listen to ideas from all sides, find common ground and figure out how to get Arizona’s public education system back on track. That’s where 92% of all our children are educated.”Read more
How to make a difference in LD28
Many Candidates in Arizona need petition signatures to qualify to be on the August 28, 2018 ballot and a minimum of 240 $5.00 Clean Elections Qualifying Contributions from any voter to qualify to receive Clean Elections Campaign funds. This means they will not accept campaign contributions from corporations, Political Actions Committees (PACs), in other words, “DIRTY” money.
Here’s how we can help, if you haven’t already signed or given.
Step 1. Go to Secretary of States’ E-Qual website
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