Tim Jeffries is racking up endorsements of his Arizona Legislative District 23 Senate campaign. Pegged as a reformer, Jeffries has won diverse endorsements across the political spectrum.
Jeffries won the endorsements of the Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) and its president Cathi Herrod, James Strock, author of Disrupt Politics, and the former President of the Arizona Coyotes, Doug Moss.
“Tim will stand up and fight for foundational principles on issues of life, parents’ rights, and religious freedom,” said Herrod in a press release.
“Years of misrule by special-interest sock puppets at the Capitol are depriving Arizona of the extraordinary future that lies within in our grasp. Time and again, Tim Jeffries has exhibited the independence and courage that non-partisan voters are seeking in our political leaders. He has the energy and integrity to make positive change,” stated Strock, a registered Independent.
“I am not a Republican.I am a registered Independent who supports Tim Jeffries for State Senate. We don’t agree on all the issues, but I respect Tim and his genuine love and compassion for people, along with his dedication for public service,” said Moss. “Tim is someone who listens more than he talks and who will work tirelessly for the people he represents. I don’t believe that civility should be a thing of the past, but if that becomes our new reality we’ll never achieve true greatness. Because at the end of the day we’re all in this together. And I’m in this with Tim.”
Jeffries says he “has raised well north of $100,000 and has a substantial financial war chest for the final three weeks of the Republican Primary.”
Jeffries was an accomplished businessman when he took on the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES). While there, he and his team came under fire for their efforts to reform the agency and eliminates “deadwood.” Eventually the team was relieved of duty in what many believe was a concentrated effort by government insider to stop an investigation into fraudulent practices.