Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona Endorse Chip Davis
Chip Davis, Republican candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District One, announced that he had been endorsed by the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona.
"Unlike many politicians running for office, Chip Davis is a 'doer'," said the President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona, Bryan Jeffries. "He embodies the very best about public service because he listens, and then he participates in the solution. This mindset is what has endeared Chip Davis to this community for over three decades, and why he is needed, now more than ever, in the Arizona House of Representatives. Chip Davis will be a strong friend and ally to fire fighters as an Arizona legislator, which is why we are pleased to endorse him for the Arizona House of Representatives."
"I am humbled and honored to have received the endorsement of the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona," Davis said. "We owe a debt of gratitude to the fire fighters across our district for the sacrifices that they make. I will always support our fire fighters, and I look forward to working alongside of the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona when I am elected to the Arizona Legislature."
Chip Davis Recognizes Support of Community Leaders
Chip Davis, Republican candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives, issued the following statement on the overwhelming number of rural community leaders who have endorsed him for Legislative District 1.
"It is humbling to look at the list of community leaders and organizations who have endorsed my candidacy for the Arizona House of Representatives," Davis said. "These people and organizations have endorsed me because they know that I will stand up for the values of rural Arizona and stop the overreach of government. I look forward to working alongside of this growing coalition - and others - when I am elected to the Arizona House of Representatives."
Davis has currently received the following endorsements:
- Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog
- Dewey-Humboldt Mayor Terry Nolan
- Cave Creek Mayor Vincent Francia
- Yavapai County Supervisor Rowle Simmons
- Yavapai County Supervisor Tom Thurman
- Yavapai County Supervisor Craig Brown
- Yavapai County Supervisor Jack Smith
- Prescott Valley Town Councilmember Lora Lee Nye
- Former Yavapai County Sheriff Steve Waugh
- Former Yavapai County Sheriff G.C. "Buck" Buchanan
- Former Yavapai County Supervisor John Olsen
- Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- REALTORS of Arizona
- Arizona Nurses Association
- Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
- Thomas Zaleski, Sedona
- Mike Gardner, Cottonwood
- Jim Elmer, Clarkdale
- Jane Strain, Sierra Vista
- Jimmy Stewart, Kirkland
- Ray Newton, Prescott
- Patrick DuFresne, Rimrock
- Chris Moran, Dewey
About Chip Davis
A fourth generation Arizonan, Chip’s parents still raise cattle on his great grandparents’ homestead west of the Bradshaw Mountains in southwestern Yavapai County. Chip, his wife Karen, four children, and ten grandchildren all appreciate the rich history, scenic splendor and diverse culture of Arizona and believe it is a heritage that must be treated with respect and safeguarded for the future. Chip's proactive approach to government and his “can do” attitude has put him at the forefront in changing the way that Yavapai County does business and has marked him as one of the most dynamic leaders in local and regional government.