Prescott, AZ – After a successful 2017 legislative session, included recognition from pro-family and pro-taxpayer groups, State Representatives David Stringer and Noel Campbell announced that they would be running for re-election to the State House in 2018.
"I have enjoyed my first year and am proud that I have been able to make a difference for the families of our district and state." said Stringer, adding “There is still more to do as we work to keep our budget balanced, cut red tape, further improve our schools, and attract jobs to Arizona. I look forward to continuing my work.”
“Working with David Stringer has been great, and we’ve been able to advance a lot of issues that matter to this district.” said Campbell, adding that the pair will continue to prioritize transportation infrastructure for Yavapai County, education funding, and further expanding personal liberty for all Arizonans.
Stringer is an award-winning conservative who currently serves on the Education Committee, the Judiciary & Public Safety Committee, and the Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy Committee, in the State Legislature. He is an attorney and small businessman in Prescott who has been active in the philanthropic and civic life of his hometown. In addition to serving in the State Legislature, he serves as Publisher of PrescotteNews.
Campbell is a veteran conservative lawmaker who currently serves as Chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and is a member of the Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy Committee and the Military, Veterans and Regulatory Affairs Committee. He has spent his life in public service as a Naval Commander, later as a U.S. Customs Agent, and finally as a helicopter and tanker pilot fighting fires for the U.S. Forest Service.
Both candidates noted that their 2016 campaign was the most expensive in the history of LD1, and that they were preparing for another hard-fought campaign. “We’re not taking anything for granted and neither are our supporters. To succeed in this political climate you have to love the fight. We worked hard and ran strong last time and we’re prepared to do it again."