Arizona Corporation Commission Candidate Attendees

2010 ACC Candidate Attendees:

Gary Pierce

From his website:

Commissioner Gary Pierce has a long and distinguished record of public and private service. Prior to serving as a Commissioner, Gary served as the Majority Whip at the Arizona House of Representatives where he balanced budgets and cut taxes without decreasing services.
As a Commissioner, he has worked to strengthen our power grid through increased transmission corridors. He has helped water customers by providing financial solutions for water companies to remove arsenic without harming customer pocketbooks.

By his record, Gary Pierce has proven he is uniquely qualified to continue serving the people of Arizona in a fair, honest, and responsible manner at the Arizona Corporation Commission.

Brenda Burns
From her website:
Brenda Burns has a long history of representing Arizonans as a conservative Republican. She first served in the Arizona House of Representatives from 1987 to 1995. In 1993, Republican House members elected Brenda to the position of Majority Leader, making her the first woman to hold the position in Arizona.
Brenda served eight years in the Arizona State Senate. In 1997, she became the first woman to hold the position of Arizona Senate President. As Senate President, Brenda was instrumental in the formation and passage of the State’s $6 billion dollar budget and reduced the Senate’s multimillion dollar budget by over eight percent.

Jorge Garcia
From his website:
Dear Voter,
I want to represent you in the Arizona Corporation Commission so as to continue Arizona’s policy for generating electricity from solar and other renewable sources
■to keep future utility rate increases modest
■to establish a new round of renewable energy standards
■to make Arizona a leader in sustainable energy policies and renewable energy standards

It has been a pleasure and an honor to work for and on behalf of District 27 constituents in the Arizona Senate, and I look forward to earning the opportunity to serve all Arizonans.

David Bradley

From his website:

"The Corporation Commission is about the future but is also about providing jobs in the present particularly in the solar energy field where Arizona must be a leader. I want to be part of a Commission that partners with the clean energy industry, our colleges and universities and our utility providers to build and sustain an energy infrastructure that will meet the needs of our State for decades to come. "

Dave has been a member of the Arizona State Legislature for the last eight years serving District 28 in Tucson. He served on Health, Human Services, Banking and Insurance, Higher Education and various adhoc committees during his tenure.