Supervisor Clint Hickman Files Over 1,700 Signatures to Qualify for Primary Ballot

Supervisor Clint Hickman Files Over 1,700 Signatures to Qualify for Primary Ballot
For Immediate Release
May 23, 2014
Contact: Drew Sexton
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PHOENIX—Maricopa County District 4 Supervisor Clint Hickman filed over 1,700 petition nomination signatures today to appear on the August primary ballot. Supervisor Hickman collected signatures from throughout the West Valley and filed nearly double the minimum amount needed to qualify.

“I’m very excited to officially file our signatures today and continue to build momentum for our campaign,” stated Supervisor Hickman. “As I traveled throughout District 4 and met with voters, I heard the same message: West Valley residents want efficient government and an emphasis from our county leaders on protecting taxpayer dollars. As Supervisor, I will keep fighting to reduce harmful, unnecessary regulations and make sure the County lives within its means and your money is protected.”

With his signature amount at nearly double the minimum amount required, Supervisor Hickman is virtually assured of appearing on the ballot for the August 26th election.

About Supervisor Clint Hickman

Clint Hickman is a fourth-generation Arizonan from one of the West Valley’s most prominent families and businesses. He was appointed to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in March of 2013. Hickman was selected to replace former Supervisor Max Wilson and vowed to continue Wilson’s tradition of integrity, decency and fairness – and to serve “as champion of the taxpayer.”

Hickman brings energy, enthusiasm and enormous business and community experience to public service. He is vice president of sales and marketing at Hickman’s Family Farms, Arizona’s largest egg producer, a West Valley landmark business that started in 1944 on Grandmom Nell’s backyard porch and 50 hens. Hickman’s Family Farms now houses four million hens.

Clint Hickman has more than 25 years of experience in the business. Other than four years at the University of Arizona, he has spent his entire life in the West Valley. Like his predecessor Max Wilson, Hickman comes to politics after long track record of community service and helping charitable causes. He is currently Honorary Commander of the 69th Fighter Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, a member of the Hunger Project, the Arizona and Maricopa County Farm Bureau, and board member of the Arizona Food Marketing Association. He was also appointed and served as one of the few civilian members on the Arizona Meth Project.

Hickman is a lifelong Republican – dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility, protecting Luke Air Force Base, and reducing restrictions to support jobs and economic opportunities. He and his wife Jennifer have two sons and a daughter. They live in Goodyear.

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