Communication Workers of America Endorse Tom O’Halleran

Sedona, AZ – Democrat Tom O’Halleran announced today that the Arizona State Council of the Communications Workers of America have endorsed him in his race for Congress in Arizona’s first district, which reaches from Flagstaff and the Navajo Nation down to the Tucson suburbs of Marana, Saddlebrooke, and Oro Valley.

“Our members in Arizona are hardworking telecommunication workers, wireless industry workers, public employees, flight attendants, and ground service flight agents, and we are proud to endorse Tom O’Halleran to represent Arizona’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives,” said CWA local representative Shad Ercanbrack. “Tom believes in working families, and he believes in the basic American value of fairness, which is under attack by a Congress that is bought and sold by special interests and rich corporations.  Tom knows that people who work for a paycheck to raise their children deserve better than they’re getting from this Congress. Whether it’s protecting Social Security and Medicare, raising the minimum wage or fighting for tax fairness for working families, Tom will vote to create a stronger country.”

“I am grateful to receive the endorsement of the Communications Workers of America,” said O’Halleran. “I support the right of working people to organize and bargain collectively for decent wages and benefits. I thank the CWA for their endorsement and look forward to continuing to work with them to improve the lives of our children.”

 Tom’s endorsements include:

·       AFL-CIO

·       National Education Association

·       American Federation of Teachers

·       Representative Ann Kirkpatrick

·       Former Representative Ron Barber

·       Terry Goddard, Former Arizona Attorney General

·       Felicia Rotellini, 2014 Nominee for Arizona Attorney General

·       Fred DuVal, 2014 Democratic nominee for Governor

·       Navajo County Sheriff K.C. Clark

·       Navajo County Attorney Brad Carlyon

·       State Rep. Eric Meyer, Democratic House Leader

·       State Rep. Rebecca Rios, Democratic House Whip

·       State Rep. Ken Clark

·       State Rep. Albert Hale

·       State Rep. Jonathan Larkin

·       State Rep. Charlene Fernandez

·       State Rep. Lisa Otondo

·       State Rep. Mark Cardenas

·       State Rep. Lela Alston

·       State Sen Katie Hobbs, Democratic Senate Leader

·       State Sen. Steve Farley, Assistant Senate Democratic Leader

·       State Sen. Martín Quezada, Democratic Senate Whip

·       State Sen. Lynne Pancrazi

·       State Sen. David Bradley

·       State Sen. Andrea D’Alessandro

·       State Rep. Stefanie Mach

·       State Rep. Reginald Bolding

·       State Rep. Juan Mendez

·       State Sen. Andrew Sherwood

·       Supervisor Art Babbott, Coconino County Supervisors

·       Superviser Matt Ryan, Coconino County Supervisors

·       Sheriff William Pribil, Coconino County Sheriff

·       Former State Rep. Tom Chabin

·       Former State Sen. Ed Ableser

·       Don Bivens, Former Arizona Democratic Party Chair

·       Don Jorgensen, Former Pima County Democratic Party Chair

·       Roberto Reveles, Former Stewart and Morris Udall Staffer

·       End Citizens United

 

Living in Arizona’s First District for over two decades, Tom has committed himself to improving the lives of others. In 1966 he joined the Chicago Police Department where he was an officer and one of the youngest homicide investigators in the city’s history. In 1979 Tom became a member of the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) where he opened up his own business and served two terms on the board of directors. Tom is a past member of the Board for Prevent Child Abuse, Arizona, and was a founding member of Arizona’s Children’s Caucus at the legislature. Tom continued his commitment to public service during his eight years in the Arizona legislature where he built a reputation for taking on tough challenges despite the political consequences. After serving his constituents in the legislature, Tom maintained his commitment to protecting Arizona’s natural beauty as the President of Keep Sedona Beautiful and as a Chairperson on the Verde River Basin Partnership.

 

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