2017 Board of Governors Candidates' Statements

The Board of Governors elections are conducted online. Does the State Bar have your email address of record? (Rule 32(c)(3), Ariz.R.S.Ct.)

Elections will be held this year in the following Board Districts:

  • District 6 - Maricopa County - nine seats
  • District 8 - Pinal County - one seat

Recent amendments to Rule 32, ARIZ.R.S.CT.:

  • Effective January 1, 2017, Active out-of-state Members may vote in the District of their most recent Arizona residence or place of business or, if none, in Bar District 6. (Rule 32(e)(2)(D))
  • Effective 2019, all sitting Governors’ terms conclude and elections will be held in all eight Board Districts.  In Districts with more than one Governor, and in certain Districts, the Governors’ terms will be staggered.  Incumbents would be eligible to run for re-election.  (Rule 32(e)(2) and (4))

The candidates, their bios and their responses to the following questions follow.

Why are you interested in running for election to the Board of Governors? What do you believe are the significant issues facing the members today? If elected, how would you hope to address these issues?

* = Incumbent

The online election will launch on May 4 and will close at 5 p.m. on May 19.

For questions, please contact Carrie Sherman at 602.340.7201 or mailto:carrie.sherman@staff.azbar.org


(* = incumbent candidate)

District 6: Maricopa County

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*Sam Saks
Smith Paknejad, P.L.C.

YOUR VOTE MATTERS!  THIS ELECTION MATTERS!

With 20 candidates running for 9 seats, the upcoming Board of Governors election is the most important one in years and can change our Bar for the better.  The Board considers important issues like dues increases and modifications to the CLE system.  The voting on these issues has been close.  Did you know that the 2015 dues increase passed by one vote?

Your vote counts!  Less than 25% of attorneys vote.

SAM’S VOTING RECORD

If re-elected I will continue to push for more efficiency, transparency, and value from the Bar.  Don't just take my word for it.  Look at my voting record.  Here are some of my key votes:

PLATFORM

I am running with Pouria Paknejad, Benjamin Taylor, David Engelman, Tyler Carrell, and Jennifer Rebholz.  We believe the State Bar can play an important role in providing efficient, transparent, and valuable services to its members—without imposing additional regulations or interfering with judicial independence.  We support the following:

Efficiency, Transparency, & Value

  • Controlling the expenses at the Bar.
  • Opposing unnecessary dues increases.
  • Measures that will alleviate administrative burdens on practice.
  • Supporting the independence of the Sections and voluntary bar organizations (like the MCBA and PCBA).
  • 100% transparency. Members should be informed of any important decisions—before they are made.
  • The Bar should provide increased value to all of its members, using its resources to enhance professional development and the practice of law.

Judicial Independence & Modernization of the Bar

  • Protecting the independence of the judiciary by supporting merit selection.
  • Facilitating meaningful engagement with the Legislature.
  • A modern and effective attorney referral network that is available and free to all members.

Access to the Legal System

  • Promoting programs to enhance access to the legal system.
  • Coordination with other agencies and organizations to develop accessibility to the legal system.

I have the passion and experience to achieve these objectives.  I have served the Bar for over ten years, most recently as a member of the Board of Governors and the Rules Committee.

Now is the time for positive change. 


PLEASE CONSIDER VOTING FOR SAM SAKS, POURIA PAKNEJAD, BENJAMIN TAYLOR, DAVID ENGELMAN, TYLER CARRELL, AND JENNIFER REBHOLZ ON MAY 4. 

You can learn more at www.SamForBOG.com.

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Pouria Paknejad
Smith Paknejad, P.L.C.

BY NOW YOU HAVE SEEN THAT, IN ELECTIONS, YOUR VOTE COUNTS.

This election is consequential: you have the power to cast 9 votes – that's 9 opportunities to change our Bar for the better.

Our Board of Governors is responsible for important issues that may affect your practice. You should vote-in a Board aligned with your professional goals; especially when issues like dues increases are decided by one vote (like in 2015).

Historical data shows that less than 25% of our colleagues vote—you can change that by casting a vote this election. Along with a slate of like-minded bar leaders, I am asking you to use that power to vote for us this election.

OUR PLATFORM
Our slate represents a broad cross-section of the Bar: together with Sam Saks, Benjamin Taylor, David Engelman, Tyler Carrell, and Jennifer Rebholz, we believe that our State Bar plays an important role in providing efficient, transparent, and valuable services to all members—without imposing additional regulations or interfering with judicial independence. These are our pledges as your Board of Governors candidates:

Efficiency, Transparency, & Value
• Opposing unnecessary dues increases.
• Controlling the expenses at the Bar.
• Measures that will alleviate administrative burdens on practice.
• Supporting the independence of the Sections and voluntary bar organizations (like the MCBA and PCBA).
• 100% transparency. Members should be informed of any important decisions—before they are made.
• The Bar should provide increased value to all of its members, using its resources to enhance professional development and the practice of law. 

Judicial Independence & Modernization of the Bar
• Protecting the independence of the judiciary by supporting merit selection.
• Facilitating meaningful engagement with the Legislature.
• A modern and effective attorney referral network that is available and free to all members.

My leadership experience spans years – recently serving as the president of the North Phoenix Bar Association, the Vice-President of the IABA, Phoenix Chapter, and on the Editorial Board of Arizona Attorney Magazine. I have also served on the Judicial Performance Review Commission of the Supreme Court and served as Judge Pro Tempore for the Civil Division of the Superior Court. You can review my full CV at www.phxlawfirm.com – I hope you will agree I have the passion and experience to achieve these objectives—and that I'm the right choice for Board of Governors during this crucial time in our profession.
Now is the time for positive change. 

PLEASE CONSIDER VOTING FOR POURIA PAKNEJAD, SAM SAKS, BENJAMIN TAYLOR, DAVID ENGELMAN, TYLER CARRELL, and JENNIFER REIBHOLZ ON MAY 4-MAY 19.

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Tyler J. Carrell
Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A.

I seek the honor of continuing my service to the State Bar, its members, and the public because I believe my experience in bar leadership and understanding of the challenges facing the legal profession can provide a unique perspective to the Board of Governors. 

In my time on the Board of Governors and as a current member of the Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) Board of Directors, I have emphasized the need for quality programming and services, using the most modern and efficient methods.  The legal profession is facing new challenges from many directions, and I believe that the Bar must be proactive to ensure that lawyers can provide quality work despite growing concerns such as succession planning, law school debt, and work/life balance. 

I am running with Sam Saks, Pouria Paknejad, Benjamin Taylor, Jennifer Rebholz, and David Engelman.  We believe the State Bar can play an important role in providing efficient, transparent, and valuable services to its members—without imposing additional regulations or interfering with judicial independence.  We support the following:
 
Efficiency, Transparency, & Value

  • Controlling the expenses at the Bar.
  • Opposing unnecessary dues increases.
  • Measures that will alleviate administrative burdens on practice.
  • Supporting the independence of the Sections and voluntary bar organizations (like the MCBA and PCBA).
  • 100% transparency. Members should be informed of any important decisions—before they are made.
  • The Bar should provide increased value to all of its members, using its resources to enhance professional development and the practice of law.
     
    Judicial Independence & Modernization of the Bar
  • Protecting the independence of the judiciary by supporting merit selection.
  • Facilitating meaningful engagement with the Legislature.
  • A modern and effective attorney referral network that is available and free to all members.

PLEASE CONSIDER VOTING FOR SAM SAKS, POURIA PAKNEJAD, BENJAMIN TAYLOR, TYLER CARRELL, JENNIFER REBHOLZ, AND DAVID ENGELMAN ON MAY 4.

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Benjamin P. Taylor, II
Taylor & Gomez, L.L.P.

Are you interested in making sure the Board of Governors is focused on the members? Do you want to ensure your dues are managed carefully and spent to benefit you?

If so, vote for Benjamin Taylor. I am committed to elevating the Bar's role as a resource for attorneys, including both seasoned and new attorneys. My top goals will be to:  
 
1) Make sure the Bar is here to help attorneys, not hurt them.
 
2) Lower Bar Dues by assuring efficiency.
 
3) Ensure Bar dues promote and help attorneys.
 
4) Increase communication with other Sister Bars.
 
5) Increase the working relationship with the Maricopa County Bar Association.
 
With your vote, I will make sure that members are the priority. I will not be afraid to speak out and stand up for your rights as attorneys, as you stand up for the rights of your clients.

I also endorse Sam Saks, Pouria Paknejad, David Engleman, Tyler Carrell, and Jennifer Rebholz. Together we will work to serve Arizona attorneys.

 

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Lawrence Koplow
Koplow Law Firm

We can do better.

There are too many people that feel completely disconnected from our State Bar. There are too many people that only think about the Bar when our dues statement comes, or when we see someone we know in the back of its magazine.  For too many people, these events are their only connection to our Bar.

To be candid, I don't know how we got here - a time when so many people feel the State Bar is like an exclusive club within our profession.  Regardless of whether these feelings match the reality of what actually happens at the State Bar, too many of its members feel this way.  Too many people feel they are not part of the club.

At the same time, the promise of our profession is not what it used to be.  So many of our colleagues are struggling to keep up with the demands of being a lawyer in today's world.  Accordingly, we all need as much support from our Bar as it can provide.

However, it does not have to be this way.  At least I am still idealistic enough to believe that is the case. I don't pretend to have all the answers.  I just know if I am chosen to represent you, I will not accept the current ones.

We are not obligated to keep the status quo.  We are self-governing.  We choose what we are.  We have the privilege of electing who we want.  If you feel the same as I do, then let's do better.

Sincerely,
Lawrence Koplow

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Michael Kielsky
Udall Shumway, P.L.C.

Michael Kielsky, Professional Contrarian, Practiced Dissenter, Unrepentant Rebel, Candidate for Board of Governors:

www.ReformTheBar.com  |  #ReformTheBar  |  facebook.com/ReformTheBar

Dear Colleague:

If you know me, or you know of me, you know that I am not shy about speaking out, standing up, and pursuing what is right. Too often, that means I appear to be a singular voice, crying out for what is right, while everyone rushes by, pretending not to notice.

Yet, time and again, I find myself approached and discreetly thanked for speaking my mind by those who admit they are too scared, too shy, or have too much at stake, to publicly take on these struggles. I am proud to be their champion, and glad for any support, however subtle or discreet.

It is in that spirit that I’m writing to ask for your vote for the State Bar Board of Governors, as your quiet, subtle, and discreet support for REAL REFORM, not mere tinkering or window dressing. I promise to be a vocal and persistent advocate for true and transformational reform.

I will advocate a set of significant proposals to improve our State Bar, but the first effort will be getting elected the Board of Governors. As such, I ask you to consider the one-shot strategy, cast only one vote for me, so as to minimize diluting your dissenting vote, and to maximize the chance of success.

In general, I propose to reform the State Bar by:

• Dramatically reducing the cost of the State Bar by slashing every optional program
• Immediate termination of the misnamed and misrepresented Public Service Center
• Transforming to a voluntary bar

As a long-time board member of the Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) and President of the East Valley Bar Association (EVBA), I know the good a Bar Association may achieve. Complacency, looking solely to the past, repeating what has been done because that's the way it has always been done, practically being in denial about the present reality of the modern practice of law and those challenges already cresting the horizon, these are simply insufficient cause to continue business as usual.

As a member of the State Bar Board of Governors, you will have a voice consistently and zealously advocating for those changes which must be started, and sooner rather than later, for the benefit of all. Allow me to be the voice, even if often merely in dissent.

Elect me to the Board of Governors – Maximize your vote for me, ONLY vote for me.


Elect Michael Kielsky – ReformTheBar.com #ReformTheBar

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Ryan S. Patterson
Quarles & Brady, L.L.P.

I hope you will give me the opportunity to serve you on the Board of Governors.   I believe I have a unique perspective to bring to the table that will benefit the Bar's members.  I am a partner with Quarles & Brady, where I have practiced since law school.  I am an Arizona native and happen to be a 1st generation lawyer within my family.  In my practice, I defend my clients against product liability and personal injury claims and work with my clients to establish proactive in-house steps to increase safety measures.  I love what I do, who I do it for, and where I do it.  At Quarles & Brady, I have consistently strived to put myself in positions to make a meaningful impact on firm administration.  Just ten (10) years into practice, I was entrusted with a national leadership position within the products liability group whereby I collaborate with my colleagues on business development and group administration - consensus building with lawyers is obviously difficult and a challenge I face on a routine basis in this role.  I have been a long-standing member of our firm's recruiting committee and work tirelessly with the local law schools (focusing on my alma mater - the UA Law College) not only on recruiting, but also development for the future members of our Bar.

Significant issues facing members today include those associated with an aging bar (Alzheimer's, dementia), a continued lack of diversity in the profession which is being compounded by the reduced number of law school applicants and the debt load facing recent graduates, legislative challenges to the bar's existence, and data security issues. I would address these challenges by bringing my leadership and experience to bear on these concerns. Specifically, my experience in recruiting brings first-hand knowledge about the hurdles facing our profession on the diversity front. And, my historical experience with the Arizona Students Association will be beneficial to the membership of the Bar in helping to understand and stave off challenges to the Bar's existence and independence. I have recent experience with the dramatic effects aging can have on practitioners. Much more education needs to be done create awareness of the problems associated with diminished capacity related to aging. Finally, the risks and costs associated with data security cannot be underestimated. Educating members on best practices and innovative responses to data security challenges would be a priority.

On the personal side, I am the proud father of two princesses, ages 2 and 4.  I cannot think of anything better than playing bear family with them in a pretend cave using bed sheets or reading the "mandatory" 2 books to them every night.  My wife is a real life "doer."  She is also a member of the Bar, but no longer practices law.  Instead, she focuses her time building coalitions and creating awareness about water conservation issues and concerns throughout the Southwest. I am a proud Arizona Wildcat and a football season ticket holder despite living in Phoenix since 2006 (one day we will smell the Roses and I will be there).  My neighbors probably grow tired of the UA flag that waves from my house on game days.

Lastly (and I promise, this is it), a position on the Board of Governors is an exciting proposition.  Exciting, because it represents a new challenge for me - a challenge that goes well beyond my personal beliefs, practice, and issues.  It is a challenge that I want to undertake and I hope that the State Bar members will be gracious enough to give me the opportunity.

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Jessica S. Sanchez
Tempe UHSD (Eff. May 2017, law firm of Udall Shumway, P.L.C.)

Tempe Union High School District (Effective on or before May 2017, Ms. Sanchez plans to transition to the law firm of Udall Shumway, P.L.C.)

As with any mandatory association, the main issue facing the State Bar today is maintaining and elevating its relevance among members and the community.  I seek a position on the Board of Governors to ensure that all stake holders work together to serve the best interests of our clients and the community.  I believe that my experience within the Bar and within the community make me an ideal candidate to foster the collaboration necessary to continue to move the Bar forward.

I have been practicing exclusively in education law since becoming licensed in 2007.  I have served as an in-house staff attorney for the Scottsdale Unified School District, an associate and partner at Udall Shumway P.C., the General Counsel for the Tempe school districts, and will be returning as a partner to Udall Shumway.  I am truly fortunate to have a career where I love what I do.
 
Early in my career, my membership in the State Bar was just a mandatory part of being able to do what I love and make a living; however, I became an active and invested member of the State Bar after having participated in the State Bar Leadership Institute in 2012.  Since 2012, I have participated in a number of State Bar activities and am in my second term on the Appointments Committee.  I have come to see how incredibly valuable the programs and services of the State Bar are, and how those programs and services are enriched when all attorneys, county and affinity bar associations, and the community feel included and invested in the work and mission of the Bar. As a member of the Board of Governors, I would work to ensure that all members of the State Bar value their membership like I do.
 
Outside of the State Bar, I serve or have served my community through a number of professional associations and non-profit activities, including but not limited to the Hispanic National Bar Association (received the 2017 "Top Lawyers Under 40 Award" and participate in the HNBA Pipeline Mentoring Program), the Maricopa County Bar Association (2016 and 2017 member of the Hall of Fame Committee), and the Arizona and National Council of School Attorneys.  Most notably, I have been a member of the Board of Directors for the Los Abogados Hispanic Bar Association since 2007 and served as the 2016 President.  I have proven to be an effective leader who can bring people together to serve a common goal and to improve the community.
 
I care deeply about my family, my community, and my profession.  I am committed to advancing the great work being done by the Bar and hope that I can count on your support.

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Thomas A. Gilson
Beus Gilbert, P.L.L.C.

Thanks for considering my candidacy for the Board of Governors.

I have practiced law in Maricopa County for 13 years, first with Lewis and Roca, and now with Beus Gilbert.  Before moving to Arizona, I lived in Washington, DC, serving as a law clerk for two federal judges (on the United States District Court and the D.C. Circuit) and working at Skadden Arps.

I have been active in the leadership of the American Bar Association's Section of Litigation for the last ten years.  In that role, I have done my best to improve the profession – developing high-quality legal education and providing networking opportunities for members of the ABA, among other things.  I have also helped ABA committees achieve their goals through long-term planning.

And recently, the Arizona Commission on Appellate Court Appointments selected me as a "highly qualified" applicant for the Arizona Supreme Court to be interviewed by the Governor.

Beyond the law, I studied piano at the Juilliard School and remain passionate about music, occasionally playing around town with a rock and roll cover band. 

For more information on my background, see http://beusgilbert.com/people/thomas-gilson/.

If elected to the Board of Governors, I would strive to improve professionalism and civility, maintain an independent judiciary, increase access to justice, promote respect for the rule of law, and press for increased ethics resources and training.  I also would like to see additional support for lawyers who are stressed and overwhelmed, particularly those who suffer from substance abuse. 

It would be a privilege to serve you on the Board.  I would greatly appreciate your vote. 

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Thomas A. Connelly
Beus Gilbert, P.L.L.C.

Before and during law school, I worked full-time in the technology industry as a consultant to Fortune 100 companies, leading software development teams on multi-million dollar projects and usually reporting to "C"-level client management.  After graduating near the top of my law school class with honors at the end of those four years, I began my legal career as a prosecutor in Cook County, Illinois, where I gained valuable trial experience that would suit me well when I later joined Beus Gilbert, where I have enjoyed the privilege of often times pursuing recoveries for victims of accounting and financial frauds.  Between those two litigation experiences, I was an in-house counsel at MicroAge, Inc., a Fortune 300 company and the largest employer in Arizona at that time.  There, I negotiated and documented the company's vender agreements, master services agreement, supplier agreements and the like with other Fortune 500 companies.  I also dealt with many emerging B2B and related Internet commerce issues, as well as employment matters, such as non-competes, non-disclosures and executive employment agreements.  This well-rounded experience has prepared me nicely to serve my Bar colleagues and the people of Arizona on the Board of Governors.

During the summer before my last year of law school, I enjoyed a fellowship in the Executive Office of the President.  Also, during my last year of law school, I interned at the Illinois Attorney General's Office and was a member of the Illinois Commission on Electronic Commerce and Crime, which was drafting new electronic signature legislation at the time.  Those experiences have stayed with me and each gave me valuable insights into the process and procedures of governance that I believe will assist me in executing my membership on the Board.

The opportunity to serve my fellow lawyers and society-at-large is the driving impetus behind my decision to run for election to the Board of Governors.  The Bar faces many important issues – including the intersection of technology and the law, finding more efficient ways of delivering cost-effective legal services to those in need and issues concerning the regulation of the profession brought on by increasing globalization – for which my mix of professional and legal experience will provide a solid base for me to be a valuable contributor on the Board.  For all the issues that come before the Board in the execution of its duties, I will give serious and deep consideration to all potential solutions in the quest to find the best workable solution.

I hope to receive your vote.

For additional information, visit http://beusgilbert.com/people/thomas-connelly/

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David Wm. Engelman
Engelman Berger, P.C.

VOTE FOR DAVID ENGELMAN FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS FOR THE STATE BAR OF ARIZONA.  My experience and desire to improve the Bar make me an ideal candidate for this position.

The pertinent Bar issues:

  • Efficiency and transparency.
  • Judicial independence.
  • Accessibility of the legal system.
  • Responsiveness to member needs.

The talents I offer:

  • Business and financial experience, having handled the financial matters of Engelman Berger, P.C. since its inception in 1999.
  • Ability to work and interact with people of varying views and opinions.
  • Calm, rational approach to problem solving.
  • Experience as a solo practitioner and a shareholder in a small firm.
  • Passion for improving the Bar for both its members and the public.

PLATFORM

I am running with Sam Saks, Pouria Paknejad, Benjamin Taylor, Tyler Carrell and Jennifer Rebholz.  We believe the State Bar can play an important role in providing efficient, transparent, and valuable services to its members—without imposing additional regulations or interfering with judicial independence.  We support the following:

Efficiency, Transparency, & Value

  • Controlling the expenses at the Bar.
  • Opposing unnecessary dues increases.
  • Measures that will alleviate administrative burdens on practice.
  • Supporting the independence of the Sections and voluntary bar organizations (like the MCBA and PCBA).
  • 100% transparency. Members should be informed of any important decisions—before they are made.
  • The Bar should provide increased value to all of its members, using its resources to enhance professional development and the practice of law.
     
    Judicial Independence & Modernization of the Bar
  • Protecting the independence of the judiciary by supporting merit selection.
  • Facilitating meaningful engagement with the Legislature.
  • A modern and effective attorney referral network that is available and free to all members.

PLEASE CONSIDER VOTING FOR SAM SAKS, POURIA PAKNEJAD, BENJAMIN TAYLOR, TYLER CARRELL, JENNIFER REBHOLZ AND DAVID ENGELMAN ON MAY 4. 

Please see my bio at:  http://www.eblawyers.com/our-firm/attorneys/david-wm-engelman/

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Steven L. Evans
Evans Dukarich, L.L.P.

I'm Steve Evans, and I'm running for the State Bar Board of Governors because I want to help guide the Bar in better serving its members and improving the public’s perception of lawyers.  I believe the Board should reflect a broad cross-section of the Bar's members, and I can help maintain a balanced perspective in the Bar's responses to the issues facing our profession

I was born, raised, and educated in Arizona (B.S., Economics, ASU, 1986; J.D., ASU, 1989).  I've experienced the practice of law in the Phoenix area from many perspectives – large firm, solo firm, and my current small firm.  I litigate personal injury, professional liability, and contested probate and trust matters.  Over 26-plus years I've tried many cases, for plaintiffs and defendants, petitioners and respondents.  I continue to litigate and try civil cases and appear frequently in probate court -- I personally know and appreciate the issues facing the courts and the lawyers who appear there.  With that variety of experience, I can help improve the Bar's service to its members and the public and help promote our image as professionals doing good work for our clients and our community.

The State Bar is under attack from inside and out.  Some members feel that the Bar is corrupt, with no concern for its "little guy" membership.  The public doesn't understand well what we do and that misunderstanding breeds contempt. These concerns deserve to be studied and addressed.  All members deserve to be properly served, and the public needs to understand that the Bar doesn't exist merely to protect lawyer's interests. 

Some think the answer is to eliminate the Bar as a self-regulated entity; I disagree.  We should fix the problems contributing to misconceptions about what the Bar does, how the Bar does it, and why so the Bar can serve its members and the public better.  We shouldn't, however, burn down the house in the process.  To continue to serve the public the legal community must retain the privilege of self-governance, and to do that the Bar must act to assure both its members and the public that we are listening and taking their concerns seriously.

Please visit my "Board of Governors" page at http://www.evansdukarich.com/.

I would appreciate your vote.

 

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Alexander Y. Benikov
The Law Office of Alexander Y. Benikov, P.L.L.C.

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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*Richard D. Coffinger
Attorney at Law

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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Gary M. Kula
City of Phoenix Public Defender's Office

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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Robert J. McWhirter
The Law Offices of Robert J. McWhirter

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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*Jennifer R. Rebholz
Choate & Seletos

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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Thomas M. Richardson
Friedl Richardson

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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K Royal
Align Technology Inc.

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

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Sara A. Siesco
Ely, Bettini, Ulman, Rosenblatt & Ozer

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 

District 8: Pinal County

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*Denis M. Fitzgibbons
Fitzgibbons Law Offices, P.L.C.

The candidate chose not to provide a statement.
 




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