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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Arizona Americans Elect Party Endorses President Obama; Carmona for Senator; Dolgos, Grayson, Grijalva, Barber, Cobb, Kirkpatrick, Salazar, Sinema and Morgan for Congress; Pout, Gohl and Meadows for Corporation Commission

MESA, Ariz., Oct. 21 -

Today the Arizona Americans Elect Party announced its endorsements in the races for President and Congress, as well as for three seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission.

Richard Grayson, Supreme Leader of the Arizona Americans Elect Party and an endorsed candidate for Congress in the Fourth District, announced the endorsement at the party's secret headquarters in Mesa.  

"I'm proud to endorse the entire Arizona Americans Elect Party slate, from President Obama and Rich Carmona for U.S. Senator, as well as our candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives," Grayson said.  "Although only Stephen Dolgos in the Eighth Congressional District and I are running officially on the Americans Elect Party, we are cross-endorsing candidates of other parties for the other congressional seats."

The Arizona Americans Elect Party endorses the following candidates in 2012:

President/Vice President: Barack Obama/Joseph Biden (Democrat)
U.S. Senator: Richard Carmona (Democrat)
U.S. House, District 1: Ann Kirkpatrick (Democrat)
U.S. House, District 2: Ron Barber (Democrat)
U.S. House, District 3: Raul Grijalva (Democrat)
U.S. House, District 4: Richard Grayson (Americans Elect)
U.S. House, District 5: Spencer Morgan (Democrat)
U.S. House, District 6: Mark Salazar (Green)
U.S. House, District 7: Joe Cobb (Libertarian)
U.S. House, District 8: Stephen Dolgos (Americans Elect)
U.S. House, District 9: Kyrsten Sinema (Democrat)
Arizona Corporation Commission: Daniel Pout (Green), Christopher Gohl (Libertarian), Thomas Meadows (Green)