In the Democratic Race for Secretary of State, Reginald Bolding has an Extensive List of Supporters

With the August 2, 2022, Arizona Primaries a little less than three weeks away, Secretary of State Candidate Reginald Bolding has received the support of many Democratic and Progressive-leaning leaders and groups. As of yesterday, the list includes:

Elected Officials and Civic Leaders
  • Arizona Corporation Commissioner Anna Tovar

  • Senate Democratic Leader Rebecca Rios

  • Senate Assistant Democratic Leader  Lupe Contreas

  • Senate Democratic Co-Whip Martin Quezada

  • Senate Democratic Co-Whip Victoria Steele

  • State Senator Rosana Gabaldon

  • State Senator Stephanie Stahl

  • House Democratic Whip Domingo DeGrazia

  • State Representative Jasmine Blackwater-Nguyen

  • State Representative Melody Hernandez

  • State Representative Myron Tsosie

  • State Representative Robert Meza

  • State Representative Richard Andrade

  • State Representative Alma Hernandez

  • State Representative Andres Cano

  • State Representative César Chavez

  • State Representative Morgan Abraham

  • State Representative Chris Mattis

  • Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott

  • Coconino County Treasurer Sarah Benatar

  • Former Congressman Ron Barber

  • Tucson Mayor Regina Romero

  • Tempe Mayor Corey D. Woods

  • Flagstaff Mayor Paul Deasy

  • El Mirage Mayor Alexis Hermosillo

  • Guadalupe Mayor  Valerie Molina

  • Tempe Vice Mayor Randy Keating

  • Tucson Vice Mayor Lane Santa Cruz

  • Phoenix Council Member District 8 Carlos Garcia

  • Phoenix Council Member District 5 Betty Guadardo

  • Chandler City Council Member O.D. Harris

  • Avondale City Council Member Bryan Kilgore

  • Maricopa County City Council Henry Wade

  • Former House Democratic Leader John Loredo

  • Former State Senator Jamescita Peshlakai

  • Former State Representative Diego Rodriguez

  • Former State Representative Cloves Campbell

  • Former Mayor of South Tucson Akanni Oyegbola

  • Former Mayor of Flagstaff Coral Evans

  • First Latina elected to Phoenix City Council Mary Rose Wilcox

  • Somali Association of Arizona Muktar Sheikh

  • School Board Member Devin Del Palacio

  • School Board Member Stanford Prescott

Advocacy Groups and Organized Labor
  • Arizona Education Association

  • Chispa AZ

  • The Collective PAC

  • League of Conservation Voters (LCV)

  • Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

  • Mi Familia Vota (MFV)

  • Moms Demand Action

  • MoveOn

  • National Organization of Women (NOW) Arizona PAC

  • Our Voice Our Vote Arizona PAC

  • Planned Parenthood Advocates Of Arizona (PPAA)

  • Public Wise

  • Renew US

  • United Food and Commercial Workers Local 99

  • Unite Here Local 11

  • Way to Lead PAC

  • AZ Working Families

In her statement announcing her support for Mr. Bolding, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero relayed:
“Voting rights are under attack in State Capitols across the country, including here in Arizona. That is why we need to elect a Secretary of State that has a proven track record of protecting our democracy and engaging our most vulnerable populations, and that leader is Reginald Bolding.”
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Anna Tovar is also backing Mr. Bolding. She offered:
“For as long as I have known him, Reginald Bolding has always taken on any challenge and that’s why I’m supporting him to be our next Secretary of State. He is tireless in working for our values, protecting our democracy, and standing up for our state’s future.”