Steve Miller, Pinal County Supervisor
"Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 will enable Pinal County to move in the right direction through the construction of $640 million in new roads and freeways as well as other transportation projects important to our communities county-wide."
Craig McFarland, Casa Grande Mayor
"City and County roads are in disrepair due to the lack of State and Federal funding over the last 10 years. This infrastructure impacts all residents in our City as well as communities all over Pinal County. That's why I am asking you to vote yes on Propositions 416 and 417."
Michael Burke, Chairman, Pinal County Republican Committee
"Voting yes on Propositions 416 and 417 will create a series of new roads and freeways for Pinal County that will move our economy into high gear."
Mike Goodman, Pinal County Supervisor
"We have a great county, but our transportation challenges need to be addressed. That's why I support Propositions 416 and 417 which will build $640 million in new roads and freeways."
Jeff Serdy, Apache Junction Mayor
"We need a road system to make sure we manage this growth, rather than have it manage us. That's why Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 are so critical. This transportation plan looks at the big picture, addressing traffic flows from town to town, from city to city."
David Coward, Chairman, Pinal County Democrats
"Traffic delays in Pinal County do more than just slow traffic. The gridlock slows our economy and first responders. That's why I am supporting Propositions 416 and 417. These measures will provide $640 million in new roads and freeways."
Todd House, Pinal County Supervisor
"Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 will address and solve traffic challenges that have plagued our county for years."
Christian Price, Maricopa Mayor
"Our roads and freeways have not kept pace with our growth. That's why I am asking you to vote YES on Propositions 416 and 417. These ballot initiatives will provide critical funding specifically allocated towards alleviating our traffic challenges with $640 million in new roads and freeways, in a carefully designed traffic plan that will serve all residents of Pinal County."
Pete Rios, Pinal County Supervisor
"Voting yes on Propositions 416 and 417 will provide Pinal County with $640 million in new roads and freeways. It's a plan that serves all of Pinal County and I am happy to support it."
Jon Thompson, Coolidge Mayor
"Coolidge and Pinal County are great places to live, but our traffic conditions need attention. That's why I am supporting Propositions 416 and 417. There are projects designed to solve traffic issues in communities all over Pinal County including Coolidge."
Roc Arnett, Former President/CEO, East Valley Partnership
"Pinal County voters have the opportunity to make sure its roads and freeways are well built and well-planned. Voting yes on Propositions 416 and 417 will accomplish both goals."
Mark Lamb, Pinal County Sheriff
"As Pinal County Sheriff, I am asking you to vote yes on Propositions 416 and 417, which will build $640 million in much needed new roads and freeways. Not only will these roads help reduce vehicle crashes; they will enable deputies to respond faster in emergencies."
Mila Besich-Lira, Superior Mayor
"Every year getting from one end of Pinal County to the other gets more difficult as our roads and freeways get older and our traffic lanes become more congested. That's why I am voting yes on Propositions 416 and 417."
Carrie and Mark Schnepf, Schnepf Farms
"Propositions 416 and 417 give Pinal County the opportunity to solve these problems with $640 million in new roads and freeways. These new roads and freeways will attract new business and new jobs. They help emergency crews reduce response times. We all benefit from this plan."
Sandie Smith, Former Pinal County Supervisor
"Well-planned and funded transportation routes are the vital link for local and regional connections and for the economic development of Pinal County. That's why I am asking you to vote yes on Propositions 416 and 417 and provide Pinal County with $640 million in new roads and freeways."
Tom Shope, Former Coolidge Mayor
"Whether it has been in the private sector or the public sector, one challenge has always remained, the need for better roads and freeways in Pinal County. Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 will address these challenges with $640 million in new roads and freeways in a carefully designed traffic plan that will serve all residents of Pinal County."
Ed Farrell, Former Maricopa Mayor
"Wishing away Pinal County's traffic problems won't make them go away. It takes a comprehensive transportation plan to make that happen. That's why I am urging you to vote yes on Propositions 416 and 417."
Kirk McCarville, Casa Grande Resident
"Please vote yes on Propositions 416 and 417. These measures will address transportation problems that have created headaches for Casa Grande and Pinal County drivers for years."
Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce
Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy
Apache Junction Council Member Christa Rizzi
Apache Junction Council Member Dave Waldron
Arizona State Representative T.J. Shope
Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce
Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland
City of Maricopa Council Member Julia R. Gusse
City of Maricopa Council Member Nancy Smith
Coolidge Chamber of Commerce
Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson
Eloy Chamber of Commerce
Eloy Mayor Joel G. Belloc
Florence Mayor Tara Walter
Kearny Mayor Debra Sommers
Maricopa Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director of the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce Terri Crain
Maricopa Mayor Christian Price
Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb
Pinal County Supervisor Todd House
Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman
Pinal County Supervisor Steve Miller
Pinal County Supervisor Pete Rios
Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith
Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce
Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney
Queen Creek Council Member Robin Benning
Superior Mayor Mila Besich-Lira
Former Casa Grande Mayor Bob Jackson
Former Casa Grande Mayor Bob Mitchell
Former Coolidge Mayor Tom Shope
Former Florence Mayor Tom Rankin
Former Maricopa Mayor Kelly Anderson
Former Maricopa Mayor Ed Farrell
Former Pinal County Supervisor Sandie Smith
Pinal County Democrats Chairman David Coward
Pinal County Republican Committee Chairman Michael Burke
Pinal Partnership President Harold Christ
Former President/CEO of East Valley Partnership Roc Arnett
Apache Junction Resident Connie Van Driel
Casa Grande Resident Kirk McCarville
Gold Canyon Residents Maxine and Curtis Brown
Maricopa Resident Cathy O'Brien
Queen Creek Residents Carrie and Mark Schnepf of Schnepf Farms
San Tan Valley Resident Deborah Sherman
San Tan Valley Resident Gerald Spinner