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Commissioner I need your help Dear Friends and Family, Thank you for always being there to support my public service work. From    standing    up    with    President    Reagan    on    a    National    Balanced    Budget Amendment   and   raising   funds   for   MDA   and   St.   Jude's   Children’s   Hospital,   to helping   the   Hugh   O’Brian   Youth   Foundation   and   then   being   elected   to   the Arizona     Legislature     and     ultimately     Speaker     of     the     Arizona     House     of Representatives,    you’ve    been    there    at    the    ready    to    help    me    and    other conservative leaders make this world a much better and freer place. As    Speaker,    I    shepherded    through    bold,    conservative    ideas.    We    enacted significant   government   efficiency   reforms,   removed   employment   protections for   government   bureaucrats,   and   abolished   the   gold-plated   pensions   that elected   officials   had   increased   for   years.   I   was   one   of   the   chief   architects   of the   Arizona   Commerce   Authority   and   the   largest   pro-job   tax   cut   in   Arizona history.      When   I   led   the   Arizona   House   of   Representatives,   our   Legislature was    unparalleled    in    fighting    federal    encroachment    into    our    lands,    our environment,   and   our   health   care   system.      We   defended   the   sacredness   of life   and   the   Second   Amendment.      These   common-sense   policies   have   made Arizona   one   of   America’s   best   places   to   raise   a   family,   educate,   work   and prosper. Now,   Governor   Doug   Ducey   has   called   me   back   to   help   make   government work   again.      This   time,   it’s   the   Arizona   Corporation   Commission.      Since   being appointed   in   February,   I’ve   quickly   learned   that   the   Commission,   which   was established   at   the   time   of   statehood,   still   operates   as   if   the   year   really   were 1912.      We   need   to   bring   the   Commission   into   the   21st   Century,   review   the role    and    scope    of    government    regulation    in    our    economy,    and    most importantly, return this important regulatory body back to to Arizonans. I can’t fix the Commission unless I get your help with these three things: 1. Please   go   online   to   http://apps.azsos.gov/equal/   and   sign   my   petition to   put   me   on   the   ballot   and   send   the   link   to   all   of   your   friends   and   family members   who   can   sign   as   Republican   or   Independent   voters   in   Arizona.   We need a thousand signatures a week to meet the deadline of  May 30, 2016. 2. I   am   behind   in   my   fundraising   efforts.      Government-funded   (e.g.,   Clean Elections)   candidates   are   expected   to   receive   over   $100,000   in   government funding   for   the   primary   and   $150,000   for   the   general.   I   have   never   believed in   government-funded   elections.      We   should   be   funding   our   schools,   not politicians.      Your   contributions   can   help   us   now   and   in   November.   Please make   a   donation   and   send   the   link   to   your   friends   and   family.   (The   maximum donation allowed is $5,000.)  All donations are most welcome.   3. Please   accept   my   sincere   gratitude   for   your   kind   support   and   know   that I   always   am   deeply   humbled   and   honored   to   have   so   many   work   with   me   on our    mission    for    a    better    Arizona    and    a    stronger    and    more    prosperous America. I’ll   stay   in   touch   during   the   campaign.      Thank   you   for   all   the   prayers   and support. Sincerely, Andy Tobin

Why I am at the Commission

Protect the Grid - Arizonans in all parts of the state must have access to a reliable electrical grid that is well maintained and affordable to the taxpayer. Water - While California faces draconian measures to conserve water because of years of no planning, Arizona has led the way in water management, which has allowed our state to grow and thrive.  Now, the Corporation Commission must work with water companies across Arizona to ensure that their water is safe, their infrastructure sound, and that they provide top-tier customer service to all citizens. Lean Government - Since being appointed as Commissioner, I have led the effort to get the Corporation Commission to adopt Governor Doug Ducey's "Lean Government Initiative" and use it in every aspect of Commission business. In other agencies I have managed, Lean saved my employees and the taxpayers time and money by simplifying agency processing, developing a more positive organizational culture, and evaluating our purpose and practice to best serve Arizonans. Securities - Our senior citizens must be protected from unscrupulous financial managers who seek to take advantage of those seniors who have scrimped and saved throughout their lives so that they might live comfortably in their golden years.  The Commission must have a "No Tolerance" policy for wrong-doing in this area.
About Andy Tobin Commissioner Commissioner Andy Tobin is a well-known leader in Arizona state government. Prior to his appointment to the Arizona Corporation Commission, Tobin was appointed by the Governor to serve as director of the Arizona Department of Insurance in October 2015, providing oversight of all insurance companies, agents, brokers, licensing, and consumer protections. In addition, he was appointed acting director of the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions. Prior to those appointments, Tobin served as director of the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures, helping consolidate the agency, reducing costs and improving consumer services and protections. Commissioner Tobin was a long-time member of the Arizona House of Representatives, representing rural Arizona from 2006 to 2014. He was Speaker of the House from 2011 to 2014. Prior to his Speakership, he served as the House Majority Leader and Majority Whip. During his tenure in the House, he was appointed Vice Chair of the Education Committee and was a member of both the Pensions and Health and Human Services Committees, to name a few. Tobin was instrumental in passing landmark economic development tax reform, reinventing Arizona’s Commerce Authority, and establishing the Department of Child Safety. Prior to joining the Department of Insurance, Tobin owned and operated insurance and consulting companies for 20 years and was also CEO of a local aerospace company, employing 200 people, from 2000 to 2003. Tobin was elected the National President of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) from 1988 – 1989. In that capacity, Mr. Tobin served as ex‐officio board member of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and the Hugh O’Brian Foundation. As head of the Jaycees, he also worked with the Reagan-Bush Administration regarding the passage of a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and a Line Item Veto.
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Commissioner I need your help Dear Friends and Family, Thank   you   for   always   being   there   to   support   my public service work. From    standing    up    with    President    Reagan    on    a National     Balanced     Budget     Amendment     and raising   funds   for   MDA   and   St.   Jude's   Children’s Hospital,    to    helping    the    Hugh    O’Brian    Youth Foundation   and   then   being   elected   to   the   Arizona Legislature   and   ultimately   Speaker   of   the   Arizona House   of   Representatives,   you’ve   been   there   at the    ready    to    help    me    and    other    conservative leaders   make   this   world   a   much   better   and   freer place. As      Speaker,      I      shepherded      through      bold, conservative      ideas.      We      enacted      significant government        efficiency        reforms,        removed employment        protections        for        government bureaucrats,      and      abolished      the      gold-plated pensions   that   elected   officials   had   increased   for years.    I    was    one    of    the    chief    architects    of    the Arizona   Commerce   Authority   and   the   largest   pro- job   tax   cut   in   Arizona   history.      When   I   led   the Arizona   House   of   Representatives,   our   Legislature was         unparalleled         in         fighting         federal encroachment   into   our   lands,   our   environment, and   our   health   care   system.      We   defended   the sacredness   of   life   and   the   Second   Amendment.     These   common-sense   policies   have   made   Arizona one    of    America’s    best    places    to    raise    a    family, educate, work and prosper. Now,   Governor   Doug   Ducey   has   called   me   back   to help   make   government   work   again.      This   time,   it’s the     Arizona     Corporation     Commission.          Since being   appointed   in   February,   I’ve   quickly   learned that   the   Commission,   which   was   established   at the   time   of   statehood,   still   operates   as   if   the   year really     were     1912.          We     need     to     bring     the Commission    into    the    21st    Century,    review    the role   and   scope   of   government   regulation   in   our economy,     and     most     importantly,     return     this important regulatory body back to to Arizonans. I   can’t   fix   the   Commission   unless   I   get   your   help with these three things: 1. Please                 go                 online                 to http://apps.azsos.gov/equal/       and       sign       my petition   to   put   me   on   the   ballot   and   send   the   link to   all   of   your   friends   and   family   members   who can   sign   as   Republican   or   Independent   voters   in Arizona.   We   need   a   thousand   signatures   a   week to meet the deadline of  May 30, 2016. 2. I    am    behind    in    my    fundraising    efforts.      Government-funded       (e.g.,       Clean       Elections) candidates   are   expected   to   receive   over   $100,000 in     government     funding     for     the     primary     and $150,000   for   the   general.   I   have   never   believed   in government-funded    elections.        We    should    be funding     our     schools,     not     politicians.          Your contributions   can   help   us   now   and   in   November. Please   make   a   donation   and   send   the   link   to   your friends     and     family.     (The     maximum     donation allowed    is    $5,000.)        All    donations    are    most welcome.   3. Please   accept   my   sincere   gratitude   for   your kind   support   and   know   that   I   always   am   deeply humbled    and    honored    to    have    so    many    work with   me   on   our   mission   for   a   better   Arizona   and   a stronger and more prosperous America. I’ll   stay   in   touch   during   the   campaign.      Thank   you for all the prayers and support. Sincerely, Andy Tobin

Why I am at the

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Protect the Grid - Arizonans in all parts of the state must have access to a reliable electrical grid that is well maintained and affordable to the taxpayer. Water - While California faces draconian measures to conserve water because of years of no planning, Arizona has led the way in water management, which has allowed our state to grow and thrive.  Now, the Corporation Commission must work with water companies across Arizona to ensure that their water is safe, their infrastructure sound, and that they provide top-tier customer service to all citizens. Lean Government - Since being appointed as Commissioner, I have led the effort to get the Corporation Commission to adopt Governor Doug Ducey's "Lean Government Initiative" and use it in every aspect of Commission business. In other agencies I have managed, Lean saved my employees and the taxpayers time and money by simplifying agency processing, developing a more positive organizational culture, and evaluating our purpose and practice to best serve Arizonans. Securities - Our senior citizens must be protected from unscrupulous financial managers who seek to take advantage of those seniors who have scrimped and saved throughout their lives so that they might live comfortably in their golden years.  The Commission must have a "No Tolerance" policy for wrong- doing in this area.
About Andy Tobin Commissioner Commissioner Andy Tobin is a well-known leader in Arizona state government. Prior to his appointment to the Arizona Corporation Commission, Tobin was appointed by the Governor to serve as director of the Arizona Department of Insurance in October 2015, providing oversight of all insurance companies, agents, brokers, licensing, and consumer protections. In addition, he was appointed acting director of the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions. Prior to those appointments, Tobin served as director of the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures, helping consolidate the agency, reducing costs and improving consumer services and protections. Commissioner Tobin was a long-time member of the Arizona House of Representatives, representing rural Arizona from 2006 to 2014. He was Speaker of the House from 2011 to 2014. Prior to his Speakership, he served as the House Majority Leader and Majority Whip. During his tenure in the House, he was appointed Vice Chair of the Education Committee and was a member of both the Pensions and Health and Human Services Committees, to name a few. Tobin was instrumental in passing landmark economic development tax reform, reinventing Arizona’s Commerce Authority, and establishing the Department of Child Safety. Prior to joining the Department of Insurance, Tobin owned and operated insurance and consulting companies for 20 years and was also CEO of a local aerospace company, employing 200 people, from 2000 to 2003. Tobin was elected the National President of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) from 1988 – 1989. In that capacity, Mr. Tobin served as ex‐officio board member of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and the Hugh O’Brian Foundation. As head of the Jaycees, he also worked with the Reagan-Bush Administration regarding the passage of a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and a Line Item Veto.
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- - Andy Tobin

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