Republican Ally Miller to kick off for District 1 Pima County Supervisorby Carolyn Classen on Nov. 09, 2011, under Life, Politics
Meet The Candidate Reception and Fundraiser for: Republican Ally Miller
Friday, 11/11/11 (November 11) from 5 to 7 pm
Metro Grill Restaurant (Banquet Room)
7892 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704
(SE Corner of Oracle and Magee)
Miller, with a career in business and longtime community activist is widely recognized for speaking out against wasteful spending, tax increases and most recently for her success in contacting the FBI and Attorney General Offices to investigate the $230 Million Rio Nuevo debacle. She is now campaigning to represent Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1 which is the seat from which Supervisor Ann Day will be retiring at the end of her term in 2012.
Ally has lived in Tucson for nearly 30 years. She and her husband Jeff who works for a local defense contractor live in Northwest Tucson. They have been married for 18 years.
Ally is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Finance and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Eller School of Management.
Ally has more than 30 years business experience with Pricing/contract negotiation, procurement, budgeting, auditing government contracts, engineering program controls and consolidation and streamlining processes.
Ally is very proud of her job as general contractor for the home she and her husband built in 2000 in which they still reside today. She is most proud of the fact that her first undertaking as a homebuilder was completed on schedule and on budget.
Ally promises “accountability to the taxpayers” along with a lively discussion on how she plans to reshape the direction of Pima County.
Please join us for an exciting evening as Ally embarks on her campaign for 2012.
For more information, contact her campaign office 520-477-2554 or visit the campaign website at www.allyforsupervisor.com
Contact: Geri Ottoboni
P.O. Box 89128
Tucson, AZ 85752
Ally testified last November for the Pima County Tea Party Patriots at a Rio Nuevo board meeting (click here).
Fellow Republican Stuart McDaniel, a mortgage banker, already kicked off his campaign for this Supervisory seat on September 22 (click here). His website (with bio/photo is www.mcdanielforsupervisor.com.
Jan. 2012 UPDATE: Four Republicans now running for District 1 Supervisor: political newcomers Miller and Stuart McDaniel, LD 26 House Rep. Vic Williams and former AZ Republican Party chair Mike Hellon. One Democrat running: former LD 26 House Rep. Nancy Young Wright.