Exclusive: Governor Bill Weld Endorses Libertarian Kevin McCormick for Arizona Governor

The Classy Libertarian was the first to receive the press release from Libertarian Kevin McCormick’s gubernatorial campaign in Arizona:

Former Republican Governor of the State of Massachusetts Bill Weld endorses Kevin McCormick for Governor of Arizona.

PHOENIX, AZ – Kevin McCormick today received the endorsement of Bill Weld, the two-term Republican Governor of the State of Massachusetts and former Ronald Reagan appointee for US Attorney for the District of Massachusetts where he focused on public corruption cases.

Weld announced his support of Kevin McCormick stating, “I’m endorsing Kevin McCormick for Governor of Arizona, because Kevin knows how to look beyond party-lines and create solutions. Arizona taxpayers, educators, and people who need medical care are hurting. It’s time for a common sense candidate who isn’t beholden to the broken two-party system. Kevin has a real plan to move Arizona in a more prosperous direction for everyone, and his early successes with the Clean Elections program point to a real three-way race happening right now. I encourage all Arizona voters to take a very close look at his campaign.”

“I am honored to receive this important endorsement,” McCormick said. He then added, “Real change is needed. Arizona, like the rest of the country, is experiencing a ‘stalemate’ as Republicans and Democrats fight to be right. As a third-party candidate, my dedication is only to the people of Arizona and practical solutions that benefit all.”

 

Remso W. Martinez is a journalist and political commentator in the D.C. area. Remso is the author of the upcoming book “Stay Away From The Libertarians!” available on Amazon on June 23, 2018. You can follow him on Twitter @Remso101

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