Regional Chairman - John Sanchez
Bush-Cheney '04, Inc.
| 4647 N. 32nd Street, Suite 125 | Phoenix
Political Director - Rudy Fernández
(chairs, co-chairs, deputy
chairs, hon. co-chairs Oct. 10, 2003)
|Sen. John McCain
Sen. John Kyl
Co-Chairmen: Congressmen Rick Renzi,
Trent Franks, John Shadegg, J.D. Hayworth, Jeff Flake, and Jim Kolbe.
Deputy Chairman: Arte Moreno, Jerry
Moyes, Jerry Colangelo, and Bob Bohanon.
Secretary of State Jan Brewer, Superintendent
of Public Instruction Tom Horne, Treasurer David Peterson, Speaker Jake
Flake, President Ken Bennett, Majority Leader Eddie Farnsworth, Majority
Leader Timothy Bee, Governor Jane Hull, Governor Fife Symington, Vice President
Dan Quayle, and Congressman Matt Salmon.
Executive Committee member of
Gordon C. James Public Relations. Chaired the "No Taxpayer Money
for Politicians" ballot initiative campaign in Arizona, starting Fall 2003.
Director of Republicans' Arizona Victory 2000. Served as an advance
person for President George H.W. Bush and worked on the Bush/Quayle campaign.
Worked at the RNC in the political department, focusing on state and local
government. Worked on and managed several campaigns in Illinois.
Started career in politics working in the Illinois Legislature. Bachelor's
degree from Southern Illinois University.
Esparza worked as community
relations and volunteer manager at Phoenix Baptist Hospital & Medical
Earlier in the year, Kelch served
as Washington County field directo on the Dave Phillips for Congress campaign
in the Texas 10th CD March 9, 2004 election.
Prior to joining the campaign
Thein worked for the University of Arizona. Graduate of the University
of St. Thomas in St. Paul, 2002; active in College Republicans.
|Field Representative (based
||Meghan C. Thein
A couple of coalitions:
Kimberly Owens is the Bush-Cheney
'04 Arizona Educators for Bush steering committee chair. She
is serving her thirteenth year as a member of the Tolleson Union High School
District Governing Board and is the current president.
-On May 4, 2004 the campaign
announced the Viva Bush Coalition. Bush-Cheney 04 Arizona
Hispanic Chair is Rubén Alvarez.
From March 18-April 5, 2004,
Bush-Cheney '04 conducted a March to Victory tournament to encourage volunteer
recruitment among students in 32 states. The campaign reported that
the tournament brought in 21,930 new recruits nationwide. Arizona
State University was the top school in recruitment with 2,566 new Bush
volunteers, and University of Arizona was fifth.
Scottsdale - 14950 N. 83rd Place (83rd Place and
Hayden) Northwest Valley - 1101 N. 99th Ave.,
Suite 128, Peoria (99th Ave. and Peoria Ave.) Tempe
-975 E. Elliot Road, Suite B-2 (Rural and Elliot) Mesa
- 1818 E. Southern Ave. , Suite 19A (Southern and Gilbert)
Northwest Tucson - 5151 N. Oracle Road #102 (N. Oracle and River
Rd.) Tucson -5447 East 5th Street, Suite 100 (5th
Street and Craycroft) Flagstaff - 100 W. Humphreys
(I 180 and Aspen) Prescott - 212 S. Montezuma
(I-89 and Goodwin St.) Yuma -1185 S. 4th Avenue,
Ste. N (4th Ave. and W. 12th St.)
...and Republican Headquarters in:
Mohave County - 2176 McCulloch Blvd. #2, Lake
Havasu City Yavapai County -112 E. Union St.,
San Luis - 629 N. 2nd Ave.
Cochise County - 432 W. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista
- 434 B Beeline Hwy Globe - 145 S. Broad St
Green Valley - 275 W. Continental Drive
Arizona Republican Party |
3501 North 24th Street | Phoenix
Elected June 16, 2001.
Partner in Steptoe & Johnson, LLP, a national law firm. Graduate
of the University of Arizona College of Law with a J.D., 1963 and Stanford
University with a B.A. in economics, 1957. Son of former Arizona
Gov. Paul Fannin.
(From Dec. 2003) Came
to the position from California. Worked on Arnold Schwarzenegger's
October 2003 recall election campaign. Appointed director of the
Irvine Valley College Foundation, effective March 20, 2002. Executive
director of the Orange County Republican Party for eight years. Worked
for former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan and former California State
Sen. Newton R. Russell. Graduate of UCLA with a B.A. in political
science and international relations. Born and raised in San Diego.
|Director of Finance
|Director of Operations
A Californian, academic financial
analyst by profession, active in Orange County Republican politics since
1996. Candidate for Orange County Republican Party Central Committee
in March 2004. Orange County GOTV coordinator for the Schwarzenegger
campaign. Campaign manager for Jim Silva's campaign for Orange County
Supervisor. Field coodinator Orange County Republican Party in the
|72 Hour Director and Volunteer
|Southern Arizona Coordinator
72 Hour Task Force
Came to the position from California
where he was a 12-year resident of Yorba Linda, and an account manager.
Candidate for Orange County Republican Party Central Committee in March
2004. B.A. in political science, University of California, Irvine.