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Board of Supervisors Takes More Active Role in Maricopa County Elections

By Bill GatesChairman, Maricopa County Board of SupervisorsJune 26, 2019 Today, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors took action to enhance the way county elections are run in the nation’s fastest-growing county. The vote to approve the final, amended recommendations of a countywide election work group—following high-level, bipartisan conversations over the past several months—signals a…

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Opinion: From how we use water to big data, Maricopa County is leading the way.

The fastest-growing county in the nation can also be its most forward-thinking if its leaders prioritize three things. 1.  Use water, parks and energy wisely With 200 people moving to Maricopa County per day, according to the latest Census data, we need to make sure we’re growing the right way.  That means building neighborhoods with…

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Thank you for your vote

I want to thank everyone who voted for me in Tuesday’s Primary Election. Now it’s on to the General Election, so in the weeks ahead we are going to be working hard to earn your vote again. Please help us get our our message by contributing to my campaign at http://billgatesaz.com/index.php/contribute.  

Volunteer to help Bill Gates during the Arizona GOP State Convention

The Bill Gates for County Supervisor campaign is looking for volunteers to help during the State GOP meeting on April 30th at the Mesa Convention Center. Volunteers will help collect petition signatures, handout collateral, and answer questions about Bill Gates’ and his campaign for County Supervisor. Each volunteer will get a free Bill Gates for…

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Phoenix council weighs electric ad signs

Restrictions on flashy billboards applied unevenly, foes say by Michael Clancy – Apr. 24, 2011 12:00 AM The Arizona Republic Three recent billboard requests have thrust electronic outdoor advertising into Phoenix politics, forcing the City Council to reconsider a billboard ordinance that observers say has been overlooked, ignored and only informally applied.