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Sen. Leach named Public Sector Chair of ALEC Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force

Monday, December 21, 2020


Sen. Leach named Public Sector Chair of ALEC Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force

(Phoenix, State Capitol) --- Senator Vince Leach today was named the 2021-2022 Public Sector Chair of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force. This task force is dedicated to researching and promoting sound policy aimed at creating a pro-growth atmosphere in state economies.

"I am honored to be named Public Sector Chair of this important task force," said Senator Leach, a Republican representing District 11 in the Arizona Senate. "Promoting economic growth and reducing excessive government spending are at the heart of this task force's mission, and that aligns with my priorities here at the State Capitol."

Legislative members of the Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force are at the forefront of developing sound, fiscally responsible, and free-market tax and fiscal policies. It has pioneered polices to increase budget transparency, promote state spending limitations and implement dynamic revenue forecasting.

ALEC is America's largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators dedicated to the principles of limited government, free markets and federalism.


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Dec 31, 2020

Senator Leach:

Congrats on your new title. We the people of our country ask you to stand with integrity and celebrate your new title by defying the current election results. You DEMAND a recount be done with the counting voting machines that are not used in foreign countries that are allowed to be manipulated and swayed to whoever has the most $$ to change the election.

You show them what AZ is all about, not a bunch of wussies, but citizens that care about truth and integrity.

Welcome aboard!!


Paul Hartman
Dec 21, 2020

Congrats. The first thing on your agenda, and every other representative, should be to decertify the election. Next would be to make sure prop 208 never becomes law! That is a killer to small businesses and real estate. I know of a few people that are either going to move out of AZ or not buy a home in AZ if prop 208 is allowed. Also, if it is allowed to stand, what's to stop them from passing any other tax raising prop to benefit one group at the expense of another. This should have never been allowed to come up for a vote! Makes a mockery out of our system. As does this election, if allowed to stand!

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