ABOUT STEPHEN

It’s time to take the nonsense out of the Recorder’s Office. It’s time to make the Recorder’s Office boring again.

Stephen will deliver fair and competent elections. That’s it. No partisan activism. No rogue policymaking. No fights with voters.

Stephen is an attorney in downtown Phoenix at one of Arizona’s oldest large law firms. Prior to his legal career, Stephen worked in the policy arena for several of the country’s most prestigious think tanks, and he worked in business management. Stephen holds three degrees, and he won a number of awards while in school including USA Today All-Academic Team, Phi Beta Kappa, and National Merit Scholar Finalist. Stephen has lived in Salt Lake City, Chicago, New Orleans, Washington DC, and Hermosillo (Mexico).

Stephen and his wife, Lindsay, met at The University of Chicago Law School. They live in south Phoenix, where they hike South Mountain as regularly as the Arizona weather allows. They both love playing and watching sports, and are thrilled about the return of NBA and MLB, albeit in shortened “corona-seasons.” Stephen’s sister and her family have lived in Tucson since 2001 (she would say “Bear Down Wildcats”), and other members of Stephen’s family live in Scottsdale. Stephen’s family owns a business with offices in Flagstaff, Phoenix, and Tucson.

Stephen’s commitment to public service and public life is well-documented. Governor Doug Ducey previously appointed Stephen to serve on the board of the Arizona Humanities, and Stephen is also a former Arizona Industry Fellow with the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During Hurricane Katrina, Stephen formed his own organization to help with rescue and rebuilding work in the Gulf South. President George W. Bush recognized Stephen for his work and awarded Stephen the The Presidential Volunteer Service Award, Gold Class.

But Richer For Recorder is more than just Stephen. Hundreds of volunteers have advised, endorsed, or worked for the campaign because they too want the madness at the Recorder’s Office to end.

We hope you’ll join, be you Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, or Independent. If you have any questions about Stephen or the campaign, please use the contact form, we’ll reply quickly.

It’s time to take the nonsense out of the Recorder’s Office. It’s time to make the Recorder’s Office boring again.

Stephen will deliver fair and competent elections. That’s it. No partisan activism. No rogue policymaking. No fights with voters.

Stephen is an attorney in downtown Phoenix at one of Arizona’s oldest large law firms. Prior to his legal career, Stephen worked in the policy arena for several of the country’s most prestigious think tanks, and he worked in business management. Stephen holds three degrees, and he won a number of awards while in school including USA Today All-Academic Team, Phi Beta Kappa, and National Merit Scholar Finalist. Stephen has lived in Salt Lake City, Chicago, New Orleans, Washington DC, and Hermosillo (Mexico).

Stephen and his wife, Lindsay, met at The University of Chicago Law School. They live in south Phoenix, where they hike South Mountain as regularly as the Arizona weather allows. They both love playing and watching sports, and are thrilled about the return of NBA and MLB, albeit in shortened “corona-seasons.” Stephen’s sister and her family have lived in Tucson since 2001 (she would say “Bear Down Wildcats”), and other members of Stephen’s family live in Scottsdale. Stephen’s family owns a business with offices in Flagstaff, Phoenix, and Tucson.

Stephen’s commitment to public service and public life is well-documented. Governor Doug Ducey previously appointed Stephen to serve on the board of the Arizona Humanities, and Stephen is also a former Arizona Industry Fellow with the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During Hurricane Katrina, Stephen formed his own organization to help with rescue and rebuilding work in the Gulf South. President George W. Bush recognized Stephen for his work and awarded Stephen the The Presidential Volunteer Service Award, Gold Class.

But Richer For Recorder is more than just Stephen. Hundreds of volunteers have advised, endorsed, or worked for the campaign because they too want the madness at the Recorder’s Office to end.

We hope you’ll join, be you Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, or Independent. If you have any questions about Stephen or the campaign, please use the contact form, we’ll reply quickly.

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