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Arizona Attorney General Candidate Rodney Glassman will be in Prescott Saturday, February 19th, to speak at the Yavapai County Republican Committee’s quarterly meeting for precinct committeemen. Following the meeting, a Host Committee supporting Glassman, chaired by Congressman Paul Gosar, will sponsor a free luncheon event at the Ernest A. Love American Legion Post 6, from 12:30 pm to 2 pm.
The event is free and the public is cordially invited. Other members of the Host Committee include former State Representative and current candidate for the State Senate, Noel Campbell, former County Supervisor and Trump administration official Jack Smith, and local Republican activists Hal Bray and Tom Lorenzen.
Rodney Glassman is a practicing attorney in Phoenix with the firm of Beus, Gilbert and McGrode, where he specializes in corporate law and complex civil litigation. He also serves in the Air Force Reserve where, as a member of the Judge Advocate Corps, he handles criminal matters under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Mr. Glassman is running to fill the vacancy created by current AG Mark Brnovich who is now a candidate in the Republican primary for a seat in the US Senate.
This luncheon event is an opportunity to meet and learn about Mr. Glassman’s views on key issues confronting our state including the border crises and the teaching of Critical Race Theory in public schools. Congressman Gosar and Noel Campbell will also be in attendance. The American Legion Ernest A. Love Post 6 is located at 202 S. Pleasant Street, Prescott, Arizona. Lunch will be served between 12:30 pm and 2 pm. The event is free and the general public is cordially invited to attend. RSVPs may be addressed to Sam@RodneyGlassman.com.