Last time we had Clint into speak is when he was running as a Candidate for Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
We have a great opportunity to have Clint address the group again this Wednesday, March 11, 2020. He is a fourth-generation Arizonan from one of the West Valley’s most prominent families and businesses Hickman Family Farms. He was appointed to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors March 21 then Hickman was selected over 16 other candidates to replace former Supervisor Max Wilson. Hickman vowed to emulate Wilson’s integrity, decency and fairness – and to serve “as a real taxpayers’ friend. He is also the President of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) making him the Chief representative for upcoming Arizona legislative session and with Federal and State officials.
Clint Hickman is from Goodyear, ”a strong Conservative Republican and owner of a prominent West Valley business, Hickman Family Farms. He was appointed to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in 2013 to replace District 4 Max Wilson, who resigned for health reasons.
Elections, Military Support, and Second Chances
ELECTIONS: I will be laser focused over the next year and a half on doing what it takes to run good elections. People should be able to vote when and how they want. The Board’s investment in new technology will allow us a faster, accurate vote count, while a partnership with the Recorder’s Office and a Board point person inside the Elections Department will ensure effective, bipartisan oversight of this essential right.
MILITARY: I’m honored to represent Luke Air Force Base and am always looking for opportunities to partner with Luke to benefit our military families and our veterans. The Military and Veteran Success Center at Luke, supported by the Maricopa County Industrial Development Authority, is an example of this work. Read my thoughts about Luke families and their importance in our community hereVersion OptionsMy PrioritiesHeadline.
SECOND CHANCES: We need to provide real second chances to people in our jail system. I have supported programs as a Board member and as a businessman that provide people coming out of our jail system job skills and housing opportunities so those willing to work for it can transition back into the community effectively. This is good for our economy and public safety.
He will be discussing Red Flag Laws, 2nd Amendment, Sanctuary cities (just passed Maricopa County is now a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary City) and more.
Will be good to hear from Clint as he runs for re-election for County Board of Supervisors and find out what’s been happening since he’s been on the Board. We can also confirm what this particular position does and is in charge of in case anyone is wondering. Probably lots more than you realize. www.maricopa.gov
See ya Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Doors open 6 pm; meeting starts 6:30 pm. Q & A time available/interaction. Clint is very flexible.