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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild

Tucson Metro Chamber Presents

State of Government 2014 Times they are a changing – globally, nationally and especially locally. So what do our government leaders see as key issues and priorities for the year ahead? Listen up and get focused on what our Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild see as important to strengthen and grow our economy and address other critical challenges in 2014 and beyond. Plan to attend the upcoming State of the State and the State of the City luncheons hosted by Tucson Metro Chamber.

The State of the State address is on Jan. 14 at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort. The State of the City address is on Feb. 26 at the Tucson Convention Center. Brewer, a longtime Arizonan, became governor in 2009. She’s spent the past three decades in public service. Brewer was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives, then the Arizona Senate where she served from 1987 to 1996. She went on to be Maricopa County supervisor until 2002 when she became secretary of state.


Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer reviews the important issues affecting not only Southern Arizona, but the entire state, and highlights priorities for the coming year. Tuesday, January 14 Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort 10000 N. Oracle Road Registration 11:30 a.m. Luncheon & address 12:00 Noon $65 Tucson Metro Chamber Investors $85 Non-Investors


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Tucson Mayor Rothschild outlines his goals, planned policies and priorities for the City of Tucson in the pivotal year ahead. Wednesday, February 26 Tucson Convention Center 260 S. Church Ave. Registration 11:30 a.m. Luncheon & address: 12:00 Noon $65 Tucson Metro Chamber Investors $85 Non-Investors

Contact Jason Cook (520) 792-2250, Ext. 158 or

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Rothschild, a Tucson native, has served as mayor since 2011. He was managing partner at the law firm Mesch, Clark & Rothschild from 2001 to 2011, concentrating in the areas of business law and estate planning. Before that he served as a law clerk for a U.S. District Court Judge. He’s volunteered on numerous community boards. The major is expected to focus on his 5 Ts for the future of Tucson – technology, trade, transportation, tourism and teaching.

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