Fred DuVal for AZ Governor
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It's time to move Arizona forward

Fred DuVal is an Arizona business and education leader.

Arizona is open for business

Fred has a plan to get Arizona’s economy moving forward again.

It's time to stop fighting and start fixing

Fred has a plan to clean up the Capitol and introduce a new Ethics Commission.

No more cuts to our children's schools

Fred will work with teachers and parents to improve Arizona's education system.

Campaign Updates

As Anonymous Attacks Escalate, Fred DuVal Renews Call For "No Dark Money" Pledge

Phoenix, AZ -- Business and education leader Fred DuVal, who is running for Arizona governor, today renewed his call for a “No Dark Money” pledge in the upcoming Arizona gubernatorial election.

"We've seen an escalation of the "Dark Money" ad wars. 60 Plus Association and Better Leaders for Arizona, anonymous, "dark money" organizations are spending nearly $150,000 next week to flood the airwaves with unattributed attacks."

Fred DuVal Extends Personal Appeal For "No Dark Money" Pledge

Phoenix, AZ -- Business and education leader Fred DuVal, who is running for Arizona governor, today extended a personal appeal for a "No Dark Money" pledge to five gubernatorial candidates.

“This morning I personally contacted Doug Ducey, Christine Jones, Scott Smith, Ken Bennett, and Barry Hess to extend my offer of a “No Dark Money” pledge,” said DuVal. “I think we can all agree that Arizona families have a right to know who’s paying to influence their vote.”

Fred DuVal Calls for "No Dark Money" Pledge

Phoenix, AZ -- Business and education leader Fred DuVal, who is running for Arizona governor, today called for his Republican opponents to join him in a pledge to reject “Dark Money” in the upcoming Arizona gubernatorial election.

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Upcoming Events

Aug

12

At Pueblo Del Sol Country Club.

Aug

09

Join us to talk about Fred's plans to improve and reinvest in Arizona's K-12 and higher education systems.