Oro Valley resident Mark Finchem, was a public safety officer for more than 20 years and is now working as a realtors. This is the first time Finchem is running for an elected office. He has been appointed to Tucson Association of Realtor, the Government Affairs Committee and Pima County Small Business Commission. He is running because he wants limited government where his children can have individual freedom, economic freedom and a debt-free future. Those are the top three priorities of Finchem’s if elected into office.
Finchem believes that Arizona’s economic improvement is a positive sign for the future, but that there is still room for improvement. He wants public officials and the government to be more transparent. With that, he wants a sunset condition “to every single regulation, every single act that is passed by the state legislature”. If elected, Finchem would focus on resolving the long-term economic outlook for Arizona. Finchem has gathered signatures for Jonathan Paton and Diane Douglas as well as worked on numerous propositions. So far, Finchem has received support from Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, Arizona State Sen. Al Melvin, State Rep.Adam Kwasman, Supervisor Ally Miller and more.