Today, Seth Leibsohn, Republican candidate for Arizona’s Congressional District 9, received the endorsement of Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ).
Congressman Andy Biggs released the following statement on April 11th 2018:
“I proudly support Seth’s bid for Congress. A principled conservative, Seth is a friend, a great communicator, and understands the principles of limited government and the kind of commonsense conservatism we need in DC so badly. We need him, and I wholeheartedly support his candidacy.”
Congressman Andy Biggs is an Arizona native and currently serves the 5th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He lives in Gilbert with his wife of 35 years, Cindy. They have six children and four grandchildren. Congressman Biggs served in the Arizona Legislature for 14 years – the last four as the Arizona Senate President. He was awarded “Champion of the Taxpayer” from Americans for Prosperity for his cumulative service in the Arizona legislature, and has been honored numerous times by the Goldwater Institute as a “Friend of Liberty.” This week, Congressman Biggs received the American Conservative Union (ACU) Award for Conservative Excellence, which is the organization’s highest award bestowed to lawmakers who vote to uphold conservative principles.
Of Congressman Biggs endorsement, Seth Leibsohn remarked: “Andy is a great leader for the residents of Arizona’s 5th Congressional District, our state, and our country—and a true model of public service. I am honored by, and privileged to have, his endorsement. I look forward to joining Andy in Washington to better strengthen our economy and our country.”
About Seth Leibsohn
Seth Leibsohn is an Arizona native who has dedicated his career to commonsense conservative policy. In addition to serving as the Vice President and Senior Fellow for The Claremont Institute he is the author of several books and op-eds on issues related to education, drug abuse, foreign policy, and the economy. He has been a radio host with Bill Bennett in Washington D.C. and locally. In 2016 he was awarded the Arizona Capitol Times Volunteerism Award for his dedication to work in substance abuse prevention.