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The Conservative
Choice for LD27

ENDORSED BY PHOENIX, PEORIA, AND GLENDALE POLICE

hi, I'm brian.

To say my heart and my roots run deep with this community would be an understatement. I was raised right here in the LD27 District,  attending Sweetwater Elementary and Moon Valley High Schools.  The house I grew up in off 48th Avenue and Cactus remains in my family after almost 50 years.  

I’ve watched our district change a lot over the course of my life. With two parents who taught in the Glendale Union High School District, I am concerned about the decline in our schools performance over the past several decades and the insertion of politically-charged curricula into our public schools.

My father was a Vietnam veteran and I have seen firsthand the poor quality of our Veterans’ services. It’s beyond time for us to demonstrate the debt of gratitude we have for our Veterans and ensure that they receive the assistance and care that they deserve. 

Equally at the heart of my motivation to run is our Police Officers.  Over the past 20+ years, I have been involved with the law enforceement community, actively engaged with departments across the state with fundraising for injured and fallen officers, planning multiple officer appreciation and community awareness days and working hand in hand with our brave men and women in law enforcement to promote goodwill throughout our communities. Our District has unique borders in that it encompasses three growing cities: Phoenix, Glendale and Peoria.  All of these cities are faced with Police Officer shortages, delayed response times and low officer morale.    As a private citizen I have been as vocal and active as possible, but as a Legislator would have the power to really make changes that impact our Officers and the Citizens of Arizona.  We must turn this around before we see skyrocketing crime in our neighborhoods.  

As the owner of We Fix Ugly Pools, a pool remodeling / repair / construction company operating in Arizona and Texas, I’m aware of issues facing the  small business community and how recent economic trends have affected our business community. Small businesses are the heart of the community and we must find ways to continually encourage and attract small businesses to strengthen the Arizona economy. 

I am a conservative, concerned about Bidenonmics, border security, law enforcement, Governor Hobbs’ anti-business agenda, and special interest funding giveaways. I was taught at a young age that “inch by inch is a cinch, but yard by yard is hard.” I will fight every inch to put the people of Arizona first, ensuring trust in free and fair elections, balancing our budgets, expanding economic opportunity, and protecting our long-term water supplies.

I intend to earn your trust and your vote in the 2024  election!

– Brian Morris

Issues

As a small business owner, I know what difficulties are encountered when building and maintaining your company. New start ups need tax relief and protection from home-based business regulations. I will be a staunch supporter of policies that defend those who are looking to be self-employed or explore that route.

 With Arizona facing ongoing challenges related to water scarcity and mismanagement, my expertise in water conservation and rights is indispensable. I understand the urgent need to preserve Arizona’s water resources for future generations. I am deeply concerned about the influence of lobbyists and foreign interests that threaten to exploit Arizona’s water supply at the cost of Arizonans. As a legislator, I will prioritize policies aimed at safeguarding our water table from depletion and ensuring sustainable water management practices. By championing initiatives that promote responsible water usage and protect Arizona’s vital water sources, I aim to secure a more resilient future for our state.

As a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, I believe in your right to bear arms and will work tirelessly to protect it.

My dedication to addressing homelessness goes beyond rhetoric; it stems from his active involvement as a volunteer in the heart of the issue. Understanding the multifaceted challenges faced by the homeless population, I am committed to enacting comprehensive legislation that not only provides immediate relief but also tackles the root causes of homelessness. Moreover, I recognize the negative impact of methadone clinics scattered throughout our district, which have not only contributed to urban blight but also heightened security concerns and depressed property values. As a legislator, I will advocate for holistic solutions that not only offer support and resources to the homeless but also revitalize our neighborhoods, creating safer and more vibrant communities for all residents.

My commitment to the community extends beyond being compelled to be a leader in the Arizona legislature; it is ingrained in my identity as a businessman and community volunteer. Through my experience as a business owner and landholder in District 27, I understand the unique needs and challenges faced by Arizonans. I recognize the importance of fostering economic growth and empowering local businesses to thrive. My approach to governance prioritizes grassroots engagement and collaboration, ensuring that the voices of constituents are heard and represented at the Capitol. By supporting initiatives that promote job creation, entrepreneurship, and community development, I seek to build a more prosperous future for all residents of Arizona.

We must fight for a strong and secure border. Without a border, we have no  security. Our closed checkpoints must be re-opened and our state needs to invest in further collaboration with municipal and tribal levels of government to better address this growing crisis. Those who break the law should be punished and those whose first action in this nation is to break its laws should face appropriate consequences and not be sheltered away in hotels at the taxpayer’s expense.

I am committed to enhancing transparency in our election process and fighting for election reforms which can ensure that neither side questions the outcome of an election.

Although many border security problems are federal, human and drug trafficking in Arizona has reached horrifying levels. We must collaborate with municipal and tribal levels of government to better address the crisis, punish those who are caught trafficking, and invest further into first responders.

We must fight for our veterans like they’ve fought for us. No veteran should go without appropriate physical and mental health care. Veteran homelessness and suicide rates are too high and we should aim to address those with individualized policies. 

Bureaucrats should never be fully in charge of your children’s curriculum. Arizona’s ESA program allows families to send their children to any school of their choice – private, homeschooled, online, charter, or traditional public – regardless of zip code or income. I support this program and will make it more effective over time. I will stand strongly against attempts by Katie Hobbs & Democrats to institute a monolithic education entity which removes choice.

Bidenomics and a devastating housing market have crippled our community. We need to fight back against multibillion dollar corporate takeovers of  single family homes and encourage competition in every industry. The government should not be involved in picking winners and losers – but it should be involved in working to give everybody an equal opportunity at becoming a winner.

Foreign entities are pumping countless acre-feet of water from our groundwater aquifers. Nations like Saudi Arabia banned alfalfa farming in their home country – yet we allow them to do it here with our limited water supplies. We need common sense land ownership policy like that which was recently signed in Arkansas – we need to ban foreign farmland ownership in Arizona.

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