Pinal Partnership Gubernatorial Debate at CAC Signal Peak Campus Postponed

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Pinal County– Pinal Partnership announced today the Gubernatorial Debate scheduled for Thursday, September 4 at Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus has been cancelled.

“Pinal Partnership was making our best attempt to pull off the first General Election Gubernatorial Debate next week. After making our very best attempts, all calendars simply could not be reconciled and we have chosen to cancel this event,” stated Sandie Smith, Pinal Partnership President/CEO. “We are excited for the two general election candidates and congratulate both Doug Ducey and Fred Duvall. We are hoping to reschedule the event in October.”

For more information please contact Sandie@PinalPartnership.com<mailto:Sandie@PinalPartnership.com> or call 480-528-9747.

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