Supervisor Cheryl Chase Announces She Will Seek Reelection

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San Tan Valley– Supervisor Cheryl Chase, Chairwoman of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors, has announced that she will seek re-election in 2016. Ms. Chase has called Pinal County her home for nearly 4 decades and currently represents the people of District 2, which encompasses the majority of the San Tan Valley region.
In 2013, the honorable Cheryl Chase answered the call to return to public service, and was elected to become the voice for District 2 as the first Republican woman to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors.

Since then, she has honored her commitment to transparency and accountability in government while seeking ways to support and manage the growth in the San Tan Valley area. Ms. Chase, along with the other Supervisors, has worked diligently with county staff to see the widening of Hunt Highway become reality. Hunt Highway Widening Phase II is nearly complete, and Phase III scheduled for 2016 will include the extension of Gantzel Road from Bela Vista to Hunt Highway.

“I am pleased with the progress we have made, but feel we have much more to accomplish. The next few years are going to be critical for the development of this community, and I want to see San Tan Valley and Pinal County achieve its full potential,” said Supervisor Chase.

Chase continued, “We have a lot going for us, and the future is very exciting. I am looking forward to continuing to serve the people in District 2 and the county as a whole. It brings me great satisfaction to work with both our dedicated staff and residents to move our great county forward.”

Economic Development Manager, Tim Kanavel made this statement regarding the impact this project has already had on the region. “San Tan Valley has become a desired destination for businesses to expand or relocate, bringing more services, jobs, and an overall improvement of the quality of life for residents. This project has been a game changer, putting San Tan Valley on the map, and Supervisor Chase had a big part in making this happen.”

For county related issues, Supervisor Chase can be reached at or (520) 428-6718.

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