Phoenix ArchiPAC and Advocacy Committee
Phoenix ArchiPAC is the Political Action Committee of AIA Phoenix Metro. It shall be the most recognized, respected, and effective organization to influence elected officials developing public policy for the City of Phoenix. It shall raise the profile of, and serve as the public voice for the local architecture community, and specifically the members of AIA Phoenix Metro, on relevant public policy issues being developed by the City of Phoenix Mayor and City Council Members.
1. Raise the profile and influence of the local architectural community by establishing and cultivating relationships with the elected members of the Phoenix City Council.
2. Monitor and positively influence issues of relevance to the architectural community that are being considered and debated by the elected members of the Phoenix City Council.
3. Become more politically engaged within the City of Phoenix.
City of Phoenix Council Election August 2013
2013 City of Phoenix Council Candidates respond to questions from AIA:
Virgel Cain – District 2
Karlene Keogh Parks – District 6 / Keogh Parks interview summary
Justin Johnson – District 4 / Johnson interview summary
David Lujan – District 4 / Lujan interview summary
Laura Pastor – District 4
Dan Carroll – District 4
Kate Gallego – District 8 / Gallego interview summary Chapter Endorsed
Lawrence Robinson - District 8 / Robinson interview summary
Election Centers open August 24, 26 and 27th. Click here for election information.
Click here for information on how to contribute to Phoenix ArchiPAC