ICYMI: LD28 Democrats Thank Lieberman After His Resignation

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September 21, 2021
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ICYMI: LD28 Democrats Thank Lieberman After His Resignation

 

 

PHOENIX - Yesterday Representative Aaron Lieberman resigned his position in the legislature to focus full-time on running for Governor. In announcing his departure from office, Lieberman stated, "Today I am announcing my resignation as State Representative of LD28. It has been the honor of my life to represent the people of District 28 [...] I’ll always put Arizona first over any partisan politics."

The Democrats of Legislative District 28 later put out a statement thanking Lieberman for his service:

"The LD28 Board is extremely grateful to Aaron Lieberman for the tireless efforts he has put forth as our State Representative. We appreciate his commitment to education, small business, and conservation. He has repeatedly demonstrated his genuine commitment to meeting the needs of his constituents. In addition to unseating a Republican house representative in 2018, Aaron, along with Representative Kelli Butler, worked tirelessly to help elect Senator Christine Marsh in 2020.

"We know that Aaron is committed to doing everything he can to retain both House Democratic seats in Legislative District 28.  He is stepping down in a timely fashion to ensure a smooth transition for the appointment of his successor, enabling them to prepare for the next legislative session.  He has generously shared his time and experience with many of those interested in filling this seat, resulting in an informed and qualified slate of potential appointees. We look forward to continuing our work together to build a better future for our great state of Arizona."

 
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Rep. Aaron Lieberman is a state representative for Legislative District 28, a social entrepreneur, and a candidate for Arizona Governor. After seeing first-hand the effectiveness and success of early childhood intervention programs, Aaron launched Jumpstart, a national nonprofit to ensure all children had the opportunity to enter kindergarten prepared to succeed.  To date, more than 50,000 college students have served, working with more than 100,000 children and earning over $200 million in scholarships through AmeriCorps. Later, he founded Acelero Learning to close the achievement gap for Head Start children. Impacting over 40,000 kids every day, children enrolled in Acelero’s programs make gains at nearly three times the national average. Aaron was born and raised in Arizona. He and his wife live in Phoenix, where they’re raising their two sons. Aaron’s daughter is studying history at Yale, his alma mater.
For more information, please visit aaron4az.com. Follow Aaron on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram at @aaron4az.
 
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