Donna McBride's campaign for Casa Grande City Council has been gaining tremendous support from people of all walks of life include teachers, business owners, parents, youth, retirees, public servants and the list goes on. Donna is committed to
enhancing the quality of life for everyone in Casa Grande, supporting competitive workforce strategies and responsible growth, and ensuring infrastructure and amenities support the needs of our community. This means that she not only needs you support in the form of a vote, but also wants to hear what issues are important to you. Connect with Donna to let her know what matters to you!
Check out some of Donna McBride's supporters below:
Dino “DJ” DeLuca, Jr.
Travis Duran, Jr.
Kathleen “Tess” Elliott
Melissa Yost Fuentes
Sinoloa “Tina” Hudson
Darla Johnson & family
Debbie Limon Martinez
Rufuijo Guerra Martinez
Craig H. McFarland
Jennie Lee Voyce
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Donna McBride Announces Bid for Casa Grande City Council
Community activist Donna McBride has formally announced her desire to serve the citizens of Casa Grande when she filed paperwork on Monday March 14th with the city clerk’s office. While this is her first attempt at public office, McBride is no stranger to public service. Her long list of activities reflects her dedication to the community.
McBride will be focusing her campaign on three areas: Enhancing quality of life, stable community with a competitive workplace advantage, city infrastructure to support growth and financial responsibility.
Donna McBride retired from Students Against Destructive Decisions (formerly known as Students Against Drunk Driving) after serving 20 years. Upon retirement, McBride and her husband Mike returned to Casa Grande where they have lived for the past 13 years. McBride is a Program Administrator for Pinal County Juvenile Court.