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Sherrie Hanna participated in the LWV Candidate Forum
Primary Election date is August 4, 2020
General Election date is November 3, 2020
As a native Arizonan, my family moved to Prescott in 1963. I am running to ensure the heritage and lifestyle that I enjoyed will be preserved for all of Yavapai County as well as my three children, their spouses and my eleven grandchildren who all have chosen to remain in Prescott. I attended Prescott Unified District schools and graduated from Prescott High School, class of 1973.
Nearly two years ago, when I first learned that Supervisor Simmons was retiring, I decided to run not only because I am uniquely qualified for this position, but because I bring passion and a diverse perspective to the office. In the last year and a half, I have taken it upon myself to attend as many Board of Supervisors meetings as possible, budget sessions, and met with department heads and I am a graduate of the inaugural Yavapai County Citizens Academy.
District 1 is very large and diverse. I understand the constituents will be well served by a Supervisor who knows this position is more than an 8-5, Monday thru Friday, behind the desk, job. I have proven that I am willing to put forth the energy and be a hands-on representative, be visible, accessible and informed. My record of action and accomplishments speaks for itself. I have shown my willingness and desire to serve.
Currently, I am serving on two City of Prescott executive boards and recently I have been appointed to Mayor Mengarelli's Council on the Sewer and Water committee. This position is imperative in obtaining working knowledge on the issues the city faces in District 1. I was recently notified of my appointment to the Industrial Authority Board of Yavapai County and I will be sworn in on April 1, 2020. Among my other affiliations, I am Western Heritage Foundation Board, Prescott Kiwanis, Prescott Rodeo Association, Yavapai Cowbelles, Prescott Chamber of Commerce, Yavapai and Arizona Cattle Growers, Yavapai and Arizona Farm Bureau, Downwinder’s Advocate, active in Republican Women of Prescott and YAVGOP Precinct Committeeman, just to name a few. I have traveled extensively throughout District 1 attending various meetings along with meeting with individuals and learning first-hand the issues that are of concern to the constituents. I have done this on my own time and at my own expense because I believe in Yavapai County and what I can bring to the table.
I bring skills from various positions that I have held, that include but are not limited to: Court Clerk to judges, Legal Assistant to attorneys, Administrative Assistant in Corporate America, Assistant to the President of the Texas Tech University Center and Rural Carrier, United States Postal Service. At the Postal Service I trained, developed and ensured quality of work life for employees. I retired in 2015 from the Post Office after 32 years.
Tel: (928) 533-2925
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