Steve is very humbled and honored to have received endorsements from many of Arizona's (and the country's) leading organizations including:
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
'America's Toughest Sheriff', Joe Arpaio, says:
"Steve Smith is Arizona's toughest legislator when it comes to fighting to secure the border and I endorse him for Senate."
Sheriff Paul Babeu
Sheriff Paul Babeu says:
Arizona Right To Life
Arizona's leading organization committed to articulating and protecting the right to life of all human beings, born and unborn.
National Federation of Independent Businesses
The NFIB is the leading small business association representing small and independent businesses and represents the consensus views of its members from all 50 state capitals.
Arizona Police Association
The Arizona Police Association represents 26 law enforcement agencies and approximately 10,000 law enforcement officers, making it the largest law enforcement association in the state.
National Rifle Association
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is America's foremost defender of Second Amendment rights and Steve has the top A+ rating.
Arizona Conservative Club
Steve received the Arizona Conservative Club's first endorsement of 2014 for his being ranked the #1 conservative legislator in Arizona.
The Free Enterprise Club
The Free Enterprise Club's mission is to promote policies and candidates that encourage economic prosperity and limited government for all businesses and taxpayers.
Arizona Association of Realtors
The Arizona Association of REALTORS® is the largest trade association in Arizona, representing 42,945 Arizona REALTORS® belonging to 21 local associations.
Arizona Citizens Defense League
The Arizona Citizens Defense League is a non-profit, all volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to the principles contained in Article II, Section 2 of the Arizona Constitution that "All political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights."