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Supervisor Martin to Serve as a Vice President of County Supervisors Association

(Phoenix, November 19, 2012)—Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin has been elected by her colleagues as the Third Vice President of the County Supervisors Association (CSA), a non-partisan research and advocacy organization representing Arizona’s 61 county supervisors.

“This is a wonderful honor,” Martin said.  “I am looking forward to representing my fellow supervisors in this important organization and look forward to working on behalf of counties throughout the state as the legislature begins its new session in January.”

Martin was elected to serve as Third Vice President at the November meeting of the County Supervisors Association (CSA).  She will serve on the organization’s executive board with CSA President and Yuma County Supervisor Lenore Stuart, President-elect and Greenlee County Supervisor Richard Lunt, First Vice President and Pinal County Supervisor David Snider, Second Vice President and Coconino County Supervisor Mandy Metzger, and Immediate Past President and Maricopa County Supervisor Max Wilson.

“Supervisor Martin is a dedicated public servant whose experience and commitment to local government make her an exceptional representative of Arizona counties,” declared outgoing CSA President Max Wilson.  “Her selection as Third Vice President reflects the trust and confidence that her fellow supervisors have in her.”

As Third Vice President of CSA, Supervisor Martin will serve on the organization’s executive board, helping to develop plans and implement strategies for strengthening Arizona counties in state policymaking.

The County Supervisors Association CSA is a non-partisan, non-profit research and advocacy organization representing Arizona’s 61 county supervisors.  For more than 30 years CSA has served as a forum for county leaders to address important issues facing local constituents and develop a proactive state and federal policy agenda.  The organization is led by an executive board comprised of supervisors elected by their peers and is staffed by a team of professional policy analysts.

Supervisor Martin has been a member of the County Supervisors Association since her election in 2004.