Lori Klein

Lori KleinLori Klein was elected to the State Senate in 2010, earning nearly 67% of the vote in her first campaign.  Her campaign was centered on balancing Arizona’s budget, protecting the taxpayers, and working to improve education and public safety.

Lori is the owner of Lori Klein & Associates, which specializes in fundraising for non-profit issue advocacy and limited government projects. For nearly two decades she has labored to manage and pass voter initiatives to protect Arizonans and their rights.

Her conservative resume is quite extensive. She served as the Executive Director and Director of Development for Medical Choice for Arizona (Proposition 101) that was defeated by a mere 8,000 votes of the 2.1 million votes cast in 2008. She is currently working in Development raising funds for The Health Care Freedom Act which will be on the Arizona November 2010 ballot. Both of those efforts were designed to protect Arizona residents from any successful efforts to nationalize health care through plans like “Obamacare.”

She was the Executive Director and Spokesperson for Proposition 207 which passed with 65% of the vote in 2006. Prop 207 provided protection for private property owners from government takings by eminent domain or excessive regulations. Thanks to these efforts, Arizona now has the strongest private property rights in the nation.

Ms. Klein served the National Director of Development for Americans for Fair Taxation from 2002–2006. She worked as the Executive Director and then the Director of Public Affairs for the Arizona School Choice Trust in 1998 and served for six years as Chairman of its Advisory Board.

She was the Executive Director of the Taxpayer Protection Alliance in 1999–2000 which spearheaded Proposition 107, a ballot initiative that would have eliminated the Arizona state personal and corporate income tax over the course of four years, making Arizona competitive with Nevada, Washington and Texas in attracting business.

Ms. Klein has been active in the Arizona Republican Party as a Precinct Committeeman and as a former member of the Ponderosa Republican Women.

Ms. Klein and her three sons live in Anthem. She attends Fellowship church in Anthem.


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