Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio Endorses Andy Biggs for Congress
February 25, 2016
Joins Rep. Matt Salmon in supporting Biggs for AZ05
PHOENIX (February 25) – Phoenix Councilman Sal Diciccio announced today his endorsement for Senate President Andy Biggs for Arizona’s 5thCongressional District.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Andy Biggs for a number of years, and have fought side by side with him on the issues that matter most for Arizonans,” DiCiccio said. “Andy is a man of integrity and of principle, and his commitment to advancing our conservative values is unrivaled. When it comes to replacing a conservative icon like Matt Salmon, I know that Andy Biggs is the clear choice for Congressional District Five constituents. I’m excited to endorse a man of his caliber for the U.S. House of Representatives.”
His endorsement comes on the heels of Biggs’ announcement to run for the East Valley seat. DiCiccio joins Congressman Matt Salmon in his endorsement for Biggs.
“I am grateful for the support from my friend Sal DiCiccio,” Biggs said. “His strong dedication to serving his constituents and his community has made him one of the most honorable public servants in our great state. I am excited to have his endorsement and thrilled to have him on my team as we begin my campaign for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District.”
About Andy Biggs
Senator Andy Biggs is an Arizona native and has lived in Gilbert with his family for the past 25 years. He is married to Cindy and they have six children. He is a retired attorney and is licensed to practice in Arizona, Washington, and New Mexico. The Senator has a bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from BYU and a J.D. degree from the University of Arizona. He earned a M.A. in Political Science from ASU and has done additional graduate work there. Senator Biggs served Legislative District 22 in the State House of Representatives for eight years before being elected to the State Senate in November of 2010. Andy has earned the designation “Champion of the Taxpayer” from Americans for Prosperity for his cumulative service in the state legislature and has been honored numerous times by the Goldwater Institute as a “Friend of Liberty.”