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Phoenix Mayoral Debate Awkward Moment

Daniel Valenzuela will stay a firefighter

One of the most interesting revelations came during the last question of the night. 

Resnik asked each candidate if they planned to make the mayoral role their "full-time job" if elected. Three of the candidates quickly answered, "yes."


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About Moses Sanchez

As a child, Moses Sanchez migrated to the United States with his parents and infant sister from the Republic of Panama. A Navy veteran, Moses Sanchez has served for 21 years and continues to serve in the reserves. He graduated from college with a B.S. in Business Management and a MBA. Moses San…

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Republican Phoenix Mayor Candidate?

Moses Sanchez is the only Republican in the race, which also includes two Democrats who recently quit their City Council seats to run – Kate Gallego and Daniel Valenzuela.

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Phoenix Mayor Candidate Daniel Valenzuela Blames Ex-Wife for Garnished Pay

Mayoral candidate Daniel Valenzuela had his salary garnished last year while a member of the Phoenix City Council because of thousands of dollars in unpaid debt, Phoenix New Times has learned.

Valenzuela owed $12,208 in debt and interest to the Arizona Federal Credit Union as recently as last yea…

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Ahwatukee now has its own candidate running for mayor

It’s official: Ahwatukee has a native son of sorts in the race for Phoenix mayor.

Moses Sanchez, a veteran, immigrant, educator and small business owner, last week submitted over 3,100 signatures to officially qualify for the Phoenix mayoral election in November.

Sanchez submitted more than do…

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