ZPA Reaches $3.5 Billion Mark for Municipal Bonds

Zimmerman Public Affairs (ZPA) has successfully completed a controversial campaign for the passage of $100 million of City of Tucson bonds for street repairs. A total of 144,013 votes were cast, of which 72,483 voted “yes.” The winning margin was 953 votes, or 50.33%.

This is the firm’s sixteenth municipal bond election in either Southern Arizona or Phoenix since 1979. Altogether, ZPA is responsible for the approval of more than $3.5 billion worth of bonds.

Zimmerman Public Affairs has also successfully supported transportation measures through sales tax questions such as the 2006 Regional Transportation Plan.

 

 

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ZPA Reaches $3.5 Billion Mark for Municipal Bonds

Zimmerman Public Affairs (ZPA) has successfully completed a controversial campaign for the passage of $100 million of City of Tucson bonds for street repairs. A total of 144,013 votes were cast, of which 72,483 voted “yes.” The winning margin was 953 votes, or 50.33%. This is the firm’s six ... Read More

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