Ethan Orr is a Tucson native and third generation Arizonan. Ethan knows how to get our economy going again. He is the Executive Director of a statewide organization dedicated to helping Veterans and people with disabilities find employment. Working closely with the business community, he has created innovative training programs, started two small businesses, and in 2011 helped over 700 people find jobs. Ethan also spent years working in economic development. He has helped businesses move to Tucson, expand in Tucson and succeed in Tucson. Ethan has worked across party lines and around town to improve our community. Working closely with neighborhoods, service groups and non-profits he has fostered solutions on issues ranging from crime to city beautification.
Happily married with three children, Ethan earned both his undergraduate degrees and a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Arizona. He has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the UA and Pima College for the past ten years. He has served on numerous local and state committees and has worked with a wide range of people to create solutions for our community. As a Republican in District 9, Ethan will make sure Tucson’s voice in heard in the State House.
We need to develop a smart and successful approach to educating to our children. As an educator at the University of Arizona and Pima Community College and as a workforce development practitioner; I know first hand the value of a well-trained individual in the right job. I will work with all of the educational entities to give parents and children the opportunity to learn and succeed.
Jobs and job creation is the number one issue facing Arizona right now. I have years of experience in successfully creating jobs, helping business expand and in helping people find meaningful work. As the Director of an agency dedicated to helping people with disabilities and Veterans find employment we helped over 700 people find jobs last year. I have spent years in economic development understanding and applying ways to help businesses grow and succeed in Tucson. Everyone should have the opportunity for employment and I will work to make that a reality for you.
I believe we need to focus on solutions, not politics. Working together we can make Tucson the best city in the world. We have the people, the knowledge and the environment to create a truly wonderful place to live. What we lack is leadership. I will work with everyone regardless of party or political persuasion to make our city a place we can be proud to call home. I will fight for your interests in the legislature and continually bring people together to create community solutions.
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Republican freshman Ethan Orr's run for public office came out of a desire to help his fellow Tucsonans—as he did when he created Linkages, a nonprofit that connects people with disabilities to potential employers.
The candidates for Legislative District 9 are happy to share their stories behind their decisions to run for public office. Democratic incumbent Victoria Steele spent...
Thank you to everyone who came to help with our campaign walk last Saturday! This campaign needs the grass roots efforts of our community! If you can walk with us another time, please Sign Up to be a volunteer! http://www.ethanforhouse.com ----> Click on 'Support'!
Here's a look back exactly two years ago with the "Jim Click Racing Team" at Saguaro National Monument. Tucson is blessed with so many great recreational opportunities, scenic rides and beautiful hikes. I love this town!
Thank you to Cox Communications for inviting my wife and I to Primavera Cooks, it was a lot of fun and we were able to help raise money to create training programs to help people who are homeless find employment.
Recieving a Community Service Award from the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) this is truly an honor, thank you.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Each afternoon in September, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, we’re spotlighting three of Arizona’s 90 wilderness areas. For more information about any of the ...
On Friday I had a chance to meet with and speak to the Assisted Living Caregiver Network. I am truly impressed by both the passion and compassion of the caregivers. Thank you for what you do.
Last Wednesday I attended the 150th anniversary of the Arizona Historical Society. It is amazing to see our state's history up-close and read the biographies of the people who made Arizona such a great state.
Hope everyone had a terrific and safe holiday weekend! Now it's back to work!
#TeamEthan will be tailgating before the U of A game this friday and all are invited to join us or stop by for a hamburger and a soda. Just look for the BIG red Ethan Orr bus!
This morning I spoke to the students at Red Rock Elementary School before their student council elections. It was fun to meet so many students who were so eager and excited.
Thank you to everyone who voted in the Primary yesterday and congratulations to all the candidates moving forward to the General in November! Now the real work begins. We have 70 days until Nov. 4th and every day gives us another opportunity to make our case to voters.
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Last week, the House passed the State budget. I want to thank my colleagues for helping me support the U of A, Pima College, the JTED and for adding funding to fix our roads. I also am appreciative to those members on both sides of the aisle who chose to be respectful of each other even though it was such an emotional night. I voted no on the budget, largely because we did not fund child care set asides, which is a highly effective way to help low-income families enter the workforce and also helps prevent some of the stress on our child protective services. I will continue to work to support this program when we vote on the Governors task force recommendations for CPS next month.
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