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Join Hugh Hallman in his efforts to support National Kidney Foundation of Arizona!

Hugh Hallman is a candidate for Arizona State Treasurer. He is the immediate past Mayor of Tempe, a position that relied upon his background as a public servant, economist and attorney to shape policies that work for the people of his community.

Hugh is a longtime activist, volunteer and lifelong resident of Arizona, where his family settled in the 1860s. In 2009, he became Headmaster of Tempe Preparatory Academy, one of the State’s best public schools and where his three sons attended. As an economist, Hugh has worked with many of the country’s top economists at Stanford, Harvard, MIT and the University of Chicago in analyzing markets and competition.

As a community volunteer, Hugh has devoted time to local charities such as East Valley Habitat for Humanity, Assistance for Independent Living and Tempe Community Action Agency. He has served on the Tempe Aviation Commission and as a board member on the Airport Noise Abatement Committee. During his time as Mayor, Hugh also organized The Mayor’s Run in conjunction with the P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon. This effort raised more than $1.3 million for local charities.

Hugh is raising money for the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona because he has had many friends who have relied on dialysis and kidney transplants to save their lives and help them remain productive and support themselves and their families. The NKFA has been responsible for significant support to thousands of kidney patients and their families, without which their quality of life would have been significantly diminished.

Hugh and wife Susan have three sons: Louis, Eli and Marcus. They live in the Tempe neighborhood where Hugh was raised.
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