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Arizona Candidate for US Senate Wil Cardon is a fifth]generation Arizonan who is dedicated to improving our state. As abusiness owner, Wil knows what it is like to deal with oppressive regulations and anexcessive tax burden. That is why he is a strong advocate for common sense, market driven reforms to shrink the size of our federal government and to help it operate more efficiently.
As our next U.S. Senator, Wil attended Mountain View High School in Mesa where he was successful, both as a
student, and as an all]state wide receiver on the football team. He was recruited by and attended Brigham Young University, later transferring to and graduating from Stanford
University. While they had the opportunity to stay in California, Wil's MBA is from Harvard Business School. After graduation, Wil returned to Arizona and took over the
family business, The Cardon Group, which was originally founded in 1934 by Wilfs grandfather, Wilford Pratt Cardon, 
For the last 15 years, Wil Cardon has been diversifying the business, creating jobs,investing in products and properties, and helping start]up companies succeed. This realworld experience is why Wil Cardon is the candidate who best understands what businesses need to create jobs and what it will take to get the U.S. economy growing again.In addition to running a successful business, Wil and his family have been dedicated to improving our community. Wil is involved with numerous charitable organizationsincluding the Banner Health Foundation in Phoenix. With the Cardonfs help, Banner Health
was able to expand their Childrenfs Hospital to provide 248 pediatric beds and six operating rooms. In appreciation for their generosity, Banner Health recently renamed the
hospital The Cardon Childrenfs Medical Center.

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