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Former Phoenix Councilman Tom Simplot takes job with Trump arts appointee

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Tom Simplot

By Dustin Gardner | The Republic

After apparently ghosting on his campaign for Phoenix mayor, former City Councilman Tom Simplot has landed a Beltway job working under an appointee in the Trump administration.

Simplot has started a new gig as senior adviser to Mary Anne Carter, senior deputy chairwoman at the National Endowment for the Arts, according to the organization’s website. He started this month.

In non-bureaucratic speak, Simplot works for one of President Donald Trump’s liaisons to the arts endowment. Carter is a well-known GOP operative and Trump ally.

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