By Jordan Rogers | Glendale Star
In response to requests by multiple Glendale residents, Paul Boyer will run for mayor in 2024.
Boyer filed his paperwork with the city clerk on Feb. 7 and will appear on the primary election ballot on Aug. 6, 2024, opposite current Mayor Jerry Weiers.
“After serving in the Arizona Legislature for 10 years, I decided to take a sabbath from politics,” Boyer said. “Since then, I’ve had more residents that I can count approach me about running for mayor of Glendale. After talking to my wife and family, we decided to jump into the race.
“I’ve been going on a listening tour to hear from as many Glendale residents as possible to find out what’s most important to them and how a future city council can put Glendale first. The mayor is merely one of seven votes on the council, and Glendale residents, city employees and first responders should always come first.”