Hannah Toth graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. in Sports Business and Business Law . Toth was a Learning Specialist for FieldXperience, creating online soft-skills courses for college students . She owns Athlete’s Story, an event planning business for which she is a member of the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce. Toth also works as an executive assistant for the Conservative grassroots PAC. She was an intern for the Trump 2020 campaign in Arizona and later became a Precinct Committeewoman .
Toth believes that business owners are not listened to enough, and she does not support the sign ordinance in Fountain Hills, as she says it places a burden on small business owners. She also states that the banning of A-frames on the premise of distracting drivers is unreasonable and harms small businesses. She wants to focus on increasing the town’s revenue as much of the town budget is dependent on its sales tax . She also wants to increase marketing for Fountain Hills’ community events to increase tax revenue .
Toth supports development that attracts families with reasonably priced, single-family homes to revive the school system. However, she is against development if it conflicts with the preservation of Fountain Hills’s character, such as some big developments .
Toth supports prioritizing fixing the potholes located on the roads of Fountain Hills, before moving on to other projects such as the widening of Shea Boulevard. She states that this is part of an issue of a lack of proper prioritizing of items in the town budget .
Toth believes that the town’s biggest issue is the backlog of approximately $60 million worth of road maintenance . She wants to focus on increasing the town’s revenue as much of the town budget is dependent on its sales tax . She also wants to increase marketing for Fountain Hills’ community events to increase tax revenue .
Toth is against lockdowns and mask/vaccine mandates .
Toth is in favor of classifying social media giants as public utilities in order to keep them from banning users .
- David Spelich, Councilman
- Gerry Friedel, Councilman
- No endorsements found.