- NameMarcia Busching
- Party Affiliationdemocrat
Office: Arizona Corporation Commission
Employer and Position: Arbitrator and mediator; self-employed
Education: BBA, MBA, and JD--University of Wisconsin-Madison
Political Experience: AZ State Liquor Board, AZ Citizens Clean Elections Commission, various City boards and commissions.
Top priority: Make the Commission more business and consumer friendly, and achieve consensus while permitting fair and reasonable rates.
How would you use your position as an elected official to help businesses create jobs in Southern Arizona?
a) to make the formation of businesses more user friendly by allowing electronic or email formation of businesses in addition to fax, mail, and in person,
b) to promote increased solar and other renewable energy so that jobs are created, and
c) to make the Arizona Corporation Commission and its activities more transparent so that potential businesses can easily know the utilities in a given area, their applicable rate structures, and costs.
Should the qualifications for Medicaid or AHCCCS be broadened to make more people eligible? N/A
If you were in a position to vote on SB1070, would you have voted for or against it? N/A
In a world of finite resources, what if anything would you be willing to cut to better fund education? N/A
Should local government fight to keep the Rosemont Copper Mine out or encourage the company to stay? N/A
What is the most important issue in your race?
The Corporation Commission needs to be more ‘user friendly’, whether in business formation, transparency, or providing informative resources for both businesses and consumers. In addition, the Corporation Commission needs to attract new business to the State by establishing a forward looking energy policy, while maintaining our wonderful Arizona environment.
|Race||District||Election Year||Election Level||Election Type||Win|
|Corporation Commission Democratic primary||2012||State||Primary|