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  Lujan, David
<-  2011-10-01  
NameDavid Lujan
Address216 West Turney Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85013, United States
Website [Link]
Born April 07, 1965 (51 years)
Last ModifedThomas Walker
Feb 21, 2013 07:15pm
Info David Lujan is an Arizona native. Born in Phoenix, he graduated from Washington High School and Arizona State University.

In 2004, David was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives representing District 15 which covers most of the central Phoenix area. David is the Ranking Democrat on the House K-12 Education Committee and is a member of the House Appropriations Committee.

David is also a current member of the Phoenix Union High School District Governing Board, a position he was elected to in 2002. As a school board member, David has worked to increase parental and community involvement in our schools. For example, David successfully led efforts to start alumni associations at each of the district’s schools. These alumni associations are now supporting their respective schools through scholarships, mentoring programs and demonstrating to students what they can achieve if they work hard and set goals.

David is an attorney. He has worked for the federal government (the National Labor Relations Board) prosecuting unfair labor practices committed against labor unions and their members. As an Assistant Attorney General, he was the legal counsel to the Arizona School Facilities Board and he successfully represented the State of Arizona in school funding lawsuits. David also gained significant legislative experience prior to being elected to the House of Representatives, as a non-partisan lawyer for the State Senate Judiciary Committee where he worked with Democrats and Republicans on all legislation dealing with prisons, the criminal code, election law and the courts.

David is also a volunteer big brother with Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters and is an attorney coach for the Central High School mock trial team.

During his free time, David enjoys attending Suns and Diamondback games and hiking Arizona.



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Thu Sep 15 03:59:06 +0000 2016 - Lawmakers: It's not the time for more tax cuts when we have 5 year olds riding unsafe school buses #AZGov #AZLeg https://t.co/QNU8TAsvwx

Wed Sep 14 04:41:47 +0000 2016 - RT @SenQuezada29: .@PESD92 has lost approximately $18M from state budget cuts to school facilities board. #BondPresentation https://t.co/1…

Tue Sep 13 16:26:27 +0000 2016 - AZ should learn from KS: We cannot keep draining revenue through tax cuts and be able to properly fund K-12. #AZGov https://t.co/fKqpyihuYC

Fri Sep 09 18:09:58 +0000 2016 - 1st step in properly funding AZ Schools is to stop draining state revenues through tax cuts/credits. https://t.co/XRv0N9veTA #AZGov

Wed Sep 07 23:50:33 +0000 2016 - AZ has teacher shortage crisis. Over 2K vacancies this year. We need the next steps for funding AZ schools. #AZGov https://t.co/6Ba8S0TRjh

Sat Aug 20 04:57:41 +0000 2016 - Great to see @ASU_SportsLaw grad @MikeBerco pursuing his NFL dream. Smartest rookie QB in the NFL. #ForksUp https://t.co/zLOn8389il

Fri Aug 19 19:01:41 +0000 2016 - It's tail-wagging joy because our ASU season tickets have arrived! Go Devils! #MySunDevilTix https://t.co/g18prD5qw7

Thu Aug 18 23:26:16 +0000 2016 - AZ still #1 in largest cuts to higher ed. Making college affordable is important step to stronger economy. https://t.co/IhohApKmsY #azgov

Thu Aug 18 02:55:02 +0000 2016 - 51% of all AZ children live in low-income families. AZ still has a lot of work to create better economic conditions. https://t.co/VVurZK4PFz

Wed Aug 10 18:09:14 +0000 2016 - Stumped on Which Questions to Ask Candidates About Support for Education? https://t.co/pEZiH2mmSb via @sharethis

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