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  AZ State House
INCUMBENT
  PartyRepublican
Name Republican Party Control
Won11/06/2018
Votes31 (51.67%)
Margin2 (+3.33%)
Term01/14/2019 - 01/11/2021
Leadership
 House Speaker   
 House Speaker Pro Tempore   
 Majority Leader   
 Majority Whip   
 Minority Leader   
 Minority Leader Assistant   
 Minority Whip   
State House
  AZ State House 01   Steve Pierce 0 19 +100.00%
  Noel Campbell 2 19 +0.00%
  AZ State House 02   Daniel Hernandez, Jr. 2 18 +0.13%
  Rosanna Gabaldon 1 18 +8.55%
  AZ State House 03   Alma Hernandez 1 18 +4.15%
  Andres Cano 0 18 +42.19%
  AZ State House 04   Charlene Fernandez 2 18 +13.14%
  Geraldine Peten 0 18 +35.76%
  AZ State House 05   Regina Cobb 1 18 +7.32%
  Leo Biasiucci 0 18 +37.48%
  AZ State House 06   Walter "Walt" Blackman 1 18 +0.52%
  Bob Thorpe 2 18 +3.90%
  AZ State House 07   Myron Tsosie 1 18 +9.41%
  Arlando Teller 0 18 +31.83%
  AZ State House 08   David Cook 2 18 +0.28%
  Thomas "T. J." Shope 0 18 +8.86%
  AZ State House 09   Randy Friese 2 18 +0.54%
  Pamela Powers Hannley 0 18 +35.68%
  AZ State House 10   Kirsten Engel 1 18 +4.66%
  Domingo DeGrazia 0 18 +25.15%
  AZ State House 11   Bret Roberts 1 18 +0.07%
  Mark Finchem 2 18 +6.55%
  AZ State House 12   Warren Petersen 2 18 +0.09%
  Travis Grantham 0 18 +10.91%
  AZ State House 13   Tim Dunn 1 18 +2.39%
  Joanne Osborne 0 18 +36.81%
  AZ State House 14   Gail Griffin 2 18 +0.45%
  Becky Nutt 0 18 +15.10%
  AZ State House 15   Nancy Barto 3 18 +1.15%
  John M. Allen 1 18 +6.78%
  AZ State House 16   Kelly Townsend 2 18 +2.62%
  John M. Fillmore 0 18 +24.66%
  AZ State House 17   Jennifer Pawlik 1 18 +0.26%
  Jeff Weninger 2 18 +34.00%
  AZ State House 18   Denise "Mitzi" Epstein 2 18 +1.46%
  Jennifer Jermaine 0 18 +5.71%
  AZ State House 19   Diego Espinoza 2 18 +6.25%
  Lorenzo Sierra 0 18 +46.88%
  AZ State House 20   Anthony Kern 1 18 +0.31%
  Shawnna Bolick 0 18 +2.29%
  AZ State House 21   Kevin Payne 2 18 +1.57%
  Tony Rivero 0 18 +5.51%
  AZ State House 22   Ben Toma 1 18 +0.28%
  Frank Carroll 0 18 +13.01%
  AZ State House 23   John Kavanagh 3 18 +3.32%
  Jay Lawrence 0 18 +33.24%
  AZ State House 24   Jennifer Longdon 1 18 +1.17%
  Amish Shah 0 18 +39.84%
  AZ State House 25   Michelle Udall 2 18 +3.83%
  Russell "Rusty" Bowers 0 18 +36.02%
  AZ State House 26   Athena Salman 2 18 +2.02%
  Isela Blanc 0 18 +37.76%
  AZ State House 27   Diego Rodriguez 1 18 +5.27%
  Reginald Bolding 0 18 +47.32%
  AZ State House 28   Kelli Butler 2 18 +2.79%
  Aaron Lieberman 0 18 +1.82%
  AZ State House 29   Cesar Chavez 2 18 +10.20%
  Richard C. Andrade 1 18 +44.90%
  AZ State House 30  Raquel Teran 1 18 +1.96%
  Robert Meza 2 18 +37.38%
Summation
 PartySeatsVotesSeat %Vote %
 Republican3195200351%61%
 Democratic2960711448%38%


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Last ModifiedRBH April 16, 2020 12:59am
Description AZ legislators take office on the second Monday of January following a general election.

Term Limits: Four consecutive two-year terms. No limit on total number of terms. Enacted in 1992, took effect in 2000.

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AZ State House Districts 2013-2023 Jan 14, 2013-Jan 15, 2023



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Nov 03, 2020 09:00pm AZ State House  Jan 11, 2021 12:00pm

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May 04, 2012 12:15am Rule Change [AZ] State lawmakers look to ease oversight on private prisons  Article RP 
Apr 21, 2010 08:00pm Proposed Legislation Ariz House: Check Obama's Citizenship  Article The Sunset Provision 
May 07, 2007 12:00pm News Democrats feud as 3 vote for GOP budget in [AZ] House  Article RP 
Mar 02, 2004 12:00am News [AZ] New legislative maps drawn up  Article ScottĀ³ 

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