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Forty-ninth Legislature - First Regular Session
  Adam Driggs

Adam Driggs

District 11

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 222
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3016
Fax Number: (602) 417-3007


Personal Information:

Home City: Phoenix
Member Since: 2007

Representative Adam Driggs serves as the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the Arizona House of Representatives. He is also a member of the House Government Committee.


Professionally, Driggs' background is in law and business. He served as a prosecutor for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office from 1995 to 1997. As a private attorney, Driggs has successfully litigated several complex and high profile cases, both locally and internationally. His primary areas of expertise are federal immigration law, criminal law, and international sports law. Driggs also started a successful small business in Phoenix in 1997, where he continues to serve as a director.


Driggs is a Phoenix native and fourth-generation Arizonan. Driggs attended schools in the Madison and Scottsdale School Districts and graduated from Arcadia High School. He later earned a bachelor degree from Brigham Young University and then graduated from the Arizona State University College of Law in 1993. His father, John Driggs, served two terms as Phoenix Mayor in the early 70’s.


In his free time, Driggs enjoys climbing Camelback Mountain and spending time with his family and two dogs in the White Mountains. Driggs married the former Leonore Mortensen in 1998 and they have four children, Emily, J.R., Charlie and Walter.


Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
HB2073 P state equalization property tax repeal..
HB2125 C permissible raffles; clubs
HB2138 C graffiti implements; unlawful possession; minors
HB2140 C homicide victims memorial
HB2148 C human trafficking; violation
HB2150 C animals; fighting.
HB2246 C university funding equalization plans
HB2274 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; limitation
HB2279 C state debt; expenditures; report
  (NOW: state debt and expenditures; analysis
HB2280 C state budget; revenues; expenditures; report
  (NOW: illegal aliens; trespassing; enforcement
See Vote
HB2282 C equine tripping; violation
HB2310 P* subdivision public reports
HB2311 P* car rental surcharge; exception
HB2312 P* small special districts; financial review
HB2313 P* process servers; criminal liability
  (NOW: process servers; rights
HB2314 P* property valuation; telecommunications companies
HB2315 P* criminal sentencing See Vote
HB2316 P* sentencing; second degree murder
  (NOW: sentencing; drugs; second degree murder
HB2317 P* fiduciaries
HB2318 P* capital cases; aggravating factors
  (NOW: mortgage bankers; loan originators; fees
HB2319 P* homicide; special sentencing provisions
HB2320 P* competency; duration of order
HB2321 P* restitution; economic loss definition
HB2322 P* writs of execution; notice; service
HB2333 C Arizona trust code
HB2334 C uniform principal and income act See Vote
HB2355 C income tax subtraction; volunteer service
HB2360 C general obligation bond requirements
HB2400 C partial-birth abortions; definition
HB2418 C concealed weapons; federal firearms licensee
HB2431 C vicious animal assault; classification
HB2432 C school board membership; family members
HB2457 C university athletic facilities district
HB2461 C developmental disabilities; program plans; burial See Vote
HB2478 C victim's rights; statement of rights
HB2513 P reverse mortgages
HB2520 C salvia divinorum; unlawful acts
HB2530 P reckless driving; prior convictions
HB2531 C dangerous and incompetent defendants; commitment
HB2532 C prohibited possessors; persistently, acutely disabled See Vote
HB2551 P criminal damage; classification
HB2565 P* perinatal mood disorder; educational information
HB2566 P* nuclear security guards; weapons; ranges
HB2567 P* felony convictions; mandatory fine
HB2568 P* unlawful use of building; marijuana
HB2569 P* smuggling; use of weapon; classification
HB2610 C civil liability; affirmative defenses
HB2616 C living wills; health care directives
  (NOW: health care directives; guardian decision
HB2624 C initiative reform; statutory measures
HB2632 C unemployment insurance; benefits
HCM2004 C secret ballots; protecting fundamental right See Vote
HCM2009 C opposing federal firearms legislation
HCR2015 C leased educational property; property tax
HCR2016 P* retirement age; justices and judges
HCR2017 C property tax valuation limits
HCR2022 P school district expenditures; authorization..
HCR2024 C sovereignty; tenth amendment.
HCR2033 C initiative and referendum reform
HCR2035 P T. Dennis Barney; death resolution
HCR2036 C supporting the citizens of Iran
HR2001 P David Hurt; death resolution
SB1138 C partial-birth abortions; definition.
SB1142 P public expenditure transparency database
SB1312 P perinatal mood disorder study committee
SB1323 C emergency mutual aid agreements
SB1327 P tobacco sales; self-service displays
SB1344 C elections; photo identification; address
SB1403 C renewable, high-wage industries incentives
SCR1026 C secret ballot; fundamental right
SCR1029 P perinatal mood disorders


P* = Prime Prime Sponsor, P = Prime Sponsor, C = Co-Sponsor