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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-first Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Chad Campbell

Chad Campbell
Minority Leader

Democrat
District 24

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 320
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3026
Fax Number: (602) 417-3037

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Private Consultant
Member Since: 2007
Chad Campbell is a Phoenix native and lifelong Arizona resident. A graduate of Moon Valley High School and Northern Arizona University, Chad is in his third term as a State Representative for District 14, which covers parts of central and west Phoenix.

As a legislator, Chad has been the leading voice in advocating for comprehensive tax reform that would make taxes fairer for individuals and businesses alike, and put Arizona in a much more competitive place moving into the 21st century. He has also led the fight in improving the campaign finance system, working to instill more accountability in private prisons, and cleaning up our neighborhoods by cracking down on graffiti and gang crimes. Chad has received numerous awards for his work with cities and towns, the disability community, and the press for his fight to defend free speech. He has also been recognized for his work on economic development issues, being named one of the “Tech Ten” Legislators of 2008, 2009, and 2010 by the Arizona Technology Council, a Public Policy Champion by the Arizona Realtors Association for 2010, and receiving an Eagle for Enterprise Award from the AZ Small Business Association.

Going into the 2011-2012 session, Chad has been chosen by his colleagues to serve as the House Minority Leader. He is honored by this distinction, and will continue to bring a vision of common sense and pragmatism to the legislative debate in 2011-2012. Chad also serves as the ranking member on the House Appropriations Committee and will serve on the House Rules Committee. In addition to his duties at the legislature, Chad is a private consultant and sits on the Phoenix Environmental Quality Commission.

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HB2083 P* RBHA; treatment outcomes; measurement tools
HB2084 P* civil actions; limitations; sexual offenses
HB2085 P* gang; immigration intelligence; mission; funding
HB2086 P* parking meters; operational check
HB2126 P* private prisons; regulation
HB2127 P* private prison security officers; certification
HB2128 P* adult incarceration contracts; cost comparison
HB2129 P* private prisons; prisoner transfer; prohibition
HB2130 P* private prisons; prisoners; facility; limits
HB2131 P* private prison study committee
HB2132 P* auditor general; private prison monitoring
HB2133 P* private prison contractors; public records
HB2136 P firefighter and EMT memorial
HB2159 P* government procurement; American products
HB2160 P* election reform study committee
HB2161 P* license fee; service dogs; waiver
HB2162 P* vulnerable adult; abuse; damages
HB2254 P* declaratory proceedings; website reporting
HB2255 P* Arizona commerce authority; oversight
HB2256 P* disclosures; lobbyist; gifts; public officers
HB2257 P Cesar Chavez day; legal holiday.
HB2260 C certified public accountants See Vote
HB2374 P* school safety program; funding; expansion
HB2375 P* behavioral health services; appropriation
HB2376 P* mandatory mental health evaluation; admission
HB2377 P* prohibited possessor; voluntary commitment; restoration
HB2378 P* destruction; forfeited or unclaimed firearms.
HB2379 P* prohibited possessor; order of protection
HB2380 P* concealed carry; permit requirements; offense
HB2381 P* firearms; sales; transfers; background checks
HB2382 P* STO tax credits; repeal
HB2456 C revenue allocation districts
HB2484 P veterans; hiring preference; tax credit
HB2507 C emergency contraception.
HB2522 P native American tribes; TPT revenues
HB2523 P state transportation board; tribal representation
HB2539 C education; academic skills
HB2561 P* graffiti implements; unlawful acts; minors
HB2564 C postsecondary institutions; accreditation disclosure
HB2602 P* universities; fixed tuition rates.
HB2603 P* procurement; Arizona bidder; preference
HB2604 P* transportation for inpatient evaluations
HB2627 P* independent expenditures; contributions; corporations; unions
HB2637 C pilot; structured English immersion exemption
HB2638 P seat belt law; civil penalty
HB2639 P labor; rest periods; meal breaks
HB2640 C paid sick and safe time
HB2641 C ABOR; officers; technical correction
HB2642 P call center relocation; notice; penalty
HB2649 C abortion; permitted practices
HB2650 C schools; prohibited courses; repeal..
HCM2004 P veterans' home; tribal lands
HCR2006 P* property valuation freeze; disabled person
HCR2018 P Citizens United decision; repeal
HCR2024 P* tax deductions; exemptions; credits; repeal
HCR2034 C Arizona territory; 150th anniversary
HCR2035 P recognizing Arizona caregivers
HCR2036 P Boy Scouts of America
HM2001 P* reauthorization; violence against women act
SB1057 P AHCCCS; ambulance services; rates
SB1218 P text messaging while driving; prohibition
SB1268 P class G licensees; communication devices
SB1270 P class G driver licenses; new drivers
SB1294 C grand jury; length of term
SB1340 C municipal fire districts
SB1351 P destination management company; exemption; refund
SB1384 C taxis; prearranged ground transportation service
SB1435 P TPT exemptions; modular data center
  (NOW: modular data center; TPT exemptions
SB1443 P marijuana; postsecondary education; medical research
SCR1020 P Sheriff Larry Dever; death resolution

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