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Arizona State Legislature
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Forty-ninth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Lynne Pancrazi

Lynne Pancrazi

Democrat
District 24

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 324
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3004
Fax Number: (602) 417-3179

 

Personal Information:

Home City: Yuma
Member Since: 2007

As a native of Yuma County, Rep. Margaret “Lynne” Pancrazi is honored to represent District 24 at the Arizona House of Representatives.


Rep. Pancrazi is a long-standing, dedicated participant of the Yuma community. For 28 years she served as a teacher, instructor and athletic coach in the Yuma Elementary School District Number One. She retired and then returned because the district lacked teachers. Now as a state legislator, Rep. Pancrazi will serve as a substitute teacher as time allows. She wants to dedicate her time to the constituents of District 24.


She is the former president of the Yuma Elementary Education Association and is a member of the National Education Association. In addition to teaching Yuma’s youngsters, she also has been a licensed realtor for 21 years. Rep. Pancrazi is a member of the Yuma Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.


Rep. Pancrazi has enjoyed serving as a lifeguard, swim instructor and pool manager at YPG and Kennedy Pools. She also likes coaching soccer and softball youth leagues for Yuma Parks and Recreation Department.


Rep. Pancrazi received a master’s in elementary education from Northern Arizona University and a bachelor’s in physical education from Point Loma Nazarene College in San Diego. She is proud to have attended Arizona Western College, Kofa High School, Woodard Junior High School and Palmcroft Elementary School, all located in Yuma.


She decided to serve in the Arizona Legislature because of her concern about the quality of education in Arizona. She advocates for a safe and secure border, managed growth and adequate infrastructure throughout the state.

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Committee Assignments
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Public Employees, Retirement and Entitlement Reform Member Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
 
HB2150 C animals; fighting.
HB2157 P wildlife; aquatic invasive species See Vote
HB2178 P equine rescue registry
HB2230 P voter registration; permanent early voting
HB2247 P home sales; water supply disclosure
HB2250 P public trust lands; use permit
HB2252 C international ports development
  (NOW: international transportation and port infrastructure
HB2253 P publication of notices; websites
  (NOW: public legal notices; committee
HB2254 P state transportation board membership
HB2255 P fertilizer fund; pesticide fund; uses
HB2256 P border regional port authority
HB2282 P equine tripping; violation
HB2293 P teacher loan program; geographic shortages
HB2300 P centennial scholars program
HB2344 P vulnerable adults; financial exploitation See Vote
HB2345 P hospice service agencies; screening requirements
HB2349 P agricultural composting definition
HB2350 P wildfire protection; fuel; private property
HB2353 P cities; water softeners; salts
HB2432 C school board membership; family members
HB2440 P drought emergency groundwater transfers
HB2453 P law enforcement merit system; membership
HB2460 P mental health services; court costs
HB2469 C aggressive dogs; muzzles
HB2473 P tax credits; deductions; exemptions; sunset
HB2480 P regional transportation authorities; qualifying counties.
HB2481 P joint legislative committee; transportation; Mexico
HB2482 P civil air patrol; federal monies
HB2495 P in-state tuition; veterans
HB2504 P* school districts; state mandates; funding
HB2505 P* cities and towns; state mandates
HB2506 P* CORP; chaplains; membership
HB2507 P* enhanced driver licenses; border travel
HB2508 P* central state repository; crime information
HB2521 P university tuition; fund sweeps; prohibition
HB2523 C schools; noncertificated business managers
HB2526 P veterans' organizations; solicitations
HB2529 P energy policy study committee
HB2539 P off-highway vehicles; minors; restrictions
HB2580 C community college board; vacancy; appointment
HB2581 P library districts; county reimbursement
HB2582 C franchise agreements; right to renew
HB2600 C assessment ratio freeze; class one
HB2601 P foreclosures; limitation; affidavit
HB2609 C in-home personal care services agencies
HB2632 C unemployment insurance; benefits
HCM2005 P purple heart; Vietnam veterans
HCM2009 C opposing federal firearms legislation
HCR2006 P legislative districts; single member
HCR2018 P day against sexual harassment
HCR2024 P sovereignty; tenth amendment.
HCR2036 P supporting the citizens of Iran
HR2001 C David Hurt; death resolution
SB1143 P enhanced driver licenses; border travel.
SB1144 P incompetent persons; prosecuting agency; notification
SB1328 P fees; veterinarian board
SB1329 P central state repository; crime information.
SB1330 C special health care districts; terms
SB1412 C real estate transfers; disclosures
SB1413 P foreclosure sales; notice to tenants
SB1414 C theft; catalytic converter
SB1415 C liquor; restaurant licenses; insurance report
SB1416 P regional transportation authorities; qualifying counties
SB1425 P equine dentistry
SCM1001 C equine resources; opposing federal legislation

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