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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Chad Campbell

Chad Campbell
Minority Leader

Democrat
District 14

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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HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2107 P* state custodial and janitorial services
HB2108 P* development fees; codes; moratorium; repeal
HB2142 P* homeowners' associations; registration; disclosure
HB2143 P* homeowners' associations; solar screens
HB2167 P definition of dangerous drugs; synthetic
HB2261 P private property trespass towers
HB2262 P clean elections; assets; other purchases
HB2286 C clean elections; trigger reports; repeal.
HB2295 P net-metering; renewable energy sources
HB2298 P* auditor general; private prison monitoring
HB2299 P* private prisons; regulation.
HB2300 P* private prison contractors; public records
HB2383 P mortgage loan servicers; duties; obligations
HB2415 C schools; bullying policies
HB2441 P homeowners' associations; declaration amendments
HB2546 C technical correction; bonds; tax considerations
HB2547 C special masters; technical correction
HB2549 C state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2551 P taxation; presumption regarding internet sales
HB2564 P sales tax; pipes and valves
HB2566 C native American tribes; revenue sharing
HB2567 C state transportation board; tribal representation
HB2568 C shared revenue; Navajo technical college
HB2569 C prioritize repairs; state highways
HB2580 C schools; anti-bullying; electronic media
HB2585 C controlled substances; marijuana; monitoring
HB2586 C military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2589 P* legislative hearings; private prison escape
HB2590 P* prisons; security monitoring systems; notification
HB2594 C family leave insurance
HB2596 P* personal property tax exemption
HB2597 P* corporate income tax; repeal credits
HB2604 P AHCCCS; services; restoration.
HB2605 P accounting tax credit; repeal.
HB2606 P AHCCCS; nonexperimental transplants; funding
HB2607 P transplant services; AHCCCS.
HB2626 C trustee's sale; postponement; notice
HB2630 P schools; prohibited courses; repeal
HB2651 P AHCCCS; veterans
HB2653 P* graffiti implements; unlawful possession; minors
HB2654 P* STO tax credits; repeal
HB2655 P* gang; immigration intelligence; mission; funding
HCR2007 P* development fees; authority
HCR2016 P* legislative ballot referrals; two-thirds vote
HCR2035 P* personal property tax; repeal
HM2001 C F-35 program; support funding
HR2004 P honoring John Waddell
HR2005 P Roosevelt Dam; centennial
HR2007 P Warrene Ware; service
SB1194 C structural pest management; regulation
SB1276 C boxing commission; continuation
SB1521 C schools; head injury policies; athletics
SB1552 C corporate tax allocation; sales factor
SCR1061 P Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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