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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session

Travis W. Grantham

District 12

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 119
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4868
Fax Number: (602)


Personal Information:
Home City: Gilbert
Occupation: Business Owner
Member Since: 2017

Travis was born and raised in Scottsdale, AZ. A third generation Arizonan, Travis has always had a strong sense of service to his state and country. Travis attended Arizona State University and it was during this time that he enlisted in the United States Air Force / Arizona Air National Guard's 161st Air Refueling Wing which was founded by Barry Goldwater in 1946. Growing up, Travis learned the value of a hard day's work whether on his family’s cattle ranch or helping out wherever he could in the family aviation business.
Travis completed basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX and was ultimately trained and served as an aircraft maintenance technician on the KC-135E Stratotanker achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant. Upon graduation from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness, Travis was selected for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training at Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio, TX. Following Officer Training School and after being commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, Travis attended the 1 year course and earned his wings in August of 2003. Travis currently holds the rank of Major and is serving as an Aircraft Commander and Instructor Pilot in the Arizona Air National Guard with over 3000 hours in the KC135E/R.
As a part time traditional guardsman or "citizen soldier", Travis has deployed to numerous forward operating locations throughout the world in support of the ongoing war on terror. He has also flown over 50 combat missions and has flown in support of numerous homeland defense and humanitarian relief missions.
Utilizing the skills he learned growing up in Arizona and through his experiences in the military, Travis joined International Air Response Inc. (IAR) in 2003 as the Vice President in charge of Operations and decided to purchase the company with his brother in 2009. International Air Response has grown into the world’s largest provider of specialized aerial services with its fleet of 5 Lockheed C-130’s and a newly formed FAA PART 145 maintenance, repair and overhaul facility. Travis currently serves as the Chief Operations Officer at IAR's headquarters located at the Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, AZ. Travis's unique background relating to aviation, world events, and sound conservative business policy contribute greatly to IAR's dynamic customer base and ongoing growth and success.
In May of 2016, Travis announced his candidacy for the Arizona House of Representatives in Arizona’s 12th legislative district which encompasses Gilbert and Queen Creek Arizona. After winning the August primary, he was elected to the 53rd legislature on November 8, 2016.
“I look forward to bringing my generation’s perspective to the State Capital and beyond. We need more Veterans, more business owners and more Americans who understand how precious our freedoms and liberties are serving in this vital capacity. I will be a voice of freedom and reason for my constituents and will fight for what is right under the constitution much like I have in the skies over the battlefield.”
Travis and his wife Patricia reside in Gilbert, AZ with their two daughters Katelyn and Kristyn.


Committee Assignments
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Land, Agriculture and Rural Affairs Member Click Here Click Here
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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
HB2088 C incorporation; urbanized areas
HB2226 C compact; balanced budget; convention
HB2238 C sex trafficking; violation
  (NOW: child sex trafficking; violations
See Vote
HB2246 P* Arizona lengthy trial fund; continuation.
HB2247 P* school bus drivers; fingerprint cards See Vote
HB2251 C ADOT; Meridian road extension
HB2252 C rural school employees; tuition waiver
HB2253 C state veterinarian; animal identification; appropriation
HB2311 C ASU; consolidation of budget units See Vote
HB2324 P* VLT; registration; exemptions; purple heart
HB2378 C dispensing opticians; repeal of regulation
HB2409 C injunction against harassment; petition; hearing
HB2458 C employee donations; school districts
HB2461 C toll roads; conversion; prohibition.
HB2476 C trauma-informed care training
HB2477 C civil forfeiture; report information; remedies See Vote
HB2480 P* schools; funding sources; bonds; overrides
HB2481 P* schools; menu of academic standards
HB2501 C community colleges; workforce development
HB2504 C public accommodation; disability; discrimination; sanctions
HB2510 C schools; immunization records; retention
HB2525 P* prohibition; photo radar
HB2526 P* property tax; reducing limited valuation
HB2528 C index exemptions; unused tax credits See Vote
HCM2001 C urging Congress; ninth circuit; division
HCR2010 C application; Article V convention
HCR2013 C convention; balanced federal budget
HCR2021 C suicide prevention month
HCR2025 P* hidden heroes day; military caregivers
HCR2031 C death resolution; Sharon Giese
HJR2002 C lower Colorado basin; forbearance authority.
HJR2003 C Colorado River allocation; management.
HR2003 C Arizona aerospace day
SB1072 C administrative decisions; scope of review
SB1130 C hairstylist licenses; cosmetology
SB1350 C terrorist threats; false reports; terrorism
SB1367 C abortion; live delivery; report; definition
SB1439 C end-of-life; discrimination; prohibition
SCM1007 C American-Islamic Council; suspending contact
SCR1006 C death resolution; M. Lee Allison
SCR1007 C death resolution; John Hays
SCR1008 C death resolution; Rick Lavis
SCR1034 C death resolution; Eleanor Ann Day


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