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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
  Vic Williams

Vic Williams

District 26

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 110
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5839
Fax Number: (602) 417-3026

Personal Information:
Home City: Northwest Pima County
Occupation: Small Business Owner/Real Estate
Member Since: 2008
A member of the Arizona House of Representatives, Vic Williams was born and raised in Whittier, Calif. At age 17, he dropped out of high school to work in his family’s motorcycle business. By his early 20s, Vic decided to chart his own course and returned to school, gaining his GED and attending Rio Hondo Community College in Whittier while supporting himself working graveyard shifts unloading trucks in the Los Angeles produce market. When Vic was 25, he started his career in the materials-handling industry as an account manager for Crown Lift Trucks, a manufacturer and supplier of warehouse equipment in downtown Los Angeles. Two years later, Vic started his first firm, Racksource, a warehousing equipment company. From modest beginnings and an initial $40,000 investment, Racksource grew into an industry leader and innovator in warehouse equipment sales that employed as many as 100 workers in the field throughout the western United States.

In building Racksource, Rep. Williams first realized the importance of becoming politically active. In getting a conditional-use permit for his business, Vic learned how the heavy hand of government bureaucracy can interfere with private property rights and impose unreasonable demands on entrepreneurial endeavors. It was a process that shaped Vic’s views on the need for limited government and the proper roles of the public and private sectors in our society. After getting his business off the ground, Vic began investing in real estate, particularly in multi-family housing holdings. His property investments have also proven lucrative. After achieving some success financially, Rep. Williams began giving back to his community by becoming active – as a volunteer and through monetary and in-kind donations – to his Rotary Club, Habitat for Humanity, Boys and Girls Clubs and the American Red Cross in his home town of Whittier, California. Representative Williams’ commitment to public service continues to this day.

In 2002, Rep. Williams found himself at a crossroads in life. His then one year-old son, Trevor, was being raised in Tucson, Arizona. By May of 2003, Vic sold his company, Racksource, and moved to Arizona so he could part of his son’s everyday life. He is a caring and loving father who is devoted to his son. Vic is committed to ensuring that Trevor receives a quality education. Often you will find Rep. Williams volunteering in his son’s classroom and Vic knows that education starts in the home.

Shortly after arriving in Pima County, Rep. Williams became active in the community with his work through the Marana Care Fair, the Northwest YMCA and his neighborhood homeowners’ association. In 2004, he began volunteer work for the Pima County Republican Party, serving as chairman of an effort to get out the vote in 2005, as treasurer of the county GOP in 2006 and vice-chairman of Legislative District 26 GOP. In 2008, Vic ran for and was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives from Northwest Pima County. He was re-elected in 2010. Rep. Williams serves as chairman of the House Transportation Committee and sits on the Appropriations and Banking and Insurance committees.

Fulfilling his campaign promises, Vic has worked tirelessly as a state lawmaker to balance the state budget in a fiscally-responsible manner, to pass state-developed illegal immigration laws and protect essential public services, such as K-12 education and the University of Arizona.

“Restoring our economy, both locally and nationally, cannot be done by government, but can only be accomplished through private-sector economic growth,” said Rep. Williams. “That’s why I have been committed throughout my political career to conservative, pro-business policies and the principles of limited government.”

Vic knows his community and the people in it. He has knocked on more than 12,500 doors and engaged in over 4,000 doorstep, kitchen and living room conversations with the voters of LD26 since first running for office in 2008. Representative Williams attends hundreds of public events each year throughout Marana, Oro Valley, Saddlebrooke, Flowing Wells, the Catalina Foothills, Casa Adobes, Tucson and Pima County. Vic takes the time to listen to the voters of his district and understands the issues that are facing his community.

Rep. Vic Williams serves the communities of Marana, Oro Valley, Saddlebrooke, Flowing Wells, the Catalina Foothills, Casa Adobes, unincorporated N/W Pima County and Tucson. You can contact Representative Williams at or 602-926-5839.


Committee Assignments
Appropriations Member Click Here Click Here
Banking and Insurance Member Click Here Click Here
Transportation Chairman Click Here Click Here



Sponsored Bills
Bill NumberSort By Bill Number
Sponsor TypeSort By Sponsor Type
Short TitleSort By Short Title
Final Vote
HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2209 P* safety standards; light rail systems
HB2449 P* mandatory vehicle insurance; technical correction
HB2450 P* state highways; technical correction
  (NOW: escort vehicle operation; exemption
HB2451 P* technical correction; abandoned vehicles; monies
HB2452 P* technical correction; certificate of title
  (NOW: child restraint systems
HB2453 P* technical correction; fines; disbursement
HB2454 P* technical correction; public roadways
  (NOW: tax deed land sales
HB2455 P* technical correction; off-premises vehicle sales
HB2456 P* property tax appeals; new owners
HB2457 P* groundwater savings facilities; landscape use
HB2458 P* county infill, renewable energy districts
HB2459 P* don't tread on me plates
HB2460 P* postsecondary education; veterans; database
HB2461 P* JLBC; annual report; rollovers
HB2462 P* JLBC; annual report; debt
HB2463 P* JLBC; annual report; sale-leaseback
HB2464 P* cities; towns; strip annexation prohibited
HB2465 P* annexation; county owned park
HB2466 P* cities and towns; annexation
HB2467 P* cities and towns; extension
HB2523 P* motor vehicle accidents; violations
  (NOW: violations; motor vehicles; license suspensions
See Vote
HB2535 P* supplemental notice of valuation; appeal
HB2536 P* dog tracks; live racing exception
  (NOW: dog tracks; minimum posted races
HB2549 P state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2555 P regulation of taxis; limitations
HB2556 P health savings accounts; tax incentives See Vote
HB2559 P reporting violent behavior; government entities
HB2574 P ASRS; return to work prohibited
HB2575 P vehicle; sale; disclosure of lien
HB2587 P high schools; military recruiting; form See Vote
HB2588 P name change records; stalking victims
HB2619 P fund transfer; Arizona historical society
  (NOW: unemployment; special assessment
See Vote
HB2624 P* public benefits; reporting fraud
HB2625 P* technical correction; open pit mining
HB2636 P flat income tax
HB2656 P women veteran special plate
HB2659 P* rental motor vehicles; surcharge
HB2673 P special sentencing; peace officer impersonation
HB2707 P general fund revenue limit See Vote
HB2708 P homeowner's rebate; primary residence
HB2713 P* EORP; defined contribution retirement system
HB2714 P* regional planning agencies; membership
HCM2002 P remove gray wolf; endangered species
HCM2003 P daily commuter program
HCR2015 P constitutional convention; federal debt
HCR2026 P* judges; merit selection; population
HCR2032 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement
HCR2034 P recognizing pregnancy care centers
HCR2050 P IBM; one hundredth anniversary
HM2001 P F-35 program; support funding
HR2007 P Warrene Ware; service
SB1171 P cities; acquisition of wastewater utility
SB1194 P structural pest management; regulation
SB1527 P health care; disclosures; information
SB1598 P cities; counties; regulatory review
SCR1028 P paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement.
SCR1059 P supporting Wisconsin governor; legislature
SCR1061 P Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution


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