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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-second Legislature - First Regular Session
  David W. Stevens

David W. Stevens

District 14

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 205
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4321
Fax Number: (602) 417-3146

Personal Information:
Home City: Sierra Vista
Occupation: Information Technology
Member Since: 2009
David W. Stevens was first elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2009. He resides in Sierra Vista in Legislative District 14, which was created after redistricting in 2012. Prior to redistricting Stevens represented District 25.

Stevens grew up in a small town in Illinois. After seeing a computer during a school field trip, he decided that he wanted to work in the computer field. He joined the U.S. Army at the age of 17 where is served and received career training in computers. He served 10 years in the U.S. Army, which included serving with the Illinois National Guard and the Arizona National Guard.

Stevens holds a B.S. in Computer Information Systems and has worked in the IT field since 1979.

Stevens first came to Arizona in 1981 when he was stationed at Fort Huachuca. He has lived in Sierra Vista since 1987. He and his wife, Cindy, have been married for 28 years, and they have a son and a daughter. Stevens has been involved in the Boy Scouts of America for over 25 years, and has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Stevensí son is also an Eagle Scout.

In 2001 Stevens became a firefighter with Fry Fire having earned the Firefighter I/II certification. In 2008 Stevens again served the nation as he went to Kuwait to provide Internet Security.

Stevens is currently serving as the Chairman of the standing committee on Technology and Infrastructure. He is Co-Chairman of the Joint Border Security Advisory Committee, appointed by the governor. He is also a member of committees on High Education and Workforce Development, Information Technology Advisory Committee, and Private Properties Committee.

District 14 includes Cochise County, Greenlee County, Graham County, excluding the tribal reservation, and the Eastside of Pima County - Rosemont area, Corona, Vail, Rita Ranch, and the surrounding mountains of East Tucson.  


Committee Assignments
Appropriations Member Click Here Click Here
Rules Chairman Click Here Click Here
Transportation and Infrastructure Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here



Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
HB2064 P graduation requirement; civics test
HB2400 P* technical correction; regents; land funds
  (NOW: business licensing; electronic database
HB2401 P* technical correction; liquor licenses fund
HB2402 P* technical correction; boating rules
HB2403 P* technical correction; overtaking bicycles
HB2404 P* special masters; technical correction
HB2405 P* technical correction; prisoner education; budget
HB2406 P* fire district assistance tax; override
HB2407 P* referendum and recall provisions See Vote
HB2408 P* towing contracts; DPS
HB2409 P* early, all-mail ballots; mailing period
HB2410 P* municipalities; traffic citation quota; prohibition See Vote
HB2411 P* defensive driving schools; eligibility
HB2412 P* renewable energy credit; refundable; cap
HB2413 P* internet representations; civil damages
HB2414 P* community college tuition financing districts See Vote
HB2415 P* sanitary districts; bids; contractor
  (NOW: campaign finance; contribution limitations
See Vote
HB2416 P* annual report; licensee; filing extension
  (NOW: DPS; towing contracts; surveys
See Vote
HB2417 P* annual pesticide report; submission date
  (NOW: health care providers; direct payments
See Vote
HB2418 P* shelter programs; report; submission date
HB2419 P* commission fees; payment method
  (NOW: prohibited transaction fees; municipalities
HB2420 P* competitive government program; report
HB2421 P* academic performance report; online
  (NOW: limited service pharmacies; dispensing
See Vote
HB2523 P towed vehicles; local authority
HB2524 P* firefighters; professional golf; special plates
HB2588 P* certificates of necessity; political subdivisions
HB2589 P* campaign finance; electronic filing system
HB2603 P personal injury action; asbestos; requirements
HB2647 P* information technology; title 18
HB2662 P* speed restrictions; penalties
HB2670 P international operations centers
HCM2003 C urging Congress; increase customs personnel
HCR2033 P Cochise college; fiftieth anniversary.
HCR2039 P death resolution; Bill Badger
HR2003 P Arizona business operators; recognition
HR2005 P death resolution; Officer Tyler Stewart
SB1071 P tax lien deeds; aggregate fees
SB1078 P office of pest management
SB1079 P solid waste collection; multifamily housing
SB1192 P community college tuition financing districts.
SB1298 P rules; counties; flood control districts
SB1332 P empowerment scholarship accounts; reservation residences
SCR1010 P Senator Chester Crandell; death resolution
SCR1019 P commending Israel
SCR1020 P Mayor John Driggs; death resolution


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