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Arizona State Legislature
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Forty-ninth Legislature - First Regular Session
  Jerry Weiers

Jerry Weiers

District 12

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 131
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5894
Fax Number: (602) 417-3012


Personal Information:

Home City: Glendale
Member Since:

Pronounced (WIRES)

Representative Jerry Weiers is a State Representative from Arizona representing Arizona’s finest District, district 12.  He was first elected in 2004.  He, along with his brother, Jim Weiers, became the first brothers in Arizona history to serve in the House of Representatives at the same time.


He is chairmen of the AZ House of Representatives Military Affairs and Public Safety Committee, as well as a member of the National Conference of State Legislatures Military Sustainability Taskforce.  He also serves as a board member for the Phoenix Air National Guard Patriots (PANG Patriots). 


Helping Veteran’s and military personnel has been a priority to him since first elected in 2004. Currently, he, is working on a project with Military and Law Enforcement Agencies to help Veterans reintegrate to society after returning from active duty tours.  Another project he is working on is a Life Line system for Veterans providing them with contact information for organizations that specifically help them.


He is an avid outdoorsman and is the President of Arizona Legislators for Wildlife, and a Four year member of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses.  He is also a life member of the Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society, a life member of the Arizona Elk Society and a life member of the Arizona Antelope Foundation.


He has been married 27 years.  He and his wife Sandy have one daughter. He has lived in Phoenix since 1966. He has also lived briefly in Alaska, spent two years in New Mexico and was partners in the ownership of three restaurants in Texas. He returned to Phoenix in 1988 and founded Weiers Trailer Sales, which manufactures and sells utility-style trailers to clients statewide. He is an accomplished pilot with nearly 20 years of experience. He owns a small business pulling banners behind his plane at events around the valley. He is also a National Bank of Arizona Not for Profit Advisory Board member. He is a motorcycle enthusiast, who rides a Harley Davidson Ultra Classic and is a member of the El Zaribah Shriners Motorcycle Unit.  He performs in parades across the state.


Committee Assignments
Military Affairs and Public Safety Chairman Click Here Click Here
Natural Resources and Rural Affairs Member Click Here Click Here
Water and Energy Member Click Here Click Here



Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
HB2073 C state equalization property tax repeal..
HB2102 P financial institution records; disclosure; notice
HB2127 P* legislators; voting required; salary loss
HB2128 P* off-highway vehicles; technical correction
HB2129 P* state aviation fund; grants
HB2130 P* campaign finance reports; penalty
HB2131 P* photo enforcement warning signs
HB2132 P* scrap metal dealers; electronic submission
HB2133 P* motorcycle safety council
HB2134 P* prison contraband; wireless communication device
HB2135 P* state contracts; participation goal; veterans
HB2136 P* state fire safety committee; membership
HB2137 P* school bus inspections; rules
HB2140 P homicide victims memorial
HB2142 C county water authority; Colorado river
HB2157 C wildlife; aquatic invasive species See Vote
HB2232 P* wildlife conservation special plates
HB2233 P* special organization plates; personalization
HB2234 P* one-time trailer registration; VLT
  (NOW: trailer registration; VLT
HB2235 P* game and fish commissioners; appointment
HB2236 C county offices; business periods
  (NOW: county operation; management
See Vote
HB2238 P AHCCCS; DES; fraud reduction
HB2274 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; limitation
HB2380 P* eligible persons; personal information; internet
HB2381 C health insurance; utilization review; definition
  (NOW: health insurance; coverage determination
HB2382 C traffic violations; fees; court retention
HB2400 C partial-birth abortions; definition
HB2418 C concealed weapons; federal firearms licensee
HB2426 C enhanced driver licenses; prohibition
HB2429 C Arizona masonic fraternity special plates
HB2448 P* national guard; morale, welfare fund
HB2449 P* mandatory fingerprinting; central state repository
  (NOW: fingerprinting; arrest; procedures
HB2450 P* honorary diplomas; war veterans
HB2451 P* used catalytic converters; sales prohibited
HB2465 P* scrap metal; theft; dealers See Vote
HB2466 C school districts; maximum tax rate
HB2486 C health insurance; purchase outside state
  (NOW: commercial mortgage broker license
HB2514 C amateur radio; structures; accommodation
HB2554 C abortion; nurses; prohibition
HB2564 C abortion
HB2610 C civil liability; affirmative defenses
HB2611 C motion picture tax incentives
HB2626 C political signs; public right-of-way
HB2627 C voter identification; military identification
  (NOW: voter identification; valid forms
See Vote
HB2628 C parents' rights; education; health; discipline
HB2629 C license plate obstruction; wheelchair holders
  (NOW: license plates; disabled
HCM2009 C opposing federal firearms legislation
HCR2024 C sovereignty; tenth amendment.
HCR2036 P supporting the citizens of Iran
HR2001 P David Hurt; death resolution
SB1138 C partial-birth abortions; definition.
SB1142 P public expenditure transparency database
SB1178 P homeland security councils; coordinating; advisory


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