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Fifty-third Legislature - First Regular Session
  Tony Navarrete

Tony Navarrete

District 30

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 329
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4864
Fax Number: (602)

Personal Information:
Home City:
Occupation: Deputy Director of Promise Arizona
Member Since: 2017
Otoniel “Tony” Navarrete was born and raised in Arizona to immigrant parents. He currently serves as the Deputy Director of Promise Arizona, a nonprofit community-based organization, where he works to advance policies that strengthen families and increase civic participation.

Tony was raised in West Phoenix in a home built by his late grandfather. He attended the Isaac School District, graduated from Carl Hayden Community High School, and later earned an undergraduate degree in Urban and Metropolitan Studies from Arizona State University.

At an early age, Tony was inspired to think about and promote social justice, including breaking the cycles of poverty through community development at the nonprofit Neighborhood Ministries. Following years of community involvement and working closely with formally adjudicated young adults, he moved to New York to work on housing and jobs issues, an experience he brought back home to Arizona after learning mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Today, she remains in remission.

Since returning to Arizona, Tony has committed himself to working with leaders throughout the state to become more engaged in the process of public policy decision making, while actively fighting to advance comprehensive immigration reform.

Tony was elected in 2016 to serve Arizona’s 30th District as State Representative in the 53rd Legislature. This is his first term in office. He has pledged to champion issues on education, jobs development, and criminal justice reforms.

In his free time, Tony enjoys spending time with his family and childhood friends.


Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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HB2071 C workforce training; unemployed workers
HB2082 C schools; daily recess time
HB2083 C schools; overrides; ballot language
HB2099 C ADOT licenses; authorized presence repeal
HB2147 C experienced teacher retention pilot program
HB2148 C public safety; violence prevention; committee
HB2150 C firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HB2172 C medical assistance requests; evidence; mitigation
HB2184 C at-risk youth; career, college readiness
HB2223 C child care waiting list; appropriation
HB2265 C clean power; state plan; standards
HB2266 C cash assistance; lifetime limit
HB2268 C sexual assault evidence; submission; reports
HB2277 C national popular vote; interstate agreement
HB2278 C motor vehicle title loans; prohibition
HB2292 P* voting rights; restoration; felonies.
HB2312 P* criminal history; hiring practices; limitation
HB2323 C critical health information; emergency responders
HB2327 C repeal; right to work.
HB2328 C corporate income tax rate; freeze
HB2347 C employment omnibus
HB2364 C employment; housing; public accommodations; antidiscrimination.
HB2383 C state finance review; task force.
HB2391 C appropriation; JTEDs; 9th grade
HB2393 C noncertificated school employees; due process
HB2414 C wage disclosure; employee rights
HB2420 C diaper changing stations; public restrooms
HB2424 C mitigation monies; school bus fleets
HB2425 C appropriation; highway user revenue fund
HB2426 C community health workers; voluntary certification.
HB2427 C misconduct involving weapons; firearm storage
HB2428 P* prisoners; earned release credits
HB2429 P* abortion; admitting privileges; repeal
HB2439 C home health aides; qualifications
HB2442 C AHCCCS; dental care; pregnant women
HB2446 C contracting; investments; prohibition; border wall
HB2455 C appropriation; untested sexual assault kits
HB2456 C presidential candidates, electors; tax returns.
HB2474 C veterans; mental health courts; establishment
HB2478 C TPT; Indian tribes; motor vehicles
HB2479 C AHCCCS; waivers; tribal exemptions
HB2487 C lottery distributions; teacher salary increases
HB2489 C online impersonation; offense
HB2490 C liquor licenses; municipalities; disapproval
HB2500 C release conditions; pretrial release program
HB2502 P* joint select commission on corrections.
HB2503 P* criminal justice commission; membership; report.
HB2505 C appropriation; adult protective services
HB2519 C appropriation; child care subsidy program
HB2531 C clean elections; county candidates
HB2532 C state-owned bank task force
HCM2004 C urging Congress; affordable care act
HCR2009 C firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HCR2012 C ratification; equal rights amendment
HCR2015 C right to work; repeal.
HCR2016 C care enough; get in way
HCR2021 C suicide prevention month
HCR2024 C Latina-owned businesses; support
HR2003 C Arizona aerospace day
SB1469 C lottery game; schools; capital assistance
SB1472 C memorial; veteran diversity
SB1473 C consular identification cards; prohibition; repeal
SCR1006 C death resolution; M. Lee Allison
SCR1007 C death resolution; John Hays
SCR1008 C death resolution; Rick Lavis
SCR1029 C Oscar de los Santos; recognition
SCR1034 C death resolution; Eleanor Ann Day


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