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Arizona State Legislature
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Forty-seventh Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Jake Flake

Jake Flake
President Pro Tempore

Republican
District 5

Senate
1700 W. Washington
Room 307
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-5219
Fax Number: (602) 417-3223

 

Personal Information:

Home City:Snowflake
Occupation:
Cattle Rancher
Member Since:
1997

Franklin ‘Jake’ Flake

Franklin “Jake” Flake is a native Arizonan, who was born and raised in Snowflake, Arizona—named after his great grandfather who founded the town. The fourth of eight children, Jake learned the value of teamwork earlier in life than most. His childhood chores on the family ranch taught him that true success comes through hard work and self-sufficiency.

After graduating from Arizona State University’s first class in 1960, Jake continued working on his father’s ranch in Snowflake, eventually purchasing the operation with three of his brothers. Together, they expanded it into one of the most successful cattle operations in the Southwest United States—owning or leasing ranches and marketing bulls and heifers throughout the Southwest and Mexico.

As the great grandson of a pioneer and civic leader, Jake has always felt a duty to give back to his community. In addition to his eight years as a State Representative, Mr. Flake has served as a board member and president of two school boards, an irrigation district, a hospital operating board, and a farm credit council’s board of directors. He has spent eighteen years on the Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America, served on the Arizona Rural Health Association Board, the Blue Ridge Natural Resources Working Group, the Arizona 4H Foundation, and the Snowflake Heritage Council. He was appointed by Governor Hull to the Growing Smarter Commission and the Governor’s Water Management Commission.

In spite of his considerable professional accomplishments and record of public service, Jake still considers his family to be his proudest achievement. He and his wife of over forty-five years, Mary Louise, have thirteen children and forty-five grandchildren. A strong conservative, Jake knows that Arizona’s future lies in the strength of its families, not the size of its government.

Jake Flake looks forward to continuing his service to Arizona as a Senator from District 5.

 

 

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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
 
HB2205 C sanitary districts; recyclable waste collection
HB2206 C health care facilities; prisoners
HB2221 C human cloning; public funding; prohibition
HB2230 P accidents; injured animals; leaving scene
HB2254 C MVD records; peace officer photographs
HB2364 C county development rights; transfer See Vote
HB2380 C air fund; CNG school buses
HB2585 C military sales tax exemption
HB2613 P forest health amendments.
HB2631 P state trust land reform.
HB2643 C lower Colorado river multispecies conservation
HB2718 C education; omnibus
  (NOW: English language learners
HB2724 C public records recovery
HB2728 P Arizona water settlements act
HCM2003 C end abusive railroad practices.
  (NOW: rail rates; Surface Transportation Board
HCM2005 P marriage; constitutional amendment
HCR2041 P Ronald Reagan; death resolution
HCR2044 P state trust land reform.
HCR2047 P honoring contributions of agriculture
HCR2063 C Honorable James Sedillo
HR2002 C Lalo Guerrero death resolution
HR2005 C death resolution; Jake Teague
SB1035 P Rosenbaum archives building; appropriation
SB1036 P medical malpractice procedural reforms See Vote
SB1049 C bad checks; classification
SB1052 P protection of unborn children
  (NOW: unborn children; protection
See Vote
SB1066 C ASDB; students FIRST funding
SB1067 P* appropriation; Zuni tribe water settlement
SB1068 C school district redistricting; commission; approval See Vote
SB1070 P* citrus, fruit and vegetable; council
SB1081 C marriage penalty elimination; tax credits
SB1091 P* department of agriculture; technical correction
SB1143 P competency evaluation examinations; costs
  (NOW: identity theft
SB1144 P services to indigent defendants; fees
SB1184 P* game and fish; technical correction
SB1185 C use tax percentage based reporting See Vote
SB1190 P* exempt wells See Vote
SB1191 P* rural hospitals; appropriation; fund.
SB1201 C municipal tax incentives; prohibition; penalty
  (NOW: fireworks; definitions
See Vote
SB1217 C criminal restoration to competency
SB1221 P* active management areas; technical correction
SB1231 P* fire districts; annexation
  (NOW: state land transfer; game and fish
SB1234 P* uniform commercial code; amendments
SB1235 P* CAGRD omnibus; water See Vote
SB1251 P elder provider liability reform See Vote
SB1265 C Arizona silver haired legislature
SB1270 C school pupils; personal information; disclosure See Vote
SB1282 P agriculture department; 2005 omnibus act See Vote
SB1318 P* flood control omnibus
  (NOW: omnibus; flood control
See Vote
SB1333 P animal and ecological terrorism.
  (NOW: ecological and animal terrorism
SB1334 C hydrologic studies; Benson subwatershed; appropriation
SB1336 P* rural water legislative study committee See Vote
SB1337 P forest health amendments
SB1359 C statewide retiree health insurance program
SB1360 C retiree health insurance committee; recommendation
SB1362 C game licenses; voter registration link
SB1363 C bar licenses; firearms; posted notice See Vote
SB1392 P* municipal planning; aggregate mining
SB1393 P* aggregate mined land reclamation act See Vote
SB1420 C uninsured drivers; penalties; vehicle impoundment
SB1455 P* agency inspection report; deficiency correction
  (NOW: DEQ; continuation
See Vote
SB1456 P* well drillers; continuing education
SB1457 P* WIFA; emergency assistance
SB1458 P* WIFA; primacy designation
SB1459 P* appropriation; river reservoir
SB1460 P* domestic water improvement districts; merger
SB1461 P* voluntary environmental performance program
SB1477 C local planning; residences; fee prohibition See Vote
SB1483 C tax credits; water conservation systems
SB1500 P* state trust land reform
SB1501 P* intergovernmental agreements; separate legal entities
SB1505 C community facilities districts; technical correction
  (NOW: community facilities districts; specific benefit
See Vote
SB1508 C commercial property tax relief
SCM1001 C United Nations; federal legislation
SCM1002 P* endangered species act; urging reform
SCM1003 P* end abusive railroad practices
  (NOW: Social Security; reform
See Vote
SCR1008 P auditor general; reappointment
SCR1019 C fiscal emergency fund
SCR1020 C budget stabilization act
SCR1021 P* state trust lands; technical correction
SCR1024 C honoring Arizona's teachers
SCR1026 C repeal clean elections..
SCR1031 C opposing the patriot act
SCR1035 C medical malpractice; punitive damages; limits
SCR1038 C justices and judges; senate confirmation
SCR1039 P* state trust land reform
SR1001 C death resolution; Pope John Paul II

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