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Fifty-first Legislature - First Regular Session
  Juan Mendez

Juan Mendez

District 26

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 120
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4124
Fax Number: (602) 417-3017

Personal Information:
Home City: Tempe
Occupation: Manage Community Voice Mail (non-profit)
Member Since: 2013
Juan Mendez is a first generation American and a native Arizonan. Having lived across Maricopa County he attended Tolleson Union High School, received his associate degree from Phoenix College, then graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Justice Studies from ASU.

Juan’s passion for politics and social justice is reflected in his commitment to building strong communities. On the City of Phoenix Human Services Advisory Committee, Juan works with fellow community leaders to recommend improvements to senior and family service centers and programs for the homeless. He also manages the nonprofit Community Voice Mail, where he connects thousands of people living in poverty, transition and homelessness to jobs, housing, information and hope

Juan is not only a lifelong member of the Arizona Democratic Party but has worked for years to contribute to our state and local Democratic Party. He has held various offices and positions as an elected Precinct and State Committee Member, Chair of the Resolutions Committee on the state level, President of the ASU Young Democrats, Treasurer and Secretary at the district level, and as a Field Organizer helping to turn out Democratic voters and elect progressive Democrats.

Elected to the State House of Representatives in 2012, Juan represents district 26 which includes north Tempe, northwest Mesa, and a large portion of the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community.


Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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HB2136 C firefighter and EMT memorial
HB2190 P school pupils; food handlers; identification.
HB2191 P DOE letter; resident pupil enrollment
HB2192 C school board agendas; posting; time
HB2193 C foreclosed properties; homeowners' associations; maintenance
HB2194 C schools; bullying; enforcement
HB2195 C schools; student behavior threat assessments
HB2196 C promotion certificates; 8th grade
HB2197 P Cesar Chavez day; legal holiday
HB2198 C employee tuition expenses; tax credit
HB2199 C oath; school board members
HB2201 P nonprescription contraceptive devices; pharmacies
HB2204 C law enforcement; surviving spouse; insurance
HB2218 C unlawful exposure; sexually transmitted diseases
HB2219 C school pupils; food handlers; identification
HB2220 P driver licenses; authorized presence proof..
HB2221 C ADE; appropriation; geographic literacy
HB2222 C death certificates; fee waiver
HB2223 C firefighters; spouse; insurance payment
HB2224 P child care waiting list; appropriation
HB2225 C ASRS; new members; eighty-five points
HB2257 P Cesar Chavez day; legal holiday.
HB2359 P* student protection; credit card solicitation
HB2360 P* drug possession; medical assistance; probation
HB2361 P* large electronics recycling program.
HB2362 P* affordable housing projects; tax assessment
HB2363 P* homeowners' associations; home gardening
HB2364 P* income based tuition waiver scholarships
HB2365 P* microenterprise development program; establishment
HB2366 P* ballot measures; titles; descriptions; impartial
HB2367 P* ranked choice voting
HB2368 P* election day voter registration
HB2413 C labor organizations; nonunion employees; representation
HB2414 C public employees; collective bargaining
HB2415 C state employees; meet and confer
HB2416 C noncertificated school employees; due process.
HB2417 C labor representative; employee; privilege.
HB2418 C state personnel system; covered employees
HB2484 C veterans; hiring preference; tax credit
HB2546 C insurance; guaranty fund
HB2557 C schools; CPR instruction.
HB2564 C postsecondary institutions; accreditation disclosure
HB2602 P universities; fixed tuition rates.
HB2605 P* energy conservation; public buildings.
HB2606 P* energy conservation; school buildings.
HB2607 P* technical correction; seller; disclosure
HB2620 P appropriation; soft capital
HB2621 P fund; state parks; roads; fee
HB2622 C real estate department; civil penalties
HB2623 C employee paydays; violation
HB2624 P foreclosure mediation program.
HB2625 C driver licenses; legal presence repeal
HB2638 C seat belt law; civil penalty
HB2649 P abortion; permitted practices
HB2650 P schools; prohibited courses; repeal..
HB2661 C uniform transfers to minors; age
HCM2001 P PFC Sylvestre Herrera; military service
HCM2002 C comprehensive immigration reform
HCM2008 C PFC Servin; medal of honor
HCR2007 C support; reasonable immigration reform
HCR2018 P Citizens United decision; repeal
HCR2035 C recognizing Arizona caregivers
HM2001 P reauthorization; violence against women act
HR2001 C recognizing autism organizations
HR2002 P immigration reform; principles.
SB1034 P Phoenix airport; study committee
SCR1020 C Sheriff Larry Dever; death resolution


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