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Fifty-second Legislature - First Regular Session
  Debbie McCune Davis

Debbie McCune Davis

District 30

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 333
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4485
Fax Number: (602) 417-3014

Personal Information:
Home City: Phoenix
Occupation: Program Director of the Arizona Partnership for Immunization
House Member: 1979-1994, 2001-2006, 2011-present
Senate Member: 2007-2010

Debbie McCune Davis was born in Braddock, Pennsylvania; however economic opportunity moved the family to Arizona in 1963. She attended R. E. Simpson in the Alhambra Elementary School District and Orangewood Elementary School in the Washington Elementary School District. During her years at Washington High School she was involved in a variety of activities at both school and church. She became involved in Student Council during her Junior and Senior year, graduating in 1969.

She began her higher education at Glendale Community College and graduated from Arizona State University in 1975 with a degree in Sociology. During this time she married and started a family. In 1978 Debbie was elected to the House of Representatives at the age of 27. She served as Minority Whip from 1982-1994. After an eight year absence from the legislature, she was elected to the House of Representatives in 2002. In year 2006 she was elected to serve in the Senate. In 2010 the voters returned her to the House of Representatives.

Debbie’s key legislative priorities include Education, Health Care, Neighborhood Issues and Consumer Issues. She works closely with neighborhood groups to keep neighborhoods resilient and safe. Ensuring schools and universities have the ability to provide education opportunities for all Arizonans is also important to Debbie.

Today, working as Program Director of The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI) Debbie has been influential in promoting immunization and preventive health services for all Arizonans. She has been on the ground floor of creating a statewide registry for tracking immunizations of children and adults.

Debbie and her husband, Glenn Davis, have a blended family of five children and three grandchildren. They continue to live in Central/West Phoenix.


Committee Assignments
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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
HB2117 C marriage; qualifications
HB2136 P* lobbyists; compensation reporting
HB2137 P* ASRS; employer termination incentive program
HB2231 C STOs; administrative cost allocation
HB2233 C STO scholarships; beneficiary recommendations
HB2234 C STO scholarships; student transfers
HB2235 C STO scholarships; means testing
HB2256 P* department of financial institutions; examinations
HB2257 P* third parties; auto title lenders
HB2258 P* auto title loans; military members
HB2370 C texting while driving; prohibition
HB2374 C wrongful death actions; disqualified party
HB2466 C schools; health information; website posting
HB2469 C nutrition assistance program; farmers' markets
HB2474 C postsecondary institutions; sexual consent policies
HB2487 C community colleges; tuition waivers
HB2517 P internet crimes against children; fund See Vote
HB2520 C appropriation; grants; reading-intensive programs
HB2546 C independent expenditures; corporations; funding disclosures.
HB2547 C campaign finance disclosures; corporations; entities.
HB2548 C foreign nonprofit corporations; foreign LLCs.
HB2549 C independent expenditures; corporations; unions; audit.
HB2553 C human trafficking victim; vacating conviction
  (NOW: sex trafficking victim; vacating conviction
See Vote
HB2585 P* secondary motor vehicle finance transactions
HB2598 C adoption; married couple; preference.
HB2600 C public school tax credit reallocation
HB2606 C medical assistance requests; evidence; mitigation
HB2618 C pet dealers; dogs; prohibitions
HB2624 C critical health information; emergency responders
HB2628 P* collection agencies; unlawful acts
HB2640 C dependency; households; domestic violence
HB2641 P* foster care; tuition waiver
HB2661 C multi-county water districts; storage tax
HCM2003 C urging Congress; increase customs personnel
HCR2010 C marriage; qualifications; referral
HCR2020 C ratification; equal rights amendment
HCR2021 C women's reproductive rights; support
HCR2029 C persons with disabilities; employment; support
HCR2031 P* Citizens United decision; repeal
HCR2039 P death resolution; Bill Badger
HR2005 C death resolution; Officer Tyler Stewart
SB1030 C microbreweries; multiple licenses; production; sales
SCR1010 C Senator Chester Crandell; death resolution
SCR1020 P Mayor John Driggs; death resolution


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