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Arizona State Legislature
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Fifty-second Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Jeff Weninger

Jeff Weninger

Republican
District 17

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 338
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3092
Fax Number: (602) 417-3279

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Chandler
Member Since: 2015
Representative Jeff Weninger is serving his first term for Legislative District 17. His district serves Gilbert, Sun Lakes and a large portion of Chandler, where Jeff resides with his wife, Janet, and their three children; Jacob, Christian and Grace.

Jeff is the co-owner of two local restaurant concepts, Floridino’s Pizza & Pasta in Chandler and Dilly’s Deli with five locations in the East Valley and a kiosk in Sky Harbor Terminal 4. For more than 20 years, Jeff has employed thousands of Arizona citizens and fed millions while contributing hundreds of thousands of dollars into the local economy through sales tax revenue. Jeff and his wife, Janet, both serve the community in philanthropic work with charities for children, veterans and youth in crisis.

Before serving as a State Representative, Jeff served on the Chandler City Council for eight years and held the position of Vice Mayor. He became known as the common sense councilman and created a culture that ultimately changed the way Chandler employees approached spending tax dollars. Chandler’s budget remained one of the strongest in the state during the economic downturn and without cutting needed services.

Jeff served on the following community and government boards:
  • State Precinct Committeeman *
  • Childhelp Advisory Board *
  • The Greater Phoenix Economic Council
  • Chandler Airport Commission
  • Domestic Violence Commission
  • The Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley
  • The Chandler Center for the Arts
  • 1st Vice Chairman Republican LD 20
In the State House of Representatives, Jeff is Vice Chairman of the Banking and Finance Committee, and he serves on the Elections Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. Jeff’s first session helped Arizona entrepreneurs gain the route to needed capital funding with his crowd-funding legislation passing unanimously in both House and Senate. Jeff had a record total of five of his bills primary sponsored bills made into law at the end of the first session.
  • AZ Chamber of Commerce Rookie of the Year *
  • AZ Capital Times Honoree Rising Star*
  • Chandler Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year
  • Precinct Committeeman of the Year
  • Champion of the Taxpayers
Representative Weninger is proud to serve the citizens of Arizona. He has made a commitment to be a leader for small businesses, education dollars in the classrooms and to ensure the safety and protection of every citizen in the great state of Arizona.

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Committee Assignments
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Banking and Financial Services Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here
Elections Member Click Here Click Here
Ways and Means Member Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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Final Vote
 
HB2064 C graduation requirement; civics test
HB2151 P* DOR audits; three-year limit
HB2174 C empowerment scholarship accounts; grandchildren
HB2213 C inspections; audits; notice; rights See Vote
HB2222 P* technical correction; technical registration board
HB2223 P* technical correction; bulk food; applicability
HB2224 P* technical correction; firefighters; military duty
HB2225 P* technical correction; waste; enforcement; venue
HB2226 P* technical correction; budget estimates
HB2322 P* misbranded drugs; counterfeit marks; offense See Vote
HB2323 P* Arizona job finance bonds
  (NOW: industrial development authority; projects
HB2324 P* intergovernmental agreements; public agency indemnification
HB2326 C compact; balanced budget; convention
HB2374 C wrongful death actions; disqualified party
HB2516 P* teachers; abuse prevention; continuing education
HB2517 C internet crimes against children; fund See Vote
HB2526 C governor's regulatory review council; membership See Vote
HB2551 P* state, county employees; precinct committeemen
HB2587 C state agencies; credit cards See Vote
HB2591 P* securities registration; exemption; website operators. See Vote
HB2617 C regulatory relief tax credit
  (NOW: counties; municipalities; budgets
See Vote
HB2658 C federal lands; transfer; study committee See Vote
HB2659 C study committee; unmanned aerial vehicles
HB2661 C multi-county water districts; storage tax
HCM2001 C federal balanced budget amendment
HCM2003 C urging Congress; increase customs personnel
HCM2005 C federal lands; devolution to Arizona
HCR2007 C Fisher Houses; twenty-fifth anniversary
HCR2016 C personal property tax; exemption
HCR2029 C persons with disabilities; employment; support
HCR2034 C financial literacy month
HR2005 P death resolution; Officer Tyler Stewart
SB1030 C microbreweries; multiple licenses; production; sales
SB1267 C schools; exempt fundraisers
SB1282 C teledentistry; dental hygienists; dental assistants
SB1319 C taxation; self-reported errors; injured spouses
SB1450 P securities registration; exemption; website operators
  (NOW: banks; insuring organization
SCM1005 C proposing regulation freedom amendment; Congress
SCR1010 C Senator Chester Crandell; death resolution
SCR1019 C commending Israel
SCR1020 P Mayor John Driggs; death resolution

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