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Arizona State Legislature
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Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Ted Vogt

Ted Vogt

Republican
District 30

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 307
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3235
Fax Number: (602) 417-3030

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Tucson
Occupation: Attorney
Member Since: 2010
State Representative Ted Vogt is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force, serving this country for six years as an intelligence officer.  After the attacks of September 11, 2001, he served in Afghanistan in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, and throughout the greater Middle East in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.  Because of his outstanding performance, Ted was hand-picked to serve as the daily intelligence briefer for both the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff of the Air Force.  Leaving active duty in 2006, Ted returned home to Tucson and entered law school at the University of Arizona. 

While in law school, Ted remained heavily involved in Homeland and National Security matters.  During the summer of 2008, Ted worked on Homeland Security issues at the White House.  In 2009, Ted clerked for Senator Jon Kyl on the Senate Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security in Washington, D.C., as well as for the Criminal Division within the United States Attorney’s Office in Tucson.

Ted is active in the Arizona Republican Party.  He is a precinct committeeman and served as Legislative District 30 GOP Chairman prior to his appointment to the Arizona House of Representatives to fill the term of Frank Antenori who was appointed to the Arizona State Senate.

Prior to entering the Air Force in 2000, Ted spent time in the private sector as an investment banker and later as an advertising executive.  Ted earned a B.A. from Yale University in 1995 and his J.D. from the University of Arizona Law School in 2010.

On November 2, 2010, the voters of Legislative District 30 elected Ted to a full term in the Arizona House of Representatives.  In the 50th Legislature, Ted will serve as the Ethics Committee Chairman; Vice Chairman of Ways and Means Committee; and as a member of both the Judiciary Committee, as well as the Higher Education, Innovation & Reform Committee.

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Committee Assignments
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Ways and Means Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here

 

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Sponsored Bills
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HB2081 P* technical correction; double punishment
HB2082 P* technical correction; civil rights; restoration
HB2083 P* technical correction; rule making; notice
HB2084 P* technical correction; delegation agreements; emergency
HB2085 P* election dates; technical correction
HB2086 P* elections; special districts; technical correction
HB2087 P* technical correction; common school districts
HB2088 P* technical correction; night schools
HB2101 P protest activity; prohibition
HB2137 C dogs; cats; sterilization See Vote
HB2363 P financial institution records; disclosure; notice
HB2384 C abortion; public funding prohibition; taxes
HB2402 P* guardians of incapacitated persons
HB2403 P* trusts and estates See Vote
HB2404 P* criminal restitution order; absconders
  (NOW: criminal restitution; victim notification
See Vote
HB2405 P* human smuggling organization; offense; penalty
HB2406 P* crimes; forensic interviews; mandatory fine
HB2407 P* victim notification
HB2408 P* outpatient treatment; agency notification
HB2409 P* attorney fees; recovery; civil actions
HB2410 P* honorably discharged veterans; in-state tuition
HB2416 C abortion
HB2421 C school districts; budgets; financial reports See Vote
HB2422 C local government budgeting; posting; publication
HB2424 P probate; wards; rights See Vote
HB2468 P cosmetologist licenses; board powers; duties
HB2469 P board of cosmetology; fees
HB2470 P liquefied petroleum gas; emergencies; liability
HB2471 P federal mandates; proof of constitutionality
HB2473 P state contracts; participation goals; veterans
HB2474 P alternative work hours; DPS employees See Vote
HB2475 P state capitol restoration; recapture districts
HB2478 C counties; health care services; payments
HB2480 P officeholder expense accounts; late fees
HB2481 C primary election date
HB2482 P sexually violent offenses; plea agreement
HB2483 P legislature; vacancies; precinct committeemen; supervisors
HB2484 P legislative vacancies; precinct committeemen See Vote
HB2485 C government land; replacing private land
  (NOW: liquefied petroleum gas; emergency aid
HB2486 C community supervision; parole; officers; ratios
HB2487 C burial duties; prisoners; DOC
HB2501 P* rules; laws; ordinances; interpretation
HB2548 C medical helicopters; nontrauma patients; guidelines See Vote
HB2549 C state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2556 C health savings accounts; tax incentives See Vote
HB2559 P reporting violent behavior; government entities
HB2565 C postsecondary education; students' rights See Vote
HB2586 P military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2587 P high schools; military recruiting; form See Vote
HB2588 P name change records; stalking victims
HB2593 C water salinity study committee
HB2611 C tax audits; statute of limitations
HB2612 C urban trust land; sale
HB2614 C firearms omnibus.
HB2615 C public benefits; eligibility; time limit
HB2619 C fund transfer; Arizona historical society
  (NOW: unemployment; special assessment
See Vote
HB2631 C tax; aircraft; foreign governments
HB2636 C flat income tax
HB2638 C administrative actions; appeal to court
HB2646 P JTEDs; adult students
HB2651 C AHCCCS; veterans
HB2657 C partisan elections; schools; cities; towns
HB2658 C domestic violence review teams
HB2661 C landlord tenant; deposits; new owner
HB2664 C Arizona sentencing commission
HB2673 C special sentencing; peace officer impersonation
HB2684 C child prostitution; sentencing
HB2707 C general fund revenue limit See Vote
HB2713 P EORP; defined contribution retirement system
HCM2002 C remove gray wolf; endangered species
HCM2003 C daily commuter program
HCR2006 P personal property tax exemption amount
HCR2015 C constitutional convention; federal debt
HCR2032 P paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement
HCR2034 C recognizing pregnancy care centers
HCR2036 C legislative referenda; primary election
HCR2037 C tax increases; ballots; vote requirement
HCR2047 P property tax exemption; disabled veterans.
HCR2048 C Lieutenant Governor; agencies; joint candidacy
HCR2049 C Lieutenant Governor; joint candidacy.
HCR2050 C IBM; one hundredth anniversary
HCR2051 P Arizona; centennial song
HM2001 C F-35 program; support funding
HR2002 C Mexico-U.S. commission; eradicate foot-and-mouth disease
HR2007 P Warrene Ware; service
SB1160 C city sales tax; residential rental
SB1171 P cities; acquisition of wastewater utility
SB1246 C abortion.
SB1247 C sexually violent persons; hearings
SB1295 C provisional community colleges; levy limit
SB1296 C provisional community colleges; tuition
SB1297 C provisional community colleges; expenditure limit
SB1314 C county island fire districts; meetings
SB1323 C municipal elections; recount threshold
SB1324 C vehicle emissions testing; older vehicles
SB1326 P homeowners' associations; flagpoles
  (NOW: flag display; homeowners' associations
SB1336 C community property exclusion; military retainers
SB1339 C administrative rules; repeal; legislative action
SB1351 P uninsured vehicles; collision damages; impoundment
SB1356 P evading arrest or detention; crime See Vote
SB1357 P AHCCCS; missed appointments; provider remedy
SB1358 C medical marijuana; residency; location; requirements
SB1361 P fire districts; joint powers authority
SB1362 P flood control structures
  (NOW: structures; flood control districts
SB1363 C employer protections; labor relations
SB1365 P paycheck deductions; political purposes
SB1366 C medical malpractice; liability waivers
SB1368 P human smuggling organization; offense; penalty.
  (NOW: probation officers; disciplinary actions
SB1403 C certificates; line siting committee.
  (NOW: mandatory project labor agreements; prohibition
SB1404 C Arizona grain research trust fund
SB1502 C fire districts; merger; consolidation
SB1525 P city; town; development fees
SB1527 P health care; disclosures; information
SB1610 C state firearm
SCR1028 P paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement.
SCR1030 P state trust lands; veterans cemeteries
SCR1031 P property tax exemption; disabled veterans
SCR1059 P supporting Wisconsin governor; legislature
SCR1061 C Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 P Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

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