top border
border border
line
Arizona State Legislature
Capitol Roof picture
Fiftieth Legislature - First Regular Session
 
 
  Michelle Ugenti

Michelle Ugenti

Republican
District 8

House of Representatives
1700 W. Washington
Room 335
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-4480
Fax Number: (602) 417-3155

 
Personal Information:
Home City: Scottsdale
Occupation: Realtor
Member Since: 2011
As a native Arizonan, I have a lot of pride in our beautiful state. I have lived here my entire life, and I graduated from Arizona State University in 2003 with a degree in Business Administration. While I was a student at ASU I played on the rugby team. After college I worked as a successful commercial real estate agent for Marcus & Millichap and then Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. Through my work, I was able to hone my skills in complex financial contracts and I worked with numerous principles on their real estate portfolios. I was proud to be known as a tough and non-compromising negotiator while still being highly committed to the needs of my clients.

I married my wonderful husband Frank in 2005 and we have three beautiful children, Isabella, Luca and Noelle. Frank works full time as a manager of a multi-state appraisal division for a major bank. When I am not working at the capitol I am spending time with my family. I love to be with my children and consider raising them to be one of the most important and rewarding jobs in the world. I also enjoy reading, gardening, and cooking.

Someone once asked what motivates me. I replied that more than anything, I feel a profound sense of responsibility to get up and participate in my community, especially when I am not satisfied with the current state of affairs. As a precinct committeeman for the Republican party, I work at the grass roots level of the political system doing everything I can to help our community.

I pride myself in sticking up for others and as a mother of three young children I am passionate about making sure the quality of life for future generations will be as positive and outstanding as possible.

Compelled to do everything in my power to defend our liberties, promote individualism, encourage entrepreneurship, and strengthen the private sector, I stand committed to these important qualities that have helped shape Arizona as a state, and America as a nation.

Basically, I feel that if you don’t get up and do something to change your life and the world in which you live for the better, at the end of the day you have only yourself to blame if things are not the way you want them to be. I look forward to helping make our beautiful state of Arizona an even better place in which to live and raise our families.

top

Committee Assignments
Committee
Position
Minutes
Agendas
 
Appropriations Member Click Here Click Here
Government Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here
Sub Appropriations on Debt Vice-Chairman Click Here Click Here
Sub Appropriations on Multi-Year Budgeting Chairman Click Here Click Here

 

top

Sponsored Bills
Bill NumberSort By Bill Number
Sponsor TypeSort By Sponsor Type
Short TitleSort By Short Title
Final Vote
 
HB2076 C department of agriculture; continuation
HB2101 C protest activity; prohibition
HB2132 P* technical correction; bingo license; transfer
HB2133 P* bank deposits; technical correction
HB2134 P* technical correction; liquor ordinances; prohibition
HB2153 C municipalities; counties; fire sprinklers; code
HB2288 C airports; private contractors; security screening
HB2363 C financial institution records; disclosure; notice
HB2384 C abortion; public funding prohibition; taxes
HB2392 C firearms; federal law; school perimeters
HB2416 C abortion
HB2549 C state nickname; grand canyon state
HB2552 C agricultural property tax classification; equine.
HB2555 C regulation of taxis; limitations
HB2558 C landlord tenant; utilities; security deposit
  (NOW: rental property; restrictions prohibited
HB2561 P Arizona citizenship.
HB2562 P interstate compact; birth certificates
HB2586 C military members; consumer reporting agencies
HB2609 C homeowners' associations; signs; political; leasing See Vote
HB2615 C public benefits; eligibility; time limit
HB2636 C flat income tax
HB2638 C administrative actions; appeal to court
HB2644 P* federal monies; union preference; prohibition
HB2645 P* forfeited weapons; disposition
  (NOW: firearms; rights restoration; peace officers
See Vote
HB2660 P* salvia; prohibition
HB2672 C state employees; activity based compensation
HB2673 P special sentencing; peace officer impersonation
HB2677 P* international money wire transfer assessment
HB2707 C general fund revenue limit See Vote
HB2708 C homeowner's rebate; primary residence
HB2709 C study committee; CTE reform
HB2710 C study committee; outcome-based funding
HB2713 C EORP; defined contribution retirement system
HB2722 C pay statements; required information
HCM2002 C remove gray wolf; endangered species
HCR2015 C constitutional convention; federal debt
HCR2032 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement
HCR2034 C recognizing pregnancy care centers
HCR2036 P legislative referenda; primary election
HCR2037 C tax increases; ballots; vote requirement
HCR2045 P* property tax exemption; unencumbered homes
HCR2051 C Arizona; centennial song
HM2001 P F-35 program; support funding
HR2002 C Mexico-U.S. commission; eradicate foot-and-mouth disease
HR2004 C honoring John Waddell
HR2007 C Warrene Ware; service
SB1153 C city auditors; confidential information
SB1194 C structural pest management; regulation
SB1203 C revitalization districts; revisions
SB1352 C photo radar prohibition
SB1408 P state budget; appropriation limitation; hearing
SB1525 P city; town; development fees
SB1610 C state firearm
SCR1020 C crime victims; protection from liability
SCR1028 C paycheck deductions; political purposes; requirement.
SCR1029 C photo radar prohibition
SCR1059 P supporting Wisconsin governor; legislature
SCR1061 C Mitch Menlove; death resolution
SR1013 C Lloyd Oliver; death resolution

top


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