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State Senator Gail Griffin represents Legislative District 14 in the Arizona State Senate. District 14 includes portions of 4 counties; Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Pima.
Gail Griffin is currently serving as the Majority Whip of the Senate and serves as the Chairman of the Natural Resources, Energy and Water Committee, and as a member of the Government Committee, and Rules Committees.
She is the Co-Chairman of the Joint Border Security Committee, and the Joint Government and Private Lands Committee, as well as the Joint Committee on State Plans Relating to Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Existing Power Plants. She serves on the Water Banking Commission, the Water Protection Fund, and many other committees of interest.
Gail Griffin also served in the Arizona House of Representatives and has been involved in issues at the local, state, and federal level for many years. She believes in a smaller, smarter government, less taxes, personal responsibility, protection of property rights, and in the free enterprise system. Senator Griffin will continue to fight for Veteran’s issues, for transparency in government, and will continue to challenge federal overreach, and support States Rights and our Constitution.
Gail has received many awards for her service which includes "Senator of the Year" from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), "Legislator of the Year" from Arizona Rural Health Association and also from the Arizona Mining Association.
Gail’s activities and memberships include: Arizona Farm Bureau, Arizona Cattle Growers Association, Natural Resource Conservation Districts (NRCD), Arizona/New Mexico Coalition of Counties, Realtor’s Association (Local, State, and National), Arizona Historical Society, and Sierra Vista Elks Lodge (2065). She has also been volunteering annually for the past 15 years with Girl’s State and she is a Stephens Minister with her local Church.
Gail is a Real Estate Broker (40 years) at Sierra Vista Realty and lives in Cochise County.