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Member Since: 2018
Representative Walt Blackman is the Republican who won the 2018 Midterm General Elections for State Representative for the sixth legislative district. With his election win, Walt is the first Black American Republican in the history of Arizona elected to the Arizona House of Representatives. Walt is a constitutionalist conservative who served in the United States Army for twenty-one years.
Walt is a dedicated and experienced senior leader, combat veteran, with two decades of operational and combat real-world leadership experience in the US military. Throughout Walt's military career, he has served his country with distinction and honor. Walt earned several military awards while serving his country, to include the Bronze Star Medal, for combat actions in Iraq, and the Meritorious Service Medal for 21 years of continues honorable active duty service.
After his retirement in 2016, Walt founded and is currently President and CEO of W.B Inclusion & Diversity Consulting Victim Advocacy Firm. W.B Inclusion is a sexual assault counseling service provider for victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Walt continues to serve his community by volunteering his time to educate young adults and students at local public and private schools on the prevention of sexual harassment and assault in his district and across the state.
Additionally, Walt assists his fellow veterans by volunteering at local food banks; veteran stands down days and veteran small business success seminars. His keen awareness of veteran's issues has given him an inside track of what right looks like when serving Arizona’s veterans.
Walt is a fervent advocate of the 2nd Amendment, health care issues, education funding and a commonsense approach to state governing. As an Arizona State Representative Walt wants to return school choice to parents in our schools and is for teacher pay raises, bonuses, and performance-based incentives. Walt believes in rural development programs that generate jobs, supports ranchers, creates revenue and produces new small business opportunities.
Walt is endorsed by the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Fire Fighters Association, the Arizona Fraternal Order of Police, the Phoenix Police Association, The National Rifle Association, the Arizona Right to life Association, The Payson Tea Party, the Navaho Country Republican club and the National American Africa Republican Committee of Phoenix, Walt is recognized in the 18 for 2018 National State-wide races to watch for in the 2018 midterm general elections for up and coming political stars.
He currently serves on and is Vice-Chairmen for the State and International Affairs Committee, Vice-Chair Judiciary and is a current member serving on the Government Relations, and regulatory committees. Additionally, Walt was selected as Statemen’s of the year by the National American Africa Republican Committee, Walt is a graduate of Almeda University, and received advanced certification in Program Management from Georgetown University.
|Bill Number||Sponsor Type||Short/NOW Title|
|HB2097||C||ACJC; victim compensation fund; allocation|
|HB2098||C||missing children; mandatory reporting|
|HB2099||C||missing and murdered indigenous peoples|
|HB2100||C||missing; unidentified person; reporting requirements|
|HB2110||C||civil penalties; traffic; mitigation; restitution|
|HB2111||C||2nd amendment; unenforceable federal laws|
|HB2115||C||motorcycle safety fund; continuation|
|HB2116||C||human trafficking; civil action; liability|
|HB2117||C||teachers academy; service requirement|
|HB2121||C||schools; superintendents; severance packages; prohibition|
|HB2127||C||appropriation; state parks; heritage fund|
|HB2128||C||state licensing; fee waiver|
|HB2130||P*||intensive probation; requirements; modification|
|HB2159||C||school bus drivers; license requirements|
|HB2161||C||tourism marketing authorities.|
|HB2162||P*||undesignated offenses; misdemeanor status; exceptions|
|HB2163||P*||prisoners; discharge; transition program|
|HB2164||P*||coordinated reentry planning services programs|
|HB2166||P*||criminal justice commission; data collection|
|HB2167||P*||independent corrections ombudsman; oversight committee|
|HB2168||P*||use of force; reports; analysis|
|HB2170||P*||writs of garnishment; attorney fees|
|HB2171||P*||marijuana violations; court jurisdiction; procedures|
|HB2183||P*||public service scholarship fund|
|HB2184||P*||sex education; parental consent; schools|
|HB2190||C||criminal justice case information; reporting|
|HB2241||C||schools; instruction; Holocaust; genocides|
|HB2260||P*||Arizona criminal justice commission; membership.|
|HB2261||P*||prisoners; health; training; visitation; rules|
|HB2293||C||vehicle impoundment; exceptions; storage charges|
|HB2301||P*||CTEDs; letter grades; exclusion|
|HB2302||P*||election lawsuits; settlements; approvals|
|HB2309||C||violent; disorderly assembly; public order|
|HB2310||C||municipalities; counties; law enforcement budgets|
|HB2318||C||sentencing; repetitive offenders|
|HB2319||C||license denial; prohibition; drug convictions|
|HB2320||C||sealing arrest; liability; sentencing records|
|HCR2002||C||supreme court; maintain nine members|
|HCR2013||C||public health; executive orders; reauthorization|
|HR2001||P*||support reentry; second chances|
|HR2002||P*||Semele massacre; Assyrian martyrs day|
|HR2169||P*||support reentry; second chances|
|SCR1003||C||executive orders; emergencies; reauthorization; termination|