House Member

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Member Since: 2019

Jennifer Longdon is one of two elected members of the Arizona House of Representatives serving LD 24 which covers Central Phoenix and South Scottsdale.

She is a Phoenix-based speaker, writer, and activist. Jennifer worked for three years as the content coordinator, chief writer and editor of LivAbility magazine, an Arizona-based quarterly lifestyle magazine.

Longdon previously served as Chair for the Phoenix Mayor's Neighborhood Advisory Council, the State Independent Living Council of Arizona, Arizonans for Gun Safety, and Public Impact Advisory Panel to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. She has been profiled in AZ magazine, the Phoenix New Times, the Washington Post, Salon, Mother Jones and Rolling Stone.

Longdon is a TEDx and Ignite presenter. She is the recipient of the MASK UNITY award (2013), City of Phoenix Impact Volunteer Award (2013) The MLK Celebration I Have a Dream Award (2014) and the National Association of Social Workers, AZ Chapter Citizen of the Year (2014).

Paralyzed in a random shooting in 2004, Jennifer is an outspoken advocate for people with disabilities and strengthening laws to curb gun violence.


Sponsored Bills

Bill NumberSponsor TypeShort/NOW Title
HB2072Cgroup B weight; kindergarten; appropriation
HB2073Cschool funding; inflation adjustment
HB2074Cliteracy endorsement; noncertificated teachers; requirement
HB2075Cschools; corporal punishment; prohibition.
HB2076Cpresidential preference election; independent voters
HB2077Ccandidates; school; local; electronic signatures
HB2078Cinitiative; referendum; signatures; electronic submittal
HB2139Cmissing and murdered indigenous peoples
HB2140Cindigenous representative; statutory commissions; boards
HB2142Cmissing and unidentified persons; reports
HB2143CACJC; victim compensation fund; allocation
HB2224Ccat declawing; prohibition; exceptions
HB2225Cpet dealers; state preemption; repeal
HB2226Cfireworks; use; overnight hours; prohibition.
HB2227Cappropriations; AHCCCS; postpartum visits.
HB2228Ccounty jails; education programs; appropriation
HB2229Cprisoners; medical records; family access
HB2306CAHCCCS; pregnant women; dental care
HB2307CAZPOST; mandatory reporting; peace officers
HB2308Cprotective hairstyles; discrimination prohibited
HB2309Cdetained juveniles; advisements; notifications
HB2310CDCS; investigation; schools; children; disabilities
HB2312CAHCCCS; postpartum care; appropriations
HB2313Cappropriations; AHCCCS; postpartum visits
HB2335Cexpenditure limitation; school districts; repeal.
HB2359Cappropriation; office of Indian education
HB2360Cappropriation; military; discharge; tribal ceremonies
HB2361P*firearm purchases; waiting period; offense
HB2362P*firearm dealers; firearms transfers; requirements
HB2363P*firearm sales; permit verification; requirements
HB2364P*patient information; gun safety; appropriation
HB2365P*severe threat order of protection
HB2366P*firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HB2367P*firearm; ammunition storage; civil penalty
HB2368P*TPT; exemption; firearm storage devices
HB2369Ctax credit; earned income.
HB2386P*health care institutions; education; abuse
HB2387P*minimum staff ratios; nursing homes
HB2388P*nursing homes; advisory council
HB2393Cadult protective services; audit; appropriation
HB2394Cgroup homes; monitoring; appropriation
HB2397Cemotional abuse; vulnerable adults
HB2401Crent regulation; state preemption
HB2402Cautomatic voter registration; same day.
HB2403Cappropriation; ADE; electric school buses
HB2404P*firearm transfers; domestic violence; offenses
HB2419Cappropriation; schools; trees
HB2420Cadult incarceration contracts; cost comparison
HB2421Cstudy committee; student-led school clubs
HB2422Cgovernment vehicles; electric; appropriation
HB2427Ctax credits; grants; reporting; repeals
HB2428Cstatistical information; disclosure; review committee
HB2432Cdogs; unlawful restraint; penalties
HB2433CHIV testing; consent; repeal
HB2436P*statewide ADA coordinator; appropriation
HB2437P*Arizona beekeepers special plates
HB2438P*massage therapists; fingerprinting; website information
(NOW: massage therapists; fingerprinting)
HB2441Chealthy families program; appropriation
HB2442Cappropriation; community health grants
HB2444Cclean elections; county candidates
HB2488CUyghurs; forced labor; contracts; prohibition
HB2513CArizona jazz day observed
HB2514Cday of racial healing; observed
HB2515Cpeace officers; cameras; recordings; disclosures.
HB2516Cpeace officer database; disciplinary actions
HB2517Cpeace officers; duty to intervene
HB2518Cpeace officers; liability; unlawful act
HB2519Cuse of force; law enforcement
HB2525P*AHCCCS; outpatient services
HB2526P*AHCCCS; complex rehabilitation technology
HB2527P*sexual assault survivors; rights
HB2528Carea agencies on aging; appropriation
HB2530Cteachers academy; mental health professionals
HB2531CAZPOST; membership
HB2532Ctribally accredited educational institution; plates
HB2533Ctribal college dual enrollment program.
HB2561Cschools; instruction; Native American experience
HB2563Cdaily route mileage; calculation
HB2564Choliday; Indigenous Peoples' day
HB2592Cjuror compensation; superior court; appropriation.
HB2618Cpower plants; contractors; workforce requirements
HB2634P*textbooks; representation; disabilities; sexual orientation.
HB2635Chealth care workers; assault; prevention
(NOW: breast implant surgery; informed consent)
HB2638Ccurriculum; Asian American Pacific Islanders
HB2639CAsian American; Pacific Islander month
HB2648Cstate employees; paid family leave
HB2650Ccritical incident bureau; establishment; DPS
HB2651Cappropriation; Cesar Chavez Boulevard.
HB2654Cparents bill of rights; definition
HB2666Ccarbon capture task force
HB2667Cgrants; school counselors; social workers
HB2681Cenvironmental justice; task force
HB2691Chealth care workforce; grant programs
HB2704CAHCCCS; preventive dental care
HB2705Cappropriation; teachers' dependents; insurance premiums
HB2706Cnutrition; health; pilot programs; grants
HB2751P*supported decision-making; supporter obligations
HB2752P*sentencing; concealed weapons permit; surrender
HB2754Cpermanent early voting list
HB2796Chealth professions; fingerprint clearance cards
HB2805Cextension; low-income housing tax credit
HB2806Cappropriation; housing trust fund
HB2812Crainwater harvesting program
HB2813Cvehicle finance transaction; clear title
HB2817Cprofessional development personnel; teachers; appropriation
HB2835Cappropriation; laboratory; Navajo technical university
HCM2003CIndian boarding schools; urging investigation.
HCM2005CERA deadline; elimination; urging Congress
HCR2009Cmarriage; definition; repeal
HCR2012Cschool districts; expenditure limit; authorization.
HCR2013P*firearm sales; transfers; background checks
HCR2021Cratification; equal rights amendment.
HCR2023Ctribal homelands; federal government
HCR2030Cdeath resolution; Grant Woods
HCR2037Ccampaign finance; source disclosure
HCR2040COlivia Cajero Bedford; death resolution
HCR2042Cdeath resolution; Jimmie Muñoz, Sr.
HR2013P*Gene Heppard; death resolution
HR2015CHerschella Horton; death resolution
SB1279Cgeographic; historic board; name change
SB1293Chealth insurance; hearing aids; children
SB1524Conline home sharing; repeal.
SB1529Cchild care; waiting list; appropriation
SB1531Chousing trust fund; unclaimed property
(NOW: housing trust fund; appropriation)
SB1532Cschool personnel; reporting; drug offenses
SB1533Cnoncertificated school employees; due process
SB1534Cschools; corporal punishment; prohibition
SB1535Cappropriation; adult protective services
SB1536Cappropriation; home; community based services
(NOW: appropriation; community-based services)
SB1537Chearing evaluations; preschools
SB1539CAlzheimer's; dementia; advisory council
SB1540Ctextbooks; representation; disabilities; sexual orientation
SB1560Cappropriation; domestic violence; sexual assault.
SCR1038Cshort-term rentals; vacation rentals.
SCR1039Cratification; equal rights amendment