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| Home City: Peoria
Occupation: Financial Advisor
Member Since: 2013
David Livingston has spent more than half his life living and working in Arizona. He has helped parents save for their children's education, provided solutions to adults with parents who require special care, and guided many people toward their financial and retirement goals.
After graduating from Arizona State University with a bachelor's degree in Finance in 1988, Livingston began building a financial consulting business with Ameriprise Financial, Inc., a diversified US financial services company with location through the country.
During the ensuing 20 years, Livingston achieved elite status with Ameriprise, which placed him in the top 10 percent of franchise owners worldwide. Livingston sold his franchise in 2013.
He is a former member of both the Glendale and Peoria Chambers of Commerce, and is a past Board Member of the Glendale/Peoria YMCA.
Livingston was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2012 for District 22. During his first term at the Legislature, he served as vice chairman for the House Committee on Financial Institutions. During this time, Livingston also served as a member of the House Committee on Insurance and Retirement, and the House Committee on Public Safety, Military and Regulatory Affairs.
Livingston was re-elected in 2014. During his second term, he was selected by his fellow Republicans to serve as Majority Whip for the Republican Caucus.
David has been married to his wife Tracy Livingston since 1988. They have a son, Kyle, who attends college part-time in Prescott and works fulltime for a hospital there.
David and Tracy enjoy scuba diving, playing tennis and traveling. They attend Christ's Church of the Valley and currently live in Peoria with their two rescue dogs, Kate and Spencer.
|Bill Number||Sponsor Type||Short Title|
|HB2131||C||congenital heart defect special plates.|
|HB2132||C||wishes; critically ill children; plates|
|HB2133||C||appropriation; Grand Avenue; SR 303|
|HB2134||C||commercial driver licenses; third parties.|
|HCR2002||C||supreme court; maintain nine members|
|SB1041||P*||STOs; aggregate cap increase|
|SB1042||P*||workers' compensation; settings; definition|
|SB1043||P*||public safety; cancer insurance; eligibility|
|SB1044||P*||credit for reinsurance|
|SB1045||P*||defined contribution; health subsidy; disability|
|SB1046||P*||member distributions; deferred retirement; transfers|
|SB1047||P*||board of fingerprinting; continuation|
|SB1048||P*||health care ministries; exemption; definition|
|SB1050||P*||congenital heart defect special plates|
|SB1051||P*||ASRS; employer payments; ineligible contributions|
|SB1052||P*||ASRS; required beginning date; distributions|
|SB1053||P*||ASRS; nonparticipatory employer liability|
|SB1054||P*||ASRS; self-insurance program|
|SB1074||P*||local governments; audits; public meeting|
|SB1075||P*||health care insurance; amendments.|
|SB1076||P*||low-income multifamily housing; valuation|
|SB1077||P*||foster youth employment; tax credit|
|SB1078||P*||medical student loan program|
|SB1081||P*||wishes; critically ill children; license plates.|
|SB1084||C||state of emergency; automatic termination|
|SB1135||P*||income tax subtraction; 529 contributions|
|SB1136||P*||retirement systems; benefit computation; return-to-work.|
|SB1143||C||veterans of overseas conflicts plates|
|SB1175||C||corporation commission; electric generation resources.|
|SB1176||C||nutrition assistance; benefit match; appropriation|
|SB1177||C||forest products; processing; tax credit|
|SCR1003||C||executive orders; emergencies; reauthorization; termination|
|SCR1009||C||abortion data; survivors act; supporting|