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| Home City:   Mesa
Member Since:   2019
Tyler Pace is a Republican member of the Arizona State Senate, representing District 25. Pace was elected to the office on November 6, 2018.
He is a native 5th Generation Arizonan, born and raised in Mesa. From an early age, his father cultivated in him the importance of hard physical work and the value of teamwork in accomplishing objectives.
He considers himself a "product" of Mesa Public Schools' outstanding teachers, who instilled in him a deep appreciation for lifelong learning. He went on to study at Arizona State University.
After obtaining his BA from ASU, Tyler began his career as an entrepreneur, starting, acquiring and merging several companies. He currently owns and operates several businesses in Mesa and employs more than 30 individuals. He says he finds no greater satisfaction than that of creating sustainable jobs that his employees can be proud of. He believes in fueling the entrepreneurial spirit and intends to be a job creator his entire life.
Tyler is married to his beautiful wife Jordann, whom he met in Student Council at Mt. View High School in Mesa. Together they are experiencing the joys and responsibilities of raising their three young children.
In 2018, Tyler ran for the Arizona State Senate with the intention to 1) improve educational opportunity for all students, 2) focus on economic growth and quality job creation and 3) return the rights and powers of healthcare to the patient. He is a champion of individual freedoms and believes the role of an elected official is to be steady, thoughtful and most of all without prejudice.
He was elected to represent Legislative District 25 and was sworn in on January 14, 2019 – his birthday.
|Bill Number||Sponsor Type||Short Title|
|SB1084||C||state of emergency; automatic termination|
|SB1085||P*||nursing-supported group homes; licensure|
|SB1086||P*||pharmacy board; permittee operations; fees|
|SB1087||P*||pharmacy board; regulation; nondisciplinary action|
|SB1088||P*||controlled substances; schedule designations|
|SB1089||P*||behavioral health professionals; unauthorized practice|
|SB1090||P*||outpatient treatment centers; behavioral health|
|SB1091||P*||controlled substances monitoring program; delegates|
|SB1092||P*||deaf; hard of hearing; deafblind|
|SB1093||P*||developmental disabilities; spina bifida|
|SB1094||P*||substance abuse treatment; AHCCCS|
|SB1095||P*||real estate; employees; rent collection.|
|SB1096||P*||commercial driver licenses; third parties|
|SB1101||P*||tourism marketing authorities|
|SB1144||P*||child only case; definition|
|SB1169||P*||athletic trainers; dry needling|
|SB1170||P*||board of pharmacy; rulemaking authority.|
|SCR1003||C||executive orders; emergencies; reauthorization; termination|
|SCR1009||C||abortion data; survivors act; supporting|