Arizona Republican Party


Arizona Republican Party

The Arizona Republican Party is the affiliate of the Republican Party in Arizona. Randy Pullen is the party Chairman and there are three Vice-Chairs, John Rutledge, Matt Tolman, and Parralee Schneider.

The Party is solidly behind the presidential candidacy of their home state U.S. Senator, John McCain. The Republican Party is also diligently working to expand the Republican majorities in both houses of the Arizona Legislature and have fielded a number of qualified and competitive candidates to retake Congressional District 5 and Congressional District 8, districts that are Republican seats, but were lost to the Democrats in 2006.

Current Elected Officials

tatewide

Secretary of State Jan Brewer,State Treasurer Dean Martin,
Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne,State Mine Inspector Joe Hart,
Arizona Corporation Commission Chair Mike Gleason,
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kristin Mayes,
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bill Mundell,
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Jeff Hatch-Miller,
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce

tate Senate

The Arizona Republican Party is the majority party in the Arizona State Senate, holding 17 of the 30 seats.

Senate President Sen. Tim Bee (LD-30)
Senate President Pro Tempore Sen. Robert Blendu (LD-12)
Majority Leader Sen. Thayer Verschoor (LD-11)
Majority Whip Sen. John Huppenthal (LD-20)
Sen. Carolyn S. Allen (LD-8)
Sen. Bob Burns (LD-9)
Sen. Franklin "Jake" Flake (LD-5)
Sen. Pamela Gorman (LD-6)
Sen. Ron Gould (LD-3)
Sen. Chuck Gray (LD-19)
Sen. Linda Gray (LD-10)
Sen. Jack W. Harper (LD-4)
Sen. Karen Johnson (LD-18)
Sen. Barbara Leff (LD-11)
Sen. Tom O'Halleran (LD-1)
Sen. Jay Tibshraeny (LD-21)
Sen. Jim Waring (LD-7)

tate House

The Arizona Republican Party is the majority party in the State House of Representatives, holding 33 of the 60 seats.

Speaker of the House Rep. Jim Weiers (LD-10)
Speaker Pro Tempore Rep. Bob Robson (LD-20)
Majority Leader Rep. Tom Boone (LD-4)
Majority Whip Rep. John McComish (LD-25)
Rep. Kirk Adams (LD-19)
Rep. Mark Anderson (LD-18)
Rep. Ray Barnes (LD-7)
Rep. Nancy Barto (LD-17)
Rep. Andy Biggs (LD-22)
Rep. Judy Burges (LD-4)
Rep. Jennifer Burns (LD-25)
Rep. Doug Clark (LD-6)
Rep. Rich Crandall (LD-19)
Rep. Sam Crump (LD-6)
Rep. Adam Driggs (LD-11)
Rep. Eddie Farnsworth (LD-22)
Rep. Trish Groe (LD-3)
Rep. Pete Hershberger (LD-26)
Rep. John Kavanagh (LD-8)
Rep. Bill Konopnicki (LD-5)
Rep. Lucy Mason (LD-1)
Rep. Marian McClure (LD-30)
Rep. Nancy McLain (LD-3)
Rep. Rick Murphy (LD-9)
Rep. John B. Nelson (LD-12)
Rep. Warde V. Nichols (LD-21)
Rep. Jonathan Patton (LD-30)
Rep. Russell Pierce (LD-18)
Rep. Michelle Reagan (LD-29)
Rep. Bob Stump (LD-9)
Rep. Andrew M. Tobin (LD-1)
Rep. Jerry Weiers (LD-12)
Rep. Steven B. Yarbrough (LD-21)

ee also

Arizona Democratic Party

Libertarian Party of Arizona (no article yet; see [http://www.azlp.org/ http://www.azlp.org/] )

External links

* [http://www.azgop.org/ Arizona Republican Party website]
* [http://www.azfrw.org/ Arizona Federation of Republican Women]
* [http://www.latinogop.org/ Arizona Latino Republican Assembly]
* [http://az.collegerepublicans.org/ Arizona College Republicans]
* [http://www.republicanprofessionals.org/ Arizona Republican Professionals]


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