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Judy Burges' Biography

Office: Elected to State House (AZ) - District 1, Republican

Contact Information

Full Name:

Judy Burges

Gender:

Female

Family:

Husband: Bob; 3 Children; 7 Grandchildren

Birth Date:

07/21/1943

Birth Place:

La Junta, CO

Home City:

Sun City West, AZ

Religion:

Lutheran

MBA, University of Phoenix, 1996

BA, Management, University of Phoenix, 1993

AA, Yavapai College, 1984

Senator, Arizona State Senate, District 22, 2012-2019

Representative, Arizona State House of Representatives, District 4, 2004-2012

Appointed, Senator, Arizona State Senate, January 2012

Candidate, Arizona State House of Representatives, 2002

Former Member, Border Security, Federalism and State Sovereignty Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Chair, Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibility Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Government Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Government Reform Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Joint Legislative Audit Committee [JLAC], Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Judiciary Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Chair, Judiciary Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Natural Resources, Energy and Water Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Public Safety, Military and Technology Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Rules Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Transportation and Technology Committee, Arizona State Senate

Former Member, Water, Land Use and Rural Development Committee, Arizona State Senate

Account Clerk, Yavapai County Government, 1984-1996

Budget Coordinator, Cyprus Begdad Copper Company, 1976-1981

First Vice Chair, Arizona Republican Assembly

Board Member, Skull Valley Historical Society, present

State Committee Person, Republican Party, 2004

Treasurer, Citizen's Tax Committee, 2003

Board Member, Habitat for Humanity, 2003

Board Member, State Safety Program, 2003

Second Vice Chair, Arizona Republican Assembly, 1998

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