Providing Policy Transparency:
Arizona Leaders' Policy Preferences
Civil Arizona provides the opportunity for the State of Arizona's elected officials and citizen groups to communicate their policy preferences.
Civil Arizona is designed to involve citizen groups with direct knowledge of the issues in a systematic debate concerning public policy alternatives.
We have categorized citizen groups into eighteen different categories to provide a "comprehensive citizen perspective" to the portfolio of issues facing Arizona.
Below is the list of citizen group categories. Under each citizen group category is our initial list of potential "representative organizations" capable of providing the needed expertise and perspective to our policy debates.
Civil Arizona is currently going through a recruitment and selection process to determine one or two groups to represent each citizen group category in our Civil Arizona public policy debates.
Greater Phoenix Leadership
Arizona Planning Association
Southern Arizona Leadership Council
Center for the Future of Arizona
Arizona Town Hall
Greater Phoenix Economic Council
Arizona Technology Council
Arizona Manufacturing Council
Arizona Free Enterprise Club
Americans for Prosperity
Center for Arizona Policy
Arizona Education Association
Arizona Charter School Association
Arizona Parent Teacher Association
Expect More Arizona
Arizona School Board Administration
Arizona School Administrators
Arizona Education Network
Arizona Education and Business Coalition
Arizona County School Superintendents
Arizona State Board of Education
Arizona Health and Hospital Association
Arizona Council of Human Service Providers
Arizona Public Health Association
Mental Health America of Arizona
Arizona Medical Association
Blue Cross Blue Shield
United Health Care
League of Cities and Towns
County Supervisors Association of Arizona
Arizona Association of Counties
Maricopa Association of Governments
Professional Firefighters of Arizona
Arizona Police Association
Phoenix Law Enforcement Association
Arizona Conference of Police & Sheriffs
Arizona Highway Patrol Association
Arizona Mormon Church
Arizona Catholic Conference
Arizona Ecumenical Council
Arizona Interfaith Network
Pima County Interfaith Council
Valley Interfaith Council
Catholic Charities Community Services
Valley of the Sun United Way
Arizona Community Action Association
Stand for Children
Children's Action Alliance
Arizona Child Care Association
Arizona League of Conservation Voters
Sierra Club – Grand Canyon Chapter
Arizona Public Service
Salt River Project
Arizona Indian Gaming Association
Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs
Intertribal Council of Arizona
Protecting Arizona Families Coalition
Arizona Latino Research Enterprise
American Civil Liberties Union
Arizona Federation of Teachers
Arizona State Building and Trades Council
National Federation of Independent Businesses
Arizona Association of Realtors
Arizona Small Business Association
Arizona Building and Trades Council
Arizona Hotel and Lodging Assoc.
Arizona Assoc. of General Contractors
Arizona Chamber of Commerce
Greater Phoenix Chamber
Tucson Metropolitan Chamber
Central Arizona Chamber
Arizona Hispanic Chamber
Below is a list of the projected Republic and Democratic caucus members in both the Arizona State Senate and the Arizona House of Representatives.
This page is a continual work-in-progress. Obviously, the names will be updated based on the results of the November elections.
The names that are underlined in red have a specific "policy preference page" that has been created for them. The names that are underlined in blue will take you to a presentation of the election coverage for their particular legislative district.
As we head into the next legislative session, these "policy preference pages" will contain information concerning members' bill sponsorship and votes on specific pieces of legislation.
Leah Landrum Taylor
Jack Jackson, Jr.
Kate Brophy McGee
Nancy Young Wright
Debbie McCune Davis
Sally Ann Gonzales