American politician who served in the Arizona Senate, representing the 26th district
Edward Zachary Ableser (born March 16, 1978) is a Democratic politician. He served in the Arizona Senate, representing the 26th district. His district included parts of Mesa, Tempe, and south Scottsdale. Previously he was a member of the Arizona House of Representatives. He resigned from public office in September 2015 to work in the Nevada Department of Education.Ableser was appointed to fill the state senate term of former state senator Harry Mitchell and subsequently ran successfully for the Arizona House of Representatives. In 2012, he successfully ran for the Arizona Senate in the newly formed 26th district. Other notable positions include Assistant Pastor, Exchange Tempe Community. Worship-Service Producer, University Presbyterian Church, Member, League of Conservation Voters, 2004 City of Tempe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Award recipient.
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