Linda Aguirre

Linda Aguirre DEMDemocrat

American politician

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Linda AguirreDEMDemocrat American politician
71
Years of Age
15
Years of Experience
AZResidence (state)

Linda Aguirre (born July 12, 1951) is a former member of the Arizona State Senate and the Arizona House of Representatives, initially representing the 23rd District before redistricting in 2002 moved her to the 16th District. She was first elected to the House in November 1992.: viii–ix  She won re-election to the House in 1994 and 1996.: viii–ix : viii–ix In 1998, she ran for the State Senate in the same district and won the seat.: vii  She won re-election in 2000, 2002, and 2004.: viii–ix : viii–ix : ix  Due to Arizona term limits, she was ineligible to run for re-election in 2006.

Education4 - 4 of 2
Arizona State University
MA Educational Administration
1986
Arizona State University
BA Elementary Education
1978
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
Arizona State House of Representatives
1983 - 1998
Board of Directors
Strategic Planning Committee, Roosevelt School District
Former Senate Minority Leader
Arizona State Senate
Former Senator
Arizona State Senate
Elementary School Teacher
1979 - 1988
Other Experience1 - 15 of 15
President
Treasurer, Vice President, National Hispanic School Board Association
1991 - 1995
President
Treasurer, Vice President, National School Board Association
1991 - 1995
Secretary
Treasurer, Mountain Park Health Center
1994 - 1995
President
Vice President, Hispanic/Native American School Board Forum
1992 - 1994
Board of Directors
Executive/Finance Committee, Leadership/Volunteer Development Committee South Mountain YMCA
Board of Directors
South Mountain East Little League
County Coordinator
Arizona Citizens for Education
Experience
Senate Citizens Committee
Experience
Mountain Parks and Recreation T-Ball Coach
Experience
Phoenix Police Department
Experience
South Mountain Chamber of Commerce
Experience
South Phoenix Economic Development Committee
Experience
Hispanic Citizens Advisory Group
Legislative and Resolution Committee
Arizona School Board Association
T-Ball Coach
South Montain Parks and Recreation