Judy M. Burges
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Judy M. Burges

Republican

State Representative, District 1

Arizona

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1700 West Washington Street Arizona State Capitol Complex
Phoenix, AZ. 85007
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Judy M. Burges

State Representative, District 1
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Experience
78
Years of Age
16
Years of Experience
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Judy M. Burges (born July 21, 1943) is a former Republican member of the Arizona State Senate, representing District 22. She was first appointed to the State Senate by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on January 23, 2012. She was succeeded by David Livingston in 2019. Senator Burges served in the Arizona House of Representatives, representing District 4 from 2005 until her appointment to the State Senate. Senator Burges chaired the Government, Joint Legislative Audit, and Appropriations Committees while serving in the House and served as vice chair for numerous other committees.

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Experience

Education

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University of Phoenix
MBA
1996
University of Phoenix
BA Management
1993
Yavapai College
AA
1984

Past Positions

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Representative
Arizona State House of Representatives
2021 - Current
Senator
Arizona State Senate
2012 - 2019
Representative
Arizona State House of Representatives
2004 - 2012
Senator
Arizona State Senate
Account Clerk
Yavapai County Government
1984 - 1996
Budget Coordinator
Cyprus Begdad Copper Company
1976 - 1981

Other Experience

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State Committee Person
Republican Party
2004
Board Member
Habitat for Humanity
2003
Board Member
State Safety Program
2003
Treasurer
Citizen's Tax Committee
2003
Second Vice Chair
Arizona Republican Assembly
1998
Board Member
Skull Valley Historical Society, present
First Vice Chair
Arizona Republican Assembly
Former Member
Judiciary Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Border Security, Federalism and State Sovereignty Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Water, Land Use and Rural Development Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Chair
Judiciary Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Chair
Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibility Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Government Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Rules Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Public Safety, Military and Technology Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Natural Resources, Energy and Water Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Member
Government Reform Committee, Arizona State Senate
Former Vice Chair
Joint Legislative Audit Committee [JLAC], Arizona State Senate
Former Vice Chair
Transportation and Technology Committee, Arizona State Senate