Throughout his career, Greg Stanton has worked tirelessly to deliver results for Arizona families. Serving as Phoenix mayor from 2012 to 2018, he focused on building an economy rooted in innovation and trade. Under his leadership, Phoenix created thousands of quality jobs and recently saw the highest wage growth in the nation.
Greg has earned a reputation for working across the aisle to get things done. His biggest accomplishments in Phoenix were passed with bipartisan support: the City’s investment in the biosciences and higher education, support for small businesses, and national recognition for leadership on LGBT equality. In 2015, Stanton won reelection and successfully led one of the most ambitious transportation initiatives in the country—a bipartisan, voter-backed plan to extend Phoenix’s light rail system, expand bus service, and improve thousands of miles of roadways over the next 35 years.
In his first year in Congress, Stanton has focused on increasing trade opportunities in Arizona, planning for the state’s water future, and investing in public transportation and infrastructure. He has introduced bills to expand tourism in Arizona and add warning labels to addictive prescription opioids. His bill to extend protections for Supreme Court Justices was signed into law.
Stanton is a member of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and the Judiciary Committee.
Before his election as mayor, Greg served nine years on the Phoenix City Council and as Arizona’s Deputy Attorney General. He attended Marquette University on the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, and earned a law degree from the University of Michigan.
Greg and his wife Nicole have two children.
State Senator Sean Bowie and his family first moved to Chandler in 1994, drawn to the area’s strong public schools and quality way of life.
A product of the Kyrene Elementary and Tempe Union High School districts, Sean graduated from Mountain Pointe High School in 2002. Sean then went on to ASU, receiving degrees in Political Science and History.
After receiving his Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University in 2013, Sean worked as a management consultant, working with Fortune 500 companies from across the globe.
Sean previously worked for the Provost's office at his alma mater, Arizona State University. He worked daily on issues including expanding need-based financial aid for working Arizona families, increasing resources for first-year students, and expanding online educational opportunities and increasing access for students.
Since being elected to the Senate in 2016, Sean has consistently fought for increased investment in our local public schools and higher educational institutions. He has voted yes on multiple pay raises for our teachers and educators, and opposed efforts to expand private school vouchers that would critically impact our local public schools, the same schools Sean attended growing up.
Sean has also been a champion for mental health issues in our community, and was the lead sponsor in 2019 of the Mitch Warnock Act, which requires all school personnel in grades 6-12 to receive training on suicide prevention.
Despite being a member of the minority party, Sean has had several bills signed into law, and he regularly works with legislators on both sides of the aisle on important issues facing our community, including small business relief, workforce development, and investments in our state's infrastructure. He has won several state and national awards for his leadership on critical issues impacting District 18.
In addition to his role in the Senate, Sean also works as a Professor of Practice in the School of Public Affairs at ASU. He teaches undergraduate courses on leadership, ethics, public policy, and the state legislature.
With his unique combination of skills, experience, and education, along with his roots in our community, Sean is well qualified to represent our district in the state senate.
Sean is the oldest of four children, with his entire family calling LD18 home. He currently lives in Ahwatukee.
Hi, I’m Jennifer Jermaine and I’m honored to represent Legislative District 18 at our State Legislature. I currently serve on the Government Committee, Elections Reform Committee, and the Military and Veterans Affairs Committee. I am the Chair of the investigative committee for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
My husband is a Civil Engineer and we have an amazing little girl. My mom is a trailblazing physicist. I’ve spent years in the nonprofit sector and helping people start and succeed in small businesses. I am the co-founder of Stronger Together Arizona and the We the People Summit, both of which empower individuals to strategize and collaborate to influence public policy. I have a Master’s in Public Administration from ASU and I decided early on that my calling is to work for positive change in the public sector.
My focus is on restoring education funding, protecting our civil rights, and honoring our shared values. I pledge to listen and respond to your concerns and work across the aisle to achieve meaningful progress on issues that matter in our daily lives.
All Arizonans deserve to have the same opportunities to succeed that were available to me. I decided to run because our state should be a place of safety, opportunity, and prosperity for all.
Bob has previously represented the people of the Southeast Valley at the Arizona Legislature having served as the Speaker Pro Tempore at the House of Representatives, Chairman of the House Rules Committee, and Chairman of the Ethics Committee. He has also served on numerous committees, including Environmental, Financial Institutions, Judiciary, and Appropriations.
Bob served on the Chandler City Council from 1992-2000 and was elected by his peers as the Vice Mayor. Bob Robson's desire to develop a sustained and healthy economy led to his membership on the Greater Phoenix Economic Council Strategic Policy Committee. Robson has also served on the Planning and Zoning Commission and on the Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Study Committee.
Bob has been deeply involved with Kiwanis for over 40 years and also has been of service to the Salvation Army, is founding Member of the Chandler Boys & Girls Club, Past President of the Chandler Kiwanis Club, a member of the Chandler Airport Commission, Chairman of the Maricopa County Sports Commission, Chairman of the Arizona Auto Theft Authority and a Maricopa Community College Teacher. Bob is currently professor of practice at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University.
Bob has a Master of Arts Degree and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.