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Senate: Nancy Barto

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Representative Nancy Barto represents Legislative District 15 (North Phoenix, Cave Creek, Scottsdale and Glendale). Nancy chairs the House Health and Human Services Committee – responsible for overseeing Arizona’s health and welfare agencies and boards, as well as a member of the Judiciary and Education Committees. Nancy has sponsored numerous health care reforms, resisting government’s wholesale takeover of health care and ensuring that affordable health care options that protect our fundamental freedoms can flourish in our state. She has been a champion for the unborn, elderly and individuals with disabilities in the Legislature. Recognized as a consistent leader for Arizona families, Nancy has also shepherded important property tax and homeowner reforms into law and been a voice for reform and accountability in Arizona's foster care, corrections and behavioral health systems and served as co-chair of Child Safety Oversight Committees since 2013. She and her husband, Joe Barto, grew up in the Valley and are proud parents of three daughters and sons-in-law and three grandchildren. Nancy studied Vocal Performance and Elementary Education at Arizona State University and A.S.U. West. Prior to her Legislative service Nancy enjoyed a career as a mother, community volunteer and public policy advocate. She enjoys hiking, playing piano and time with her family. Joe and Nancy are members of Pureheart Christian Fellowship.

House of Representatives: Steve Kaiser

Steve Kaiser is pleased to announce his campaign for the Arizona State House in Legislative District 15.  Steve believes the district needs a leader who understands the principles that make a thriving economy, a safe state, and strong families. He says, “As a small business owner, a veteran, a father of three boys, and a man of faith and principle, I believe I am the right candidate to serve and represent the citizens of this beautiful part of the valley.”  

Steve grew up in the 15th district and attended schools in the Paradise Valley School District.  A graduate of ASU, he served in the US Army as a communications officer and later a Captain, deploying to Afghanistan with the Civil Affairs Battalion in 2008.  As a civilian, he has a record of work in the retail, nonprofit, and government affairs sectors.  He is currently a small business owner of the Phoenix junk hauling franchise, Junk King.  Kaiser resides in North Phoenix with his wife Amanda who is a registered nurse at Mayo clinic and their three sons.  

House of Representatives: Justin Wilmeth

Justin was born in West Texas where his father worked in the oil industry. His ancestors are tough, hard-working folks who instilled in him the importance of commitment, loyalty, understanding, and hard work. It was Justin’s time on his family’s farms that showed him the importance of having a pro-business environment in place for the economy to thrive. He got his start in politics/government in 2004 helping a friend from high school run for office. From there, he served in state policy and grassroots positions in Oklahoma, immersing himself in how state laws impact us on a daily basis. Later, because of the amazing career and economic opportunities offered here, Justin decided to make Arizona his home. He served at the Arizona House of Representatives as a policy advisor for the Republican caucus and was provided with opportunity after opportunity to learn about the needs and priorities of Arizonans across the state.  Justin is proud to hold a BS in Political Science from Arizona State University, where he is currently completing a Master of Public Administration degree. He is a proud resident of the Kierland district, where his interests include baseball, foreign policy, road trips and movies.  We want Arizona to continue to be a place of freedom and opportunity, both for ourselves and for future Arizonans.  Justin intends to bring principled, conservative, visionary leadership to Arizona’s House so that together, we can protect and extend Arizona’s bright future! 

Thursday, August 18th 7pm