State Representative Noel Campbell

Party: Republican

Home city: Prescott

Occupation: Small business owner, US naval officer (retired), and US custom’s officer (retired)

Member since: 2015

Committees:

  • Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy
  • Military, Veterans and Regulatory Affairs
  • Transportation and Infrastructure

Introduced bills in 2018:

  • None as of 01/10/2018

Noel Campbell currently represents legislative district 1 in the Arizona House of Representatives along with Rep. David Stringer. He is a member of the Republican party and lives in Prescott.

Growing up in Phoenix, Campbell graduated from St. Mary’s High School and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Arizona State University in 1965. After graduating from ASU, Campbell served his country in the Navy and Naval Reserves until 1991.

Campbell spent much of his career in government, including as a pilot in the Navy, a US Customs Agent, and a pilot in the Forest Service. Campbell currently owns the Chapel Inn in Prescott.

He first ran for the AZ House in 2010 in LD1, which at the time covered part of Yavapai County including Prescott and most of Coconino County excluding Flagstaff. Campbell came in third in the Republican primary with 13,141 votes to Andy Tobin and Karen Fann who received 21,779 and 14,651 votes, respectively.

In 2014, he ran again for the state legislature after Tobin, who at the time was the Speaker of the AZ House, challenged Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick in congressional district 1. Campbell came in second in the Republican primary, beating Linda Gray by nearly 3,000 votes. He along with Karen Fann easily defeated Democrat Frank Cuccia in the general election.

Campbell easily won reelection in 2016, receiving the most votes in both the Republican primary and general election.

Rep. Campbell sits on the Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy and the Military, Veterans and Regulatory Affairs Committees. He is the chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

He was the prime sponsor on nine bills in 2017, including HB 2331 which requires car manufacturers to compensate dealers for recall repairs and became law and HCR 2011 which would have raised the gas tax by 10 cents but died in committee.

State Representative David Stringer

Party: Republican

Home city: Prescott

Occupation: Small business owner, lawyer

Member since: 2017

Committees:

  • Education
  • Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy
  • Judiciary and Public Safety

Introduced bills in 2018:

  • HB 2057: state guard; composition; firearms; equipment
  • HB 2058: state guard; firearms; training program
  • HB 2059: firearms; state guard; composition; program
  • HCR 2002: state militia; age requirement

David Stringer represents legislative district 1 in the Arizona House of Representatives along with Noel Campbell. He is a member of the Republican party and lives in Prescott.

Stringer attended the George Washington University and the University of Baltimore School of Law. He specialized in real estate law, tax law, and trial litigation. He owns and operates a Comfort Inn in Prescott.

Prior to running for office, Stringer was actively involved in the Republican party in Prescott and Yavapai County.

Stringer ran for the legislature for the first time in 2016. He received the second most votes in the Republican primary, defeating Chip Davis by 753 votes. In the general election, Stringer and Campbell received 65,993 and 70,412 votes, respectively. They easily defeated the Democratic candidate Peter Pierson and Green party candidate Haryaksha Gregor Knauer who received 33,396 and 12,145 votes, respectively.

Stringer sits on the Education; the Federalism, Property Rights and Public Policy; and the Judiciary and Public Safety Committees. 

He was the prime sponsor of seven bills in 2017, including HCR 2023, which called for a convention to amend the constitution. Specifically, Stringer’s bill called for the convention to impose term limits on members of Congress.

Senator Karen Fann

Party: Republican

Home city: Prescott

Occupation: Small business owner

Member since: 2011

Committees:

  • Appropriations
  • Finance
  • Natural Resources, Energy and Water
  • Transportation and Technology

Introduced bills:

  • SB 1009: insurance; corporations; directors
  • SB 1054: ASRS; nonparticipating employers