Legislative District 1

LD 1 covers nearly all of Yavapai County and a small portion of Maricopa County. At 7,993.68 square miles, LD 1 is about the size of Delaware and Connecticut combined. The district is 69.59 percent urban covering 1.26 percent of its land area and 30.41 percent rural covering 98.74 percent of its land area. Prescott is the largest city in LD 1 with nearly 40,000 residents. The Yavapai Prescott Reservation is wholly contained within the district.

Arizona 1st Legislative District
Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Noel Campbell (R-Prescott) and David Stringer (R-Prescott)

Arizona Senate: Karen Fann (R-Prescott)

Legislative District 2

LD 2 includes all of Santa Cruz County and portions of Pima County. At 2,499.08 square miles, LD 2 is slightly larger than the state of Delaware. The district is 87.55 percent urban covering 3.94 percent of its land area and 12.45 percent rural covering 96.06 percent of its land area.

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Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Rosanna Gabaldón (D-Sahuarita) and Daniel Hernandez (D-Tucson)

Arizona Senate: Andrea Dalessandro (D-Sahuarita)

Legislative District 3

LD 3 is in eastern Pima County and includes parts of Tucson and Marana. At 137.28 square miles, LD 3 is approximately twice the size of Washington, DC. The district is 97.68 percent urban covering 58.50 percent of its land area and 2.32 percent rural covering 41.50 percent of its land area. The Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Reservation resides within the district.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Sally Ann Gonzales (D-Tucson) and Macario Saldate (D-Tucson)

Arizona Senate: Olivia Cajero Bedford (D-Tucson)

Legislative District 4

LD 4 is an expansive district which spans across Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, and Yuma Counties. It also includes parts of the cities of Goodyear, Tucson, and Yuma. At 11,835.94 square miles, LD 4 is larger than the state of Hawaii. The district is 82.84 percent urban covering 0.52 percent of its land area and 17.16 percent rural covering 99.48 percent of its land area. The Cocopah Reservation and part of the Tohono O’odham Nation Reservation lay within the district.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Charlene R. Fernandez (D-Yuma) and Geraldine Peten (D-Goodyear)

Arizona Senate: Lisa Otondo (D-Yuma)

Legislative District 5

LD 5 covers most of Arizona’s eastern border, covering all of La Paz County and most of Mohave County. At 16,795.91 square miles, LD 5 is larger than Maryland and Delaware combined. The district is 74.49 percent urban covering 0.59 percent of its land area and 25.51 percent rural covering 99.41 percent of its land area. More than half the urban population lives in Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City. LD 5 contains part of the Colorado River Indian Reservation, the Fort Mojave Reservation, and the Hualapai Indian Reservation.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Regina E. Cobb (R-Kingman) and Paul Mosley (R-Lake Havasu City)

Arizona Senate: Sonny Borrelli (R-Lake Havasu City)

Legislative District 6

LD 6 spans across Coconino, Gila, Navajo, and Yavapai counties. Some of the major towns and cities in the district include Flagstaff, Holbrook, Payson, Sedona, and Snowflake. At 10,180.00 square miles, LD 6 is slightly smaller than Massachusetts. The district is 68.19 percent urban covering 0.81 percent of its land area and 31.81 percent rural covering 99.19 percent of its land area. LD 6 contains part of the Havasupai Reservation and Navajo Nation Reservation, while the Tonto Apache Reservation and Yavapai-Apache Nation Reservation reside entirely within the district.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Brenda Barton (R-Payson) and Bob Thorpe (R-Flagstaff)

Arizona Senate: Sylvia Allen (R-Snowflake)

Legislative District 7

The largest legislative district in Arizona, LD 7 spans across seven counties, including all of Apache County. At 36,888.80 square miles, LD 7 is larger than the states of Maine or Indiana. The district is 38.49 percent urban covering 0.18 percent of its land area and 61.51 percent rural covering 99.82 percent of its land area. LD 7 contains part of the Havasupai Reservation, Hualapai Indian Reservation, and Navajo Nation Reservation. The Fort Apache Reservation, Hopi Reservation, Kaibab Indian Reservation, San Carlos Reservation, and Zuni Reservation resides entirely within the district.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Wenona Benally (D-Window Rock) and Eric Descheenie (D-Chinle)

Arizona Senate: Jamescita Peshlakai (D-Cameron)

Legislative District 8

LD 8 covers much of Pinal County and part of Gila County. At 4,166.12 square miles, LD 8 is more than twice the size of Rhode Island. The district is 71.08 percent urban covering 1.37 percent of its land area and 28.92 percent rural covering 98.63 percent of its land area. Coolidge, Globe, and Oracle, as well as eastern Casa Grande, lay within its borders. LD 8 contains part of the Gila River Indian Reservation and the Tohono O’odham Nation Reservation.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: David L. Cook (R-Globe) and Thomas R. Shope (R-Coolidge)

Arizona Senate: Frank Pratt (R-Casa Grande)

Legislative District 9

LD 9 is a highly urban district in Pima County. While much of the district is county land, it does reach into northern Tucson and parts of Marana and Oro Valley. LD 9 is 91.37 square miles, or roughly 30 percent larger than Washington, DC. The district is 99.64 percent urban covering 95.74 percent of its land area and 0.36 percent rural covering 4.26 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Randall Friese (D-Tucson) and Pamela Powers Hannley (D-Tucson)

Arizona Senate: Steve Farley (D-Tucson)

Legislative District 10

LD 10 resides entirely within Pima County, occupying much of eastern Tucson. It is 99.41 square miles, or roughly a third larger than Washington, DC. The district is 98.06 percent urban covering 66.36 percent of its land area and 1.94 percent rural covering 33.64 percent of its land area.

 

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

 

Arizona House of Representatives: Todd A. Clodfelter (R-Tucson) and Kirsten Engel (D-Tucson)

Arizona Senate: David Bradley (D-Tucson)

Legislative District 11

LD 11 runs along interstates 10 and 8 in Pima and Pinal counties. The major towns and cities within the district include Marana, Casa Grande, and the town of Maricopa. LD 11 is 1,965.34 square miles, which is larger than the state of Rhode Island. The district is 80.02 percent urban covering 4.92 percent of its land area and 19.98 percent rural covering 95.08 percent of its land area. The Ak Chin Indian Reservation, just south of the town of Maricopa, is in LD 11.

 

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Mark Finchem (R-Tucson) and Vince Leach (R-Saddle Brooke)

Arizona Senate: Steve Smith (R-Maricopa)

Legislative District 12

LD 12 resides mostly in Maricopa County. It is a largely urban district covering part of Gilbert and Queen Creek. LD 12 is 128.85 square miles, nearly twice the size of Washington, DC. The district is 98.87 percent urban covering 66.61 percent of its land area and 1.13 percent rural covering 33.39 percent of its land area. LD 12 contains part of the Gila River Indian Reservation.

 

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Eddie Farnsworth (R-Gilbert) and Travis W. Grantham (R-Gilbert)

Arizona Senate: Warren Peterson (R-Gilbert)

Legislative District 13

LD 13 spans from the eastern Phoenix metro area to western Yuma in the southwest corner of Arizona. The district is 5,704.65 square miles, slightly larger than the state of Connecticut. It is 79.77 percent urban covering 1.75 percent of its land area and 20.23 percent rural covering 98.25 percent of its land area. LD 13 contains the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation.

 

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

 

Arizona House of Representatives: Darin Mitchell (R-Goodyear) and Don Shooter (R-Yuma)

Arizona Senate: Sine Kerr (R-Buckeye)

Legislative District 14

LD 14 includes the eastern Tucson metro area in Pima County, more than half of Graham county, and all of Cochise and Greenlee counties. The district is 12,138.12 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Maryland. It is 62.73 percent urban covering 0.62 percent of its land area and 37.27 percent rural covering 99.38 percent of its land area.

 

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Drew John (D-Safford) and Becky A. Nutt (R-Clifton)

Arizona Senate: Gail Griffin (R-Hereford)

Legislative District 15

LD 15 is in the northern Phoenix. It is 147.34 square miles, more than twice the size of Washington, DC. The district is 98.88 percent urban covering 53.20 percent of its land area and 1.12 percent rural covering 46.80 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: John M. Allen (R-Scottsdale) and Heather Carter (R-Cave Creek)

Arizona Senate: Nancy Barto (R-Phoenix)

Legislative District 16

LD 16 straddles Maricopa and Pinal counties. It includes eastern Mesa and Apache Junction. LD 16 is 199.14 square miles. The district is 98.21 percent urban covering 44.50 percent of its land area and 1.79 percent rural covering 55.50 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Douglas Coleman (R-Apache Junction) and Kelly Townsend (R-Mesa)

Arizona Senate: David C. Farnsworth (R-Mesa)

Legislative District 17

LD 17 contains most of the city of Chandler. It is one of the smallest districts at 66.97 square miles and slightly smaller than Washington, DC. The district is 99.99 percent urban covering 93.25 percent of its land area and 0.01 percent rural covering 6.75 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Javan D. Mesnard (R-Chandler) and Jeff Weninger (R-Chandler)

Arizona Senate: Steve Yarbrough (R-Chandler)

Legislative District 18

LD 18 contains most of the city of Chandler. It is one of the smallest districts at 59.63 square miles. The district is 100.00 percent urban covering 99.71 percent of its land area and 0.00 percent rural covering 0.29 percent of its land area. LD 18 contains part of the Gila River Indian Reservation along with legislative districts 8, 12, and 27.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Mitzi Epstein (D-Tempe) and Jill Norgaard (R-Phoenix)

Arizona Senate: Sean Bowie (D-Ahwatukee)

Legislative District 19

LD 19 contains most of the city of Avondale as well as part of Phoenix and Goodyear. It is 107.85 square miles. The district is 99.97 percent urban covering 69.20 percent of its land area and 0.23 percent rural covering 30.80 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Mark A. Cardenas (D-Phoenix) and Diego Espinoza (D-Tolleson)

Arizona Senate: Lupe Contreras (D-Cashion)

Legislative District 20

LD 20 contains part of the cities of Glendale and Phoenix. It is one of the smallest districts at 43.41 square miles. It is one of four entirely urban districts.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

 

Arizona House of Representatives: Paul Boyer (R-Phoenix) and Anthony T. Kern (R-Glendale)

Arizona Senate: Kimberly Yee (R-Phoenix)

Legislative District 21

LD 21 contains parts of the cities of Glendale, Peoria, and Sun City. It is one of the smallest districts at 64.25 square miles and slightly smaller than Washington, DC. The district is 99.90 percent urban covering 88.64 percent of its land area and 0.10 percent rural covering 11.36 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Kevin Payne (R-Peoria) and Tony Rivero (R-Peoria)

Arizona Senate: Debbie Lesko (R-Peoria)

Legislative District 22

LD 22 occupies the northwestern Phoenix metro area, including Sun City West and Surprise. It is 323.95 square miles. The district is 95.64 percent urban covering 26.26 percent of its land area and 4.36 percent rural covering 73.74 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: David Livingston (R-Peoria) and Ben Toma (R-Peoria)

Arizona Senate: Judy Burges (R-Sun City West)

Legislative District 23

LD 23 in the northeast Phoenix metro area and contains Scottsdale and Fountain Hills. It is 1,215.87 square miles, much of the area is in the Tanto National Forest. The district is 93.50 percent urban covering 8.90 percent of its land area and 6.50 percent rural covering 91.10 percent of its land area. Part of the Salt River Reservation is represented in LD 23.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Jay Lawrence (R-Scottsdale) and Michelle B. Ugenti-Rita (R-Scottsdale)

Arizona Senate: John Kavanagh (R-Fountain Hills)

Legislative District 24

LD 24 contains part of the cities of Phoenix and Scottsdale. It is the second smallest legislative district at 37.25 square miles. It is one of four entirely urban districts.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Lela Alston (D-Phoenix) and Ken Clark (D-Phoenix)

Arizona Senate: Katie Hobbs (D-Phoenix)

Legislative District 25

LD 25 contains most of the city of Mesa. It is 75.25 square miles. The district is 99.78 percent urban covering 62.47 percent of its land area and 0.22 percent rural covering 16.99 percent of its land area. LD 25 contains part of the Salt River Reservation.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Russell Bowers (R-Mesa) and Michelle Udall (R-Mesa)

Arizona Senate: Bob Worsley (R-Mesa)

Legislative District 26

LD 26 contains parts of Mesa, Phoenix, and Tempe along with a sizeable amount of unincorporated county land. It is 120.40 square miles. The district is 98.59 percent urban covering 47.80 percent of its land area and 1.41 percent rural covering 60.30 percent of its land area. LD 26 contains part of the Salt River Reservation.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Isela Blanc (D-Tempe) and Athena Salman (D-Tempe)

Arizona Senate: Juan Mendez (D-Tempe)

Legislative District 27

LD 27 contains part of the city of Phoenix and all of Laveen. It is 253.33 square miles. The district is 98.44 percent urban covering 30.42 percent of its land area and 1.56 percent rural covering 69.58 percent of its land area. LD 27 contains part of the Gila River Indian Reservation.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Reginald Bolding (D-Laveen) and Rebecca Rios (D-Phoenix)

Arizona Senate: Catherine Miranda (D-Laveen)

Legislative District 28

LD 28 contains part of the cities of Paradise Valley and Phoenix. It is one of the smallest legislative districts at 77.98 square miles. It is one of four entirely urban districts.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Arizona House of Representatives: Kelli Butler (D-Scottsdale) and Maria Syms (R-Paradise Valley)

Arizona Senate: Kate Brophy McGee (R-Phoenix)

Legislative District 29

LD 29 contains parts of Glendale and Phoenix. It is 45.88 square miles. The district is 99.98 percent urban covering 81.92 percent of its land area and 0.02 percent rural covering 18.08 percent of its land area.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

 

Arizona House of Representatives: Richard C. Andrade (D-Glendale) and César Chávez (D-Phoenix)

Arizona Senate: Martin Quezada (D-Phoenix)

Legislative District 30

LD 30 contains part of the cities of Glendale and Phoenix. It is the smallest legislative district at 31.70 square miles. It is one of four entirely urban districts.

Source: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

 

Arizona House of Representatives: Ray D. Martinez (D-Phoenix) and Tony Navarrete (D-Phoenix)

Arizona Senate: Robert Meza (D-Phoenix)