Legislative district 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.

2016 Elections results

Arizona House of Representatives

Russell W “Rusty” Bowers (Republican) 51160
Michelle Udall (Republican) 55941
Kathleen Rahn (Democrat) 32225

Arizona Senate

Bob Worsley (Republican) 69914

Representative Russell Bowers

Party: Republican

Home city: N/A

Occupation: N/A

Committees:

  • Appropriations
  • Education
  • Energy, Environment and Natural Resources

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
HB2060 aggregate mined land reclamation; variances
HB2205 JTED governing boards; membership; prohibition
HB2308 homeowners’ associations; improvement districts; zoning
HB2309 sex offender registration; termination
HB2310 game and fish; licenses; fees
(NOW: underground storage tanks; reimbursement claims)
HB2319 JTED satellite campuses; letter grades
(NOW: JTEDs; letter grades; exclusion)
HB2336 technical correction; common variety minerals
HB2337 technical correction; double punishment
HB2338 technical correction; county library district
HB2340 technical correction; nonprofit corporations
HB2341 homeschooled children; school buses; JTEDs
HB2356 juvenile court; jurisdiction; age
HB2512 water program amendments.
HB2536 dual enrollment; homeschooled children
HB2542 water resources; annual presentation
HB2543 San Pedro water district; report
(NOW: governmental mall commission)
HB2551 water; desalination action plan.
(NOW: judgment; liability damages; appeal)
HB2552 desalination action study committee
HB2553 adequate water supply; county review.
HCR2035 water management; sources; policies; support.

Representative Michelle Udall

Party: Republican

Home city: N/A

Occupation: N/A

Committees:

  • Education
  • Energy, Environment and Natural Resources
  • Health

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
HB2449 child care assistance; tiered reimbursement
HB2450 genetic testing information; confidentiality; exceptions
HB2477 high school mathematics; proficiency; notification

Senator Bob Worsley

Party: Republican

Home city: Mesa

Occupation: Business Owner, CEO

Committees:

  • Commerce and Public Safety
  • Judiciary
  • Transportation and Technology

Introduced bills in 2018:

Bill Number Short/NOW Title
SB1103 technical correction; traffic school; licenses
SB1104 technical correction; disabled parking; reciprocity
SB1146 vehicle fees; alternative fuel VLT.
SB1147 county excise tax for transportation.
SB1199 drug testing; eye movement analysis
SB1200 transportation revisions
SB1201 county treasurer; electronic records; liens
SB1202 countywide elections; vote by mail
SB1203 vehicle towing
SB1204 trusts and estates
SB1286 traffic survival schools; updated curriculum
SB1287 ADOT revisions
SB1288 vehicle registration; use tax collection
SB1353 limited liability company act; revisions
SB1354 AHCCCS; electronic visit verification; requirements
SB1401 ignition interlock device; installer; manufacturer
SCM1016 NAFTA; urging renegotiation; ratification