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David Bradley
State Senator - District 10
Democratic
http://www.bradleyforarizona.com
It is a great privilege to serve in the state legislature. During my tenure, I have tried to be a voice for the children of Arizona. Working across the aisle, in concert with advocates, families, educators, behavioral health and medical professionals it has been a rewarding and cumulative effort improving the lives of our youngest citizens. Having consistently earned the respect and support of my senate colleagues of both parties as well as the business, healthcare, education, environmental and faith based communities; I look forward to finishing my elective political career working on issues of perennial importance. Those are: finding sustainable resources for educators and the schools they teach in; maintaining and building an infrastructure that attracts new business while facilitating the growth of businesses that have already invested in our state; ensuring quality and accountability of our social service system; reforming our counter-productive sentencing laws and protecting our environment throughout our inevitable growth. The work of the legislature is never completed. If fortunate enough to return for a final term, I will keep my focus on the children of the present day and the millions who will follow. Thank you for your support these many years.

Marilyn Wiles
State Senator - District 10
Republican
https://www.electmarilyn.com
Marilyn is a small business owner of a management consulting firm in Tucson. She lived in Tucson as a child and moved back when she retired from the federal government. Marilyn spent her career focused on serving the taxpayer and improving public good. Marilyn is committed to building trust, openness, and improvement for the people in her district and Southern Arizona. As a leader she believes in transparency/clarity, accountability, and performance and will bring reform solutions for Arizona.

Todd Clodfelter
State Representative - District 10
Republican
Rep. Clodfelter was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2016. He represents District 10 which includes central and eastern Tucson. Rep. Clodfelter serves on the Commerce and Government Committees and is the Vice-Chairman of the Local & International Affairs Committee. In addition to serving in the House, Rep. Clodfelter is a successful small business owner of 35 years and a Tucson resident for over 45 years. He has been married to his wife, Karla, for over 40 years and together they have three children and 4 grandchildren. Todd is a graduate of Sahuaro High School in east Tucson and of the University of Arizona with a Fine Arts degree in Speech Communication. Todd is an Eagle Scout and a private pilot. He enjoys tinkering with mechanical things like cars, motorcycles and airplanes and serves as the chairman of the Arizona Aviation and Aerospace Caucus. He has served the Tucson community on numerous boards and committees in various capacities but values his volunteer time most with the Boy Scouts of America, serving as a Scoutmaster for 12 years and coaching Little League. Todd's is committed to serving his community and his state, representing everyone who resides in LD10.

Domingo DeGrazia
State Representative - District 10
Democratic
http://www.degraziaforarizona.com
I'm Domingo DeGrazia and I'm running for AZ State House in Legislative district 10. My dad was the artist Ted DeGrazia and my mom is Carol Locust, a former special education teacher. I spend my days defending Arizonans from the overreach of our state government in CPS/foster care cases. In short, I help people when they need help. When someone has an addiction or mental health concern and they don't know how to get the resources they need or there aren't enough resources, my job is to help those people. And that's one of the key reasons I'm running. Our state has chosen to not help those that need it most. Our state legislature has failed our children, failed our families and failed our state. I've spent the last 12 years practicing the law, helping people where I could, but real changes must come at the legislative level. Child safety, health care, education, these are the issues that define what Arizonans want for the future of our children. I've spent a large portion of my life fighting for Arizona's families, I'm eager for the next step on that path and it's time for a DeGrazia in the legislature.

Kirsten Engel
State Representative - District 10
Democratic
I am running for re-election to continue to fight to make Arizona a better place to live, work, raise a family and retire. Outside the legislature, I am a law professor and the proud mother of a TUSD student. I'm a mom in lawyer's heels. Together with #RedforEd teachers, staff and students, I stood strong for increased education funding and for closing gun purchase background check loopholes to keep our communities safe from gun violence. My background as an attorney proved invaluable, from passing a House amendment to appropriate money for classroom supplies, to obtaining legislation that will provide valuable information to reduce Arizona's 4th-highest-in-the-nation incarceration rate. I sponsored legislation to fund early childhood education and 9th grade JTED, protect our environment and promote clean energy. I championed legislation to stop a budget measure to raise TUSD residents' property taxes. Whether it is an EPA weakening the laws that protect the health of our children and elderly or an Attorney General separating immigrant children from their parents, Washington has lost its moral authority to lead. I am asking for your vote so we can build on our momentum to make Arizona a national leader in education, economy and the environment.

Nikki Lee
State Representative - District 10
Democratic
http://www.nikkileeaz.com
I'm an Air Force veteran, STEM professional and mom of three. I understand the necessity of working across the aisle to get things done, so we can create a healthy Arizona for future generations. This is how I will serve you in our state legislature: Education: I'll continue the fight to bring funding back to pre-recession levels or higher, so our teachers and classrooms have the pay and resources they need to provide Arizona's children a 21st century education. Healthcare: Medical debt is the #1 reason that Americans file bankruptcy. I will fight to ensure that all Arizonans have access to qualify, affordable healthcare, regardless of what the federal government does/does not do. Guns: I'm a veteran and gun-owning democrat, and therefore, I understand the importance of gun safety. I will fight for implementing long-overdue, common-sense gun reforms to keep our children and families safe. Renewable Energy Economy: Clean energy is the future of our planet and our economy. I will work to grow and attract renewable energy businesses to Arizona, to increase jobs now and lay the groundwork for future generations. Thank you, and I hope to see you around LD10!

Catherine Ripley
State Representative - District 10
Democratic
https://www.ripleyforarizona.com
During my 26 years as a U.S. Naval Officer, I learned to make crucial decisions when they were needed most. As a former Naval Attache and Diplomat, I was the voice bringing opposing sides together. I will apply my experiences and international relations skills to serve Arizona well in the state legislature. As an adjunct professor teaching Political Science, I saw public education create futures. And as a mom who's raised two children, I am concerned about the future of today's children in Arizona. These are critical times where our shared values have never been under attack the way they are now. I believe everyone deserves an economy with good paying jobs that allows everyone to raise their family and to live in dignity; that we deserve a state legislature that acts as a trustee not a broker of our finite natural resources; and that all Arizonans deserve full and equal rights. I will work tirelessly against the privatization of Medicare because healthcare is a right, not a gamble to be left to chance in the stock market. I vow to help ensure that our votes, our values, and our voices will continue to matter as our voice in Phoenix.

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