Provided below is information relative to contacting state senators and representatives who represent districts in Queen Creek. Additional information about the various levels of government and the elected officials who represent them can be found on our local government page.
Queen Creek Intergovernmental Relations staff is available if you have any questions, or if you need assistance in contacting your legislators. For assistance, please contact Jamie Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-358-3913. Information is also available on the state legislature's website at AZLeg.gov.
Legislative Districts in Queen Creek
There are two legislative districts within the Town limits of Queen Creek. A majority of the Town falls within Legislative District 12, and a small portion of the Town's limits within Pinal County falls within Legislative District 16. Both districts' current legislators are listed below. You can verify which legislative district you reside in by visiting AZRedistricting.org/districtlocator/.
Legislative District 8
Senator Frank Pratt: 602-926-5761 / email@example.com
Representative David Cook: 602-926-5162 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative T.J. Shope: 602-926-3012 / email@example.com
Legislative District 12
Senator Warren Petersen: 602-926-4136 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Eddie Farnsworth: 602-926-4630 / email@example.com
Representative Travis Grantham: 602-926-4868 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Legislative District 16
Senator David Farnsworth: 602-926-3020 / email@example.com
Representative Doug Coleman: 602-926-3160 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Kelly Townsend: 602-926-4467 / email@example.com
To e-mail or write your senator/representative:
As you can imagine, elected officials often get a lot of e-mails and letters. Accordingly, it is important to clearly indicate the subject or bill number of the issue you are writing to them about and to be as specific as possible about why you oppose or support the item you are corresponding with them about. Also, be sure to include the bill number, along with a statement that you either support or oppose the legislation, in your subject line.
Here is a sample of how you might consider beginning your correspondence:
The Honorable [insert name of the Representative or Senator]
House of Representatives/State Senate [select either one as appropriate to who you are addressing]
1700 W. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Subject: Bill [insert bill number], oppose/support [select either one as appropriate]
Dear Representative/Senator [select the appropriate salutation as appropriate]:
I am asking you to oppose/support [again, select either as appropriate] bill number [insert bill number]. I would like to ask you to do this because…
To contact your senator/representative by phone:
When contacting legislators, you may reach their assistants who can relay your information on to the legislator. Before calling, make sure you have the bill number that you are calling about. State your name, address, and whether you oppose or support the bill. Try to be as specific as possible about the issue. If you would like a return call, indicate so in your message.