Legislative Process & FAQ's
Find the names of your representatives at the website of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
Q: How many legislative districts are there in Arizona?
Arizona has 30 legislative districts throughout the state.
Q: How many Senators and Representatives does each district have?
Each legislative district has one Senator and two Representatives.
Q: How many members are there in the Senate and the House of Representatives?
The Arizona State Legislature is composed of 30 Senators and 60 Representatives for a total of 90 members.
Q: What is the term length a member may serve?
Currently, both Senators and representatives serve a two-year term.
Q: Does Arizona have a limit regarding the amount of consecutive terms a member may serve?
Presently, a member may not serve more than four consecutive terms in the same office. Legislators may run for an office again, if they have sat out for one full term. This policy has been retroactive to January 1, 1993.
Q: How does a bill become a Law in Arizona?
How a bill becomes a law: The state legislative process
Q: How many members are there in the United States Congress?
There are 435 members in the House of Representatives and a total of 100 Senators.
Q: How many U.S. Senators does each state have?
Each state has two Senators.
Q: How many congressional districts are there in Arizona?
Arizona has nine congressional districts.
Q: How many U.S. Senators and Representatives are from Arizona?
There are a total of 11 members from Arizona (two Senators and nine Representatives).
Q: What is the length of a term for a member of the United States House of Representatives and United States Senate?
Representatives serve two-year terms and Senators serve six-year terms.
Q: How does a bill become a Law in Congress?
How a bill becomes a law: The Congressional legislative process