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Rep. Stefanie Mach, D-Tucson

Rep. Stefanie Mach, D-Tucson

Name: Stefanie Mach

Chamber: House of Representatives

Party: Democrat

Profession: Runs a consulting business for nonprofit organizations.

Hometown: Tucson

Legislative District: 10, which includes central, northeast and southeast Tucson.

Committee Assignments: Appropriations; Commerce.

Previous or Current Elected Offices: Precinct committeewoman.

Highlights of Community Involvement: Spent a year with AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, during which time she responded to a flood and helped construct five houses.

Why She Ran: “I was a little disappointed at what I saw in the House. I think some people weren’t reflecting the values of my community and certainly not mine, and I wanted to make some sort of change and I realized that the best way to do that is to have a seat at the table.”

Her Focus: “The main focus for the state is going to be education and how it’s connected to jobs and the economy. We cannot have a solid, functioning economy over the long term that’s competitive if we don’t have the talent and the human capital that we need.”

Bills: HB 2454, which would prohibit Internet service providers from knowingly disclosing consumers’ personally identifiable information, including their physical or electronic addresses, telephone numbers or websites they have visited.

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