Ann (Ann) Kirkpatrick (D-USH02)
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Room 309 CHOB- Cannon House Office Building 25 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20515-0302

Residence: Flagstaff, AZ
Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Roger Curley   DOB: 3/24/1950
Committee Assignments
FC MemberCongressional Interstate 11 (I-11) Caucus
FC MemberFood Recovery Caucus
FC MemberCongressional 4-H Caucus
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies
FC MemberCongressional Solar Caucus
FC MemberServicewomen and Women Veterans (SWWV) Congressional Caucus
FC MemberAgritourism Caucus
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government
FC MemberCentral America Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Labor Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Voting Rights Caucus
FC MemberCongressional NASA Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Refugee Caucus
MemberHouse Subcommittee on Defense
FC MemberCongressional National Parks Caucus
FC MemberDemocracy Reform Task Force
FC MemberDairy Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Rural Broadband Caucus
FC MemberFuture of Transportation Caucus
FC MemberHouse Afterschool Caucus
FC MemberBipartisan Congressional Bus Caucus
FC MemberAir Force Caucus (House)
FC MemberInvisible Wounds Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Caucus to End the Youth Vaping Epidemic
FC MemberCongressional Army Caucus
FC MemberHouse General Aviation Caucus
FC MemberBipartisan Addiction and Mental Health Task Force
FC MemberCongressional Safe Climate Caucus
MemberHouse Committee on Appropriations
FC MemberCongressional Medicare for All Caucus
FC MemberBipartisan Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Fire Services Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Caucus for Women's Issues (House)
FC MemberHouse Small Brewers Caucus
FC MemberCongressional Wine Caucus
FC MemberNew Democrat Coalition (NDC)
Counties Representing
Cochise / Pima


Arizona born and raised, Ann Kirkpatrick resides in Flagstaff, and her earliest roots are found in Eastern Arizona on the White Mountain Apache Nation. Her father ran a general store and her mother was a schoolteacher. Ann graduated from Blue Ridge High School in the White Mountains and then worked her way through the University of Arizona, earning a bachelor's degree and then a law degree there.

After earning her law degree, Ann served the people of Greater Arizona in a variety of positions. In 1980, she became Coconino County's first female Deputy County Attorney, cracking down on criminals and protecting neighborhoods and families in Northern Arizona. She later served as Sedona's City Attorney. In November 2004, Ann's neighbors elected her to the Arizona House of Representatives to represent Legislative District 2, which includes Flagstaff and the Havasupai, Hopi, Hualapai, Navajo, and San Juan Southern Paiute Nations. At the state Capitol, Ann championed fiscal responsibility and quality education.

During her 2009-10 term in the U.S. House of Representatives, Ann's results stood out in Congress, seeing more of her bills and amendments signed into law than almost any other freshman representative. Ann's hard work created jobs, helped small businesses, hired more border patrol agents, and protected veterans and seniors in Greater Arizona. In her second term, Ann served on the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs and the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. She passed several bipartisan bills during the 113th Congress, including major legislation that will bring thousands of mining jobs to Superior, Ariz., and she played a key role in the push to reform the broken VA system.

In November 2014, the voters of Arizona's Congressional District One elected Ann to a third term. In the 114th Congress, she served on the House Committee on Agriculture and the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

After her election to Arizona's Second Congressional District in 2018, Ann was appointed to the influential Appropriations Committee, as well as the House Committee on Agriculture. She continues to serve the people of Southern Arizona on these two Committees in the 117th Congress.