Analise (Analise) Ortiz (D-SH24B)
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Capitol: 602.926.3633
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District: 602.842.2407
Arizona House of Representatives
Room 335 Capitol Complex - House 1700 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890

District Office:
1700 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
Committee Assignments
MemberHouse Committee on Commerce
MemberHouse Committee on Judiciary
Counties Representing


Growing up in Arizona, I recognized that many state leaders were not looking out for us. Our public school teachers had to dig into their own pockets to buy school supplies. Sheriff Joe Arpaio was tearing apart families with cruel, racist policies. Families were working multiple jobs just to make ends meet.

Relying on student loans, scholarships, and public transportation, I attended Arizona State University with dreams of becoming an investigative journalist. As I uncovered injustice happening in my community, I knew I could no longer just report on the issues-I had to start working to change them.

Today, I serve our community by fighting for changes to state laws so we can invest in public education, protect civil rights, and help hard-working people thrive. As a former campaign strategist with the American Civil Liberties Union, I've helped stop several bills that would have infringed upon our right to vote and our right to access reproductive healthcare. In 2021, I helped pass a bill into law to improve conditions for pregnant women in prison.

I am now an auntie to six kids growing up in Arizona. Our next generation is facing many challenges that demand bold and transformational leadership. That's why I'm running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 24 to represent Maryvale and Glendale. My strong record of advocating for positive change in our community has earned me the endorsement of Sen. Martin Quezada and Rep. Richard Andrade. I am also proud to be supported by UFCW Local 99, the Communications Workers of America AZ State Council, Unite Here! Local 11, the National Organization for Women Arizona, Arizona List, and Run for Something. ​ As a state representative, I will fight to invest in public schools, address the rising cost of housing, and bring good-paying jobs to our communities.