Shawnna Bolick appointed to Arizona Senate for LD2 seat

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  • Source: AZ Mirror
  • 07/20/2023

Former lawmaker Shawnna Bolick was chosen by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Wednesday to fill the vacant North Phoenix seat in the Arizona Senate left by the resignation of Republican Sen. Steve Kaiser.

Bolick previously served in the House of Representatives, and was in that position until her unsuccessful bid for secretary of state last year, where she finished in third place out of four candidates in the GOP primary. 

Gates, who said he spoke with all three candidates prior to making his decision, made the motion to choose a candidate for the position. 

But before making his recommendation, Gates thanked Kaiser for his service to the Arizona legislature and made a comment about the state of American politics.

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Source: AZ Mirror
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