Chad Campbell

Former Representative | Phoenix, AZ

Chad Campbell is a former state representative from Arizona he served from 2007 to 2015 where he represented the 24th district and served as minority leader.

With an eight-year history in the Arizona State Legislature and a lengthy list of civic and economic accomplishments to match, Chad’s proved himself a cross-aisle political powerhouse and a constant advocate for an expansive array of bipartisan issues, including renewable energy, education, sustainable business practices, free speech and accessibility for the disabled. He was also instrumental in improving Arizona’s tax code, increasing the state’s competitiveness while helping level the playing field for Arizona small businesses and families. In addition to his attention to advocacy issues, Chad has repeatedly been recognized for his economic development accomplishments.

Awards and accolades include being named a “Tech Ten” Legislator of 2008, 2009 and 2010 by the Arizona Technology Council, a Public Policy Champion by the Arizona Realtors Association in 2010, a Champion of Economic Development by the Arizona Economic Development Practitioners in 2011 and an Eagle for Enterprise Award recipient from the AZ Small Business Association.