State Senate, AZ-LP 23

Brian Fernandez


  • Brought 5 million dollars to the district to remove non-native trees from Colorado and Gila Rivers 
  • Brought 25 million to Arizona Western College to bring more science degrees to rural Arizona
  • Worked to bring rural water management to greater Arizona to protect our water supply

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  • Defending this seat will help win a pro-environment majority in the State Senate, making it easier to pass climate legislation at the state level in Arizona


Brian Fernandez is an Arizona native elected to represent Legislative District 23 in the Arizona State Senate. Legislative District 23 covers most of Arizona’s border with Mexico and is a major international logistics throughway with a robust agricultural industry.  Before being elected to the State Senate Brian Fernandez served as State Representative, where he secured millions of dollars for rural infrastructure projects to include: 20 million to expand Jack Rabbit Trail in the West Valley, and 34 million to build and improve Cesar Chavez Blvd in San Luis AZ. He also funded education voting for the historic 1-billion-dollar education budget and secured over 5 million dollars for rural undergraduate programs.  Brian is now serving on the Appropriations, Finance and Commerce, and Natural Resources, Energy, and Water committee. Brian Fernandez has spent his career creating solutions for complex problems and is proud to bring that experience to the Arizona State Senate.

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