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Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

Political Highlights: U.S. House of Representatives, 2001-13; U.S. Senate, 2013-present
Born: Dec. 31, 1962; Snowflake, Ariz.
Residence: Mesa
Religion: Mormon
Family: Wife, Cheryl Flake; five children
Education: Brigham Young U., B.A. 1986; Brigham Young U., M.A. 1987
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 2012 (1st term)
Committee Assignments: Energy & Natural Resources (Energy; Public Lands, Forests and Mining; Water & Power); Foreign Relations (Africa and Global Health Policy - Chairman; East Asia; Multilateral International Development, Multilateral Institutions; Western Hemisphere); Judiciary (Crime & Terrorism; Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts; Privacy, Technology & the Law - Chairman); Special Aging

Election History
2012generalJeff Flake (R) 1,104,45749.2
Richard Carmona (D) 1,036,54246.2
Steven Watts (WRI) 2900.0
Don Manspeaker (WRI) 240.0
2010generalJeff Flake (R) 165,64966.4
Rebecca Schneider (D) 72,61529.1
Darell Tapp (LIBERT) 7,7123.1
Richard Grayson (GREEN) 3,4071.4
2008generalJeff Flake (R) 208,58262.4
Rebecca Schneider (D) 115,45734.6
Rick Biondi (LIBERT) 10,1373.0
2006generalJeff Flake (R) 152,20174.8
Jason Blair (LIBERT) 51,28525.2
2004generalJeff Flake (R) 202,82279.4
Craig Stritar (LIBERT) 52,69520.6
2002generalJeff Flake (R) 103,09465.9
Deborah Thomas (D) 49,35531.6
Andy Wagner (LIBERT) 3,8882.5
2000generalJeff Flake (R) 123,28953.6
David Mendoza (D) 97,45542.4
Jon Burroughs (LIBERT) 9,2274.0
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Arizona is 33rd on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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