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Senate Democratic Video Archive

Did you miss a big speech, holiday recognition, or floor debate? Don't worry - we've got you covered. Our video archive will be updated regularly with the most recent Senate Democratic video content. To receive real-time updates make sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

January 11, 2023

BAD BILL ALERT: HB2003 corporate income tax; rates

"The economic strategy of enabling welfare for the wealthy is a failing policy. Our working families must pick up the slack because for so long Republicans have allowed the big corporations and billionaires to avoid paying their fair share. Our state continues to feel the long-term negative impacts of Republican handouts: our needs do not simply disappear when Republicans cut revenue.   


Rather than deal with the real issues facing Arizona – like our housing crisis, our desperate need for school funding, or our crumbling infrastructure – Republicans are prioritizing a $668 million corporate tax give away." 

November 21, 2022

Current + Incoming Democratic leaders call on Governor Ducey to call a special session on the AEL.

"Governor, it's time.

Make the call."

November 4, 2022

Happy Native American Heritage Month!

Senator Victoria Steele explain how important Native representation is at every level of government.

November 8, 2022

Election Day 2022

Senator Sean Bowie encourages all voters to get their ballots turned in or head to a polling location!

November 1, 2022

Senator Marsh calls on Republicans to stop playing political games with our students' futures.

"I'm a teacher, I know that classrooms today look nothing like they did in 1980. Student services, school safety, and technology were all costs voters never could have accounted for back then.  


We passed a historic bipartisan budget in June that can properly invest in our K-12 education but if Governor Ducey continues to stonewall on overriding the AEL, our students will never see the money we allocated to them."

October 12, 2022

Arizona - Early Voting Kick Off!

"Your vote matters. No Seriously!

Your vote really matters."

September 8, 2022

Housing Supply Study Committee

Housing supply is an economic development issue.”

-State Senator Martin Quezada


The Housing Supply Study Committee will be traveling across the state to hear directly from the people. We will visit Tucson (9/12), Sierra Vista (9/19), and Sedona (9/26). Stay tuned for more information!

June 20, 2022

ESA expansion response - House & Senate Democrats

"To hear that Republicans plan to declare ‘war’ to punish more than a million public school students and their families with catastrophic mid-year budget cuts is outrageous."

June 8, 2022

Senator Steele - Pride Month Recognition

"It deeply angers me that some of the policy this body passes attacks the very community that is committed to the love and acceptance of all. In the past, we have heard that the LGBTQ community is at fault for mass violence and the breakdown of societal tradition. But I have to ask you? What kind of tradition is worth upholding if it hinges on nothing more unquestioned submission and generational oppression. A world filled with traditions like that is not one I want to live in and one that I pray we work to eradicate."

May 31, 2022

Senator Quezada on Gun Control Reform

"When you cry "don’t politicize this," just save your breath. We know that the crowd who yells "don’t politicize this" really means "oh, don’t hold me accountable for this – don’t bring up my voting record, don’t make me publicly defend the money I get from the gun lobby…don't make this about me." But this is about you, and me, and everyone waiting for us to wake up."

June 8, 2022

Senator Terán - GCU choosing profits over people

"What we are seeing right now is Grand Canyon University displacing  community members from their homes."

May 5, 2022

Senate Rebecca Rios' Full Remarks on the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas

"To make sure blame doesn’t get misplaced, 19 lives were stolen because of 50 US Senators, an archaic Senate procedural rule, and because of state legislatures just like ours that refuse act to end the gun violence epidemic in this country, but rather send a nicely packaged thoughts and prayers message."

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