David Schweikert

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David Schweikert is a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the fifth district of the State of Arizona, since 2011.


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Schweikert is adamant about pursuing oil shale, clean coal and natural gas as well as alternative forms of energy such as solar, wind and alternative fuels. He believes the Country's energy policy should be an β€œall forms all the time."




Schweikert is a resident of Fountain Hills, AZ. Schweikert has known the area for many years and is a graduate of Saguaro High School. Schweikert received his MBA from the ASU WP Carey Executive Program and also holds a BA from the ASU School of Business. Prior to becoming the Maricopa Country Tresurer, Schweikert represented Scottsdale and Fountain Hills in the Arizona State Legislature along with chairing the State Board of Equilization. Schweikert and his wife Joyce live in Fountain Hills where they run a real estate business.[1]


Schweikert's political career started in 1991 when he served on the Arizona State legislature, representing the Scottsdale and Fountain Hills area. He served there until 1994. He has also held a position on the State Board of Equilization and served as Maricopa Country Treasurer.

2008 elections

Schweikert won the Republican nomination to challenge Rep. Harry Mitchell (D-Ariz.) in the 2008 congressional elections.[2][3]

2010 elections

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DC office
  • 1205 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515
    Ph: 202-225-2190 Fax: 202- 225-3290
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  1. ↑ www.david08.com
  2. ↑ 2008 Race Tracker page on Arizona's 5th Congressional District
  3. ↑ Official Schweikert for Congress website

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