|Lobbying and Intergovernmental Affairs
The City's Intergovernmental Affairs Division promotes interaction with other levels of government to serve the best interests of Chandler's citizens. The Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator serves as a lobbyist and advocates the City's position on issues before the U. S. Congress and State Legislature.
Lobbying Expenditure Reports:
- Quarterly expenditure reports are filed with the Arizona Secretary of State's Office. View current and archived reports for the City.
State and Federal Legislative Information and Links:
As of August 2012, the City of Chandler is located in U.S. Legislative Districts 20 and 21 and Congressional Districts 5 and 6. Because this is an election year, new redistricting that will take place in January 2013 will put Chandler in Legislative Districts 17 and 18 and Congressional Districts 5 and 9. Visit the Arizona Independent Redistricting Council's website at azredistricting.org for more information.
Taxpayer-Funded Lobbying Associations
The City is a member of the Arizona League of Cities and Towns, which is a taxpayer-funded lobbying association. For more information on the League, visit: azleague.org.
How to Find or Contact your Legislator:
The Arizona State Legislature has tools on its website to help you find your Legislator. Click on the link to be redirected to its website: azleg.gov.
Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator: