Barbara Leff is considered a leader on business, economic development and health care issues, and is known throughout Arizona for providing excellent service to her constituents. She is frequently recognized for her efforts, including nine consecutive annual awards from Arizona's technology community. See the list!

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"In her years at the State Capitol, Barbara Leff has led the fight for fiscal accountability in state government, economic development, and health care. 

She is a solid Republican whose principled leadership has earned my respect and gratitude."

- US Senator Jon Kyl

Barbara Leff is a fourteen-year veteran of public service to the citizens of Arizona. First elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 1996, she served three consecutive terms in that chamber.

In 2002, Barbara was elected to the Arizona State Senate in one of the most closely-watched races that year. She served four consecutive terms in the Senate, until 2010 when term limits forced her retirement.

During her tenure in the Arizona Legislature, Barbara Leff sucessfully sponsored numerous bills that will impact the citizens and businesses of the State for many years to come, in the areas of health care, tort reform, economic development and consumer protection. She chaired the Commerce committees for twelve years in both the Arizona House and Senate, and was widely lauded as a leader and champion of economic development and business issues.

Barbara has been recognized by a wide variety of individuals and community, business and non-profit organizations for her service to the State on behalf of Arizona's economy and citizens.