During the time that Senator Adam Driggs has represented District 28 in both the Arizona House and Senate, he has risen to become one of the most successful and respected members of the legislature. In 2010, Driggs received the Legislator of the Year Award from the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 2012, he was awarded Senator of the Year from the Arizona Technology Council.
Senator Adam Driggs currently serves in Senate Leadership as the Majority Whip in the State Senate and is also a member of the influential Rules Committee. Before that, he was Chairman of the Veterans, Military and Government Affairs Committee. As a member of the House of Representatives, he previously served as Chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
Adam has previously served as a member of the Commerce Committee, Ways and Means Committee, and County, Municipalities and Military Affairs Committee.
Driggs' principled leadership has been vital as Arizona has made tough choices during our current economic downturn. He has been actively involved in the most significant legislation in Arizona over the past eight years.
Among Driggs' legislative achievements are tougher laws regarding child prostitution and human trafficking, creating a college tuition waiver for foster children, giving cancer patients better access to chemotherapy drugs, facilitating the expansion of broadband to rural Arizona and improving our state's probate laws.