Today, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Sarah Liguori to fill the Arizona House vacancy in Legislative District 28.
District 28 covers north central Phoenix, from I-17 in the west to Scottsdale Road in the east, Thomas Road north along Highway 51 through Paradise Valley as far north as Bell Road.
“Sarah Liguori is a working mom who understands her district," said Supervisor Bill Gates, District 3. "All the people nominated were excellent, but Sarah brings a private sector background and an eye to the future of our state that will serve the residents of District 28 well.
With a degree in economics, Liguori works in commercial real estate and is a licensed financial advisor. She is from Tucson and has lived in the Phoenix area for more than 15 years.
Board members selected Liguori from a list of three candidates submitted by LD 28 precinct committee persons in accordance with Arizona law. The candidates had to live in the district and be a member of the same party as the person who vacated the office. In this case, a Democrat.
Sarah Liguori will serve through 2022. The next election for seats in the Arizona House will be the 2022 primary.