David Bradley

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Democratic Arizona

State House (Arizona 28)

Family: Wife: Debra D'Amore; 4 Children: Brian, Nathan, Sean, Brooke

Born: 11/13/1952 Seattle, WA

Home: Tucson, Arizona

Religion: Episcopalian

Education: MBA, University of Phoenix, 1996, Grade Point Average of 3.9 MSEd, Counseling, Old Dominion University, 1979, Grade Point Average of 3.9 BS, Psychology, University of Maryland, 1977, Grade Point Average of 3.5

Profession: President/Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, La Paloma Family Services, 1993-present Certified Behavioral Healthcare Executive, 1989-present Certified Professional Counselor, 1984-present Administrator, Ramsey Canyon Hospital, 1986-1992 Therapist, Palo Verde Hospital, Department of Economic Security, 1980-1986 CT01 Communications, United States Navy, 1972-1980

Political: Representative, Arizona State House of Representatives, 2003-present Precinct Committee Member, Pima and Cochise County, 1988-present Chair, Pima County Democratic Party, 2002 Candidate, Arizona State House of Representatives, District 9, 2000 Vice Chair, Pima County Democratic Party, 1993-1994

Congressional Membership: Member, Tucson Chamber, State Government Committee, 1992-present

Organization Membership: Member, American Legion, present Member, Arizona Community Action Association, present Member, Child Welfare League of America, 1995-present Member, Tuscon Chamber of Commerce, 1992-present Member, Tucson Rotary, 1996-2004 Member, Saint Michael and all Angels Vestry, 2002-2003 President, Behavioral Health Coalition, 2000-2001 Member, Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, 1999-2000 President, Behavior Healthcare Coalition of Southern Arizona, 1999 President, Democrats of Greater Tucson, 1994-1998 Coach, Little League, 1980-1998 Coach, Saharo Little League, 1986-1996 Chair, Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, 1990-1994 Member, United Way Community Development, 1992-1993 Vice Chair, Foster Care Review Board, 1988-1990

Committees:

Banking and Insurance

Health and Human Services

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