Arizona Senate welcomes Sen. Antenori

Sen. Antenori being sworn in on the Senate Floor

The Arizona Senate welcomes new Senator Frank Antenori of District 30. Sen. Antenori was sworn in during the floor session Thursday, March 4.

Sen. Antenori joins the Senate from the Arizona House of Representatives. Appointed by the Pima County Board of Supervisors, Sen. Antenori served in the U.S. Army for 20 years and is a Precinct Committeeman and former District Secretary for District 30, a member of the Pima County Library Advisory Board, an aerospace-defense company’s program manager and an internationally published author.

Sen. Antenori replaces Sen. Jonathan Paton, who resigned from the Arizona Senate to run for U.S. Congress.

The Senate looks forward to working with Sen. Antenori.

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