Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Senator Hobbs appoints Amy Chan to Clean Elections

STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – Senate Democratic Leader Katie Hobbs today announced the appointment of Amy B. Chan to the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

Ms. Chan is an attorney and former elections director for then Secretary of State Ken Bennett.

"Amy Chan and her wealth of election law knowledge will be a valuable addition to the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission," said Senator Hobbs. "Her dedication to defending its mission and its voter-protected ability to enforce election laws are welcome at a time when the Commission finds itself under attack from those who fear transparent elections."

Previously, Ms. Chan served as legal counsel and policy advisor for the majority in the state Senate, administrative law judge for the Arizona Corporation Commission and on staff at the state Departments of Real Estate and Corrections.

Ms. Chan earned her J.D. from Arizona State University and a B.A. in Spanish from the University of Arizona.

Her term on the Citizens Clean Elections Commission expires in January of 2022.

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