Democrat Victoria Steele is a member of the Arizona State Senate, representing District 9 (the bluest legislative district in Arizona). She took office in 2019 and was re-elected in November 2020.
Victoria was elected to the Arizona State House of Representatives in November 2012 to represent Arizona’s 9th District. In November 2018, Steele was elected to represent Arizona’s 9th District in the Arizona State Senate. After the election, she became a sitting member on the Ethics Committee, the Government Committee, the Health & Human Services Committee, and the Water and Agriculture Committee.
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Victoria grew up in a small town in northwest Pennsylvania and is of Seneca/Mingo ancestry. She earned a bachelor’s degree in counseling psychology from Prescott College and her master’s degree in counseling from the University of Phoenix.
Her career experience includes working as a real estate agent, as a licensed professional counselor, as a psychology and counseling teacher at the University of Phoenix (at Tucson), and as a mentor to students at Prescott College. In addition to this experience, she was a television and radio news anchor for 25 years for stations such as KOLD-TV, KNST, and KFYI Radio.
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