About Jeff Flake
Jeff Flake, the junior Republican senator from Arizona, has served in elected office since 2001. He served as a U.S. Representative for Arizona from 2001–2013, representing Arizona’s 6th congressional district When he served in the House, he sponsored a bill that became the model for President George W. Bush’s immigration reform proposal. When Flake became a U.S. senator in 2013, he became a member of the eight senators from both political parties working to change the immigration system. Prior to his life in Congress, he was as a Mormon missionary, worked in public affairs, and served as the Executive Director of the Goldwater Institute. Flake sits on the Judiciary; Energy and Natural Resources; and Aging Committees. During his decade in the House, Flake accrued one of the most consistent fiscal conservative records of any Republican serving.