Two Quick Questions…

April 3, 2016

*Do you live in Legislative District 15?  (You can check here at the Maricopa County District Locator)

*Are you a registered Republican or Independent voter?

If you answered YES to both, I have one more question for you:  Will you kindly sign my campaign petition to help get me qualify for the August Primary?  It only takes a minute to sign online. You’ll need your Drivers License number  – and you’re practically done.

Thank you for your support!  Here’s the link to sign the petition.

Two Events – You Are Invited!

December 12, 2015

Come to a Reception Honoring

Senators Sylvia Allen, Nancy Barto, Judy Burges, Debbie Lesko and Kimberly Yee.

WHEN: Tuesday Jan. 5th 5-7:30pm

WHERE:  Susie Steven’s Home 6116 N. 38th Place, Paradise Valley, AZ  85253

SUPPORT Your Conservative Republican Women Senators!

RSVP: or donate online or by mail (see below)

Or plan to attend the event on January 6th

SUPPORTING:  Sen. Nancy Barto, Chairwoman of the Health & Human Services Committee

WHERE:  Hanny’s – 40 N. First St, Phoenix, AZ  from 1:30-3:30

Thank you!  Your support is much appreciated!

Nancy Barto for Senate
P.O. Box 71297 Phoenix, AZ 85050
Online at

Burges 2016
P.O. Box 5361 Sun City West, AZ 85375

Griffin for Senate 2016
P.O. Box 628 Hereford, AZ 85615

Re-Elect Debbie Lesko 2016
P.O. Box 5292 Peoria, AZ 85385
Or Online:

Kimberly Yee for Arizona 2016
P.O. BOX 83561 Phoenix, AZ 85071
Or online:

2nd event!

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NFIB Senator of the Year

June 11, 2015

June 10, 2015

Sen. Barto named Senator of the Year by Small Business Group 

(Phoenix, State Capitol)—-Senator Nancy Barto received the Senator of the Year Award today from the National Federation of Independent Business/Arizona. NFIB honors two legislators each year for their efforts in assisting small business in our state.

The Arizona state director for NFIB says Senator Barto has been one of the staunchest champions of small business at the Arizona Legislature for almost a decade. “During the 2015 legislative session, Senator Barto took the lead to ensure that small businesses providing home support services for many of our most vulnerable Arizonans would continue free of unnecessary and destructive state government interference,” said Farrell Quinlan. “It is because of Nancy Barto’s leadership and faith in Arizona’s small business owners that countless thousands will continue to receive the care they need, especially as their services become more and more crucial with the Baby Boom Generation reaching retirement age.” [Read more]

Americans for Prosperity releases 2015 Session Scorecard

June 11, 2015

If you are reading this, you are probably curious how your District 15 (North Phoenix, Scottsdale and parts of Cave Creek) Legislators scored on pro-economic freedom issues this session?  Check it out here!

If you reside in a different district, here’s a link to the entire scorecard.



Final push before the Election – then we celebrate!

October 29, 2014

Things to know and ways to help before the big day next Tuesday.  Your vote will make a difference!  And your involvement can make or break a tight race, too.   My race is wrapped up (thank you again for your support!).  I have no general election opponent, but others are pretty tight.

  • Judges?  These are my picks for a YES vote: Robert Brutinel, Cynthia Baily, James Blomo,  Boyd Dunn, Roger Brodman, Janice Crawford, Michael Herrod, Carey Hyatt, Brian Ishikawa, Joan Sinclair, Pamela Svoboda, Danielle Viola.
  • Need info on the PropositionsCheck this out.
  • Phone bank for Ducey for Governor – Sign up for a shift to call undecided voters here.  4455 E. Camelback Rd. Suite E 260  Phoenix, 85018
  • Get out the vote party for Michele Reagan for Secretary of State:  Thursday, Oct. 30 at 4:00 p.m.  LD 23 office – 7047 E. Greenway Pkwy, #250, Scottsdale

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AZ Legislators Oppose Billion $ Tax Increase

October 16, 2014

The undersigned members of the Arizona Legislature oppose Proposition 480 for three basic reasons: cost, growth of government and uncertainty due to the many changes in the health-care delivery system. [Read more]

Education candidates – about more than Common Core

October 1, 2014

Candidates run for office for many reasons – not just to replace Common Core.  Consider these candidates and their views on a host of issues before you vote:

Diane Douglas, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction:  You know Diane’s stance against Common Core in Arizona, but did you know what else Diane will do when she’s elected?  [Read more]

November Ballot Propositions

October 1, 2014

Proposition 480: Blank check or a shot in the arm for Arizona?

Have you noticed the new hospitals being built in the valley over the past 10 years?  Why are we doubling down on a taxpayer – funded hospital that competes with them?  It makes no sense to increase taxes on small businesses that have seen their taxes rise 30% between 2009 and 2013 and are barely recovering from the recession.  Read this piece from the experts at the Arizona Tax Research Association – Arizona’s taxpayer watchdogs.  Further reading: Vote No on Prop. 480;  it’s expensive and unwise and Vote No on 480

Proposition 487:  Pension Reform or shenanigans? [Read more]

The Recipe for a Prosperous Arizona

August 25, 2014


Government doesn’t create wealth, but it can impede it.  Low tax and regulatory environments attract business investment and allow existing businesses to thrive, creating the jobs that provide stable state revenues for education, public safety and infrastructure.   Check out my record of promoting policies supporting a prosperous economic future for Arizona. [Read more]

Business groups give Barto high marks

July 3, 2014

Nancy is also endorsed for the State Senate in 2014 by:

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