|Arizona State Senate District 25|
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Alvarez received his diploma from Valley Union High School. Later he went on to attend Cochise College.
Alvarez has worked as both a farmer and rancher. In 1962 he joined the United States Army and served until 1965. He then became an Employment Services Manager for the Arizona Department of Economic Security, Bisbee Office, in 1969. He worked in this profession until the year 2000.
Alvarez served as a member and past president for the Elfrida Elementary School Board. He has also served as the second vice-chair for the Cochise County Democratic Committee. In 2003, Alvarez became a representative in the Arizona State House of Representatives.
- See also: Arizona State Senate elections, 2010
|Arizona State Senate, District 25 General Election (2010)|
|Gail Griffin (R)||29,830|
|Manuel Alvarez (D)||24,074|
In 2008 Alvarez was elected to the Arizona State Senate, District 25. He finished with 34,269 votes while his opponent Mary Ann Black finished with 30,703 votes. Alvarez raised $35,472 for his campaign fund.
|Arizona State Senate, District 25|
|Manuel Alvarez (D)||34,269|
|Mary Ann Black (R)||30,703|
In 2008 Alvarez raised $35,472 in campaign donations. $34,197 of that was public funds.
- Government Institutions Committee, Arizona Senate
- Public Safety and Human Services Committee, Arizona Senate
- Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, Arizona Senate
See Manuel Alvarez's official website for a list of sponsored legislation.
Alvarez is married to Beverly Sue and has two children.
- Official Arizona State Senate website of Senator Manuel Alvarez
- Campaign Contribution: 2008 2006 2004 2002
|Arizona State Senate District 25
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