About LD 23

Arizona Legislative District 23 includes the City of Scottsdale, the Town of Fountain Hills, the Town of Rio Verde, the Fort McDowell Indian Community, and unincorporated areas northeast of the Phoenix metropolitan area.  

The Legislative District (LD) 23 Republican Committee is a political organization, affiliated with the Maricopa County Republican Committee and acting in cooperation with the Arizona Republican Party.  

We currently have 321 Precinct Committeemen (with room for more) making LD23 the largest District Republican Committee in Arizona.



LD23 Officers: Elected 11-29-2018

​   Chairman:  Nancy Ordowski

    First Vice-Chair:  Rob Swoboda

    Second Vice-Chair:  Dr. Richard Rutkowski

    Secretary:  Korena Byam

    Treasurer: Barry Graham  




November 29, 2018 Election Results

CLICK HEREfor State Committeemen Vote Counts.

CLICK HEREfor Officer Vote Counts.

Current MCR Officers :

​     Chairman:  Chris Herring

     First Vice-Chair: Aaron Flannery

     Second Vice-Chair: Yvonne Cahill

     Secretary: Cynthia Casaus

     Treasurer:  Sheila Muehling


"We are a nation of freedom, living under God, believing all citizens must have the opportunity to grow, create wealth, and build a better life for those who follow. If we live up to those moral values, we can keep the American dream alive for our children and our grandchildren, and America will remain mankind's best hope."

        President Ronald Reagan - 9/15/1982

~The Republican Party of Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, & Rio Verde~

Maricopa County Republican Committee / Arizona Republican Party

LD 23 Republican Committee  

CD 6 Members-at-large on the AZGOP Executive Committee (2017 -2019):

Liz Alcorn (LD23) , Jose Borrajero, Ren Ramsey


Precinct Captains:

     An updated list will be posted soon.

LD23 State Committeemen : Elected 11-29-2018

 CLICK HEREfor a list of state committeemen.

LD23 e-mail: ld23gop@gmail.com

"Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained for it is the only safeguard of our liberties."

President Abraham Lincoln - 8/27/1856