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Bob Burns (Arizona politician)
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|birth_place = Rolfe, Iowa, U.S.|death_date = |death_place = Republican Party (United States)>Republican|spouse = Gayle BurnsGlendale Community College (Arizona)>Glendale Community College, Arizona}}Robert Burns (born May 26, 1938) is a politician from Arizona. He currently serves on the Arizona Corporation Commission. Prior to that, he served in the Arizona State Senate, where in his final term, he was also elected as the President of the Senate. Before that he served six terms in the Arizona House of Representatives.

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Robert Burns was a member of the Arizona House of Representatives and the Arizona State Senate.WEB,weblink Ballotpedia, Robert Burns, March 7, 2019,weblink March 16, 2019, He was elected to the House in 1988,WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1989 Thirty-Ninth Legislature, First Regular Session, November 2, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}} and serve in that body from January 1989 through January 2001, winning re-election five times.WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1991 Volume 2, Fourtieth Legislature, First Regular Session, Second to Fourth Special Sessions, Chapters 218 to End, November 19, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}}WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1993 Volume 1, Forty-First Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 184, November 19, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}}WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1995 Volume 1, Forty-Second Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 178, December 2, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}}WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1997 Volume 1, Forty-Third Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 146, December 4, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}}WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 1999 Volume 1, Forty-Fourth Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 223, December 12, 2018, {{rp|viii-ix}} He did not run in the November 2010 election. In the 2002 election he ran for the Senate in District 9, which was new due to redistricting, and won.WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 2003 Volume 1, Forty-Sixth Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 247, December 27, 2018, {{rp|vii}} He won re-election to the seat three times and served in the Senate from January 2003 through January 2011.WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 2005 Volume 1, Forty-Seventh Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 226, January 3, 2019, {{rp|vii}}WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 2007 Volume 1, Forty-Eighth Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 214, January 3, 2019, {{rp|vii}} During his last term in the Senate he was also elected as the President of the Senate.WEB,weblink State of Arizona, Session laws, State of Arizona, 2009 Volume 1, Forty-Ninth Legislature, First Regular Session, Chapters 1 to 113, January 13, 2019, {{rp|vii}} Due to Arizona's term limits, he was unable to run again for the Senate in the November 2010 election. In 2012 he ran for the Arizona Corporation Commission, and won. He won re-election to the Commission in the 2016, and is an incumbent on the Commission."Democrats ousted from utilities commission as GOP wins 3 seats"Burns played a key role in the development of the Arizona Telemedicine Council, initiating the legislation that created it, and serving as the first co-chairman of the council."Arizona Telemedicine Program - Background" {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20111124145947weblink |date=November 24, 2011 }}, Retrieved on 2011-9-27.

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