Arizona House Speaker Kirk Adams announced today his appointment of Phoenix attorney Scott Day Freeman to be the first member of the Independent Redistricting Commission for the 2011 cycle.
Mr. Freeman is a partner in the law firm of Fennemore Craig. His practice focuses on commercial and tort litigation. He graduated from the Arizona State Law College in 1994 and also holds a degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Arizona.
He has volunteered with the Arizona Republican Party's Ballot Security Program for the last four election cycles.
Mr. Freeman also has been chancellor of the Barry M. Goldwater chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution since 2002.
UPDATE -- 11:30pm Monday, Jan 31. Arizona House Minority Leader Chad Campbell tells the Arizona Eagletarian that he expects to make his appointment to the Independent Redistricting Commission on Wednesday, Feb 2, or at the latest on Thursday.
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