|Born:||July 24, 1954 (age 68)|
|Career:||Arizona state senator, 2021-present|
|Education:||BSW, Michigan State University|
MSW, University of Alabama
MA, California State University, San Bernardino
Wendy Rogers has served in the Arizona state Senate since 2021, serving the 6th legislative district. Due to redistricting following the 2020 census, she is running for re-election in 2022 in the 7th legislative district.
Rogers was born on July 24, 1954, in Fort Knox, Kentucky. She earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Michigan State University, a Master of Social Work from University of Alabama, and a master's degree in national security studies/political science from California State University, San Bernardino. Before she entered the public sector, she served in the Air Force from 1976-1996, was a social worker and a substitute teacher. She is currently the owner of a home inspection business.
In 2010, Rogers was a Republican nominee for the Arizona Senate, losing in the general election. In 2012, she was a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Arizona's 9th congressional district, losing in the Republican primary, and in 2014 she ran again but lost to incumbent Democratic congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema. In 2016, she was a candidate for Arizona's 1st congressional district, losing in the primary, and in 2018 she ran again but lost in the general election to incumbent Tom O'Halleran.
Rogers is a far-right Republican who has received criticism for her actions, including from fellow Republican in Arizona.
- Invaders - Oct. 28, 2018
- Collateral Damage – Oct. 24, 2018
- Stop the Angry Left - Oct. 13, 2018
- O'Halleran for Open Borders - Oct 9, 2018
- Stop the Radical Left - Oct. 7, 2018
- Tom O'Halleran Opposes Trump - Oct. 7, 2018
- Keep the Trump Economy Going - Oct. 7, 2018
- Tom O'Halleran - September 9, 2018
- Wendy Rogers - Aug. 2, 2018
- Dedicated - October 9, 2014
- Growing - October 7, 2014
- Ready to Serve - July 29, 2014