6th Arizona State Legislature

The 6th Arizona State Legislature, consisting of the Arizona State Senate and the Arizona House of Representatives, was constituted from January 1, 1923 to December 31, 1924, during the last two years of George W. P. Hunt's fourth tenure as Governor of Arizona, in Phoenix.

6th Arizona State Legislature
5th 7th
The facade of the Arizona Capitol building in bright daylight
Legislative bodyArizona State Legislature
JurisdictionArizona, United States
TermJanuary 1, 1923 – December 31, 1924
PresidentMulford Winsor (D)
Party controlDemocratic (18–1)
House of Representatives
SpeakerDan P. Jones (D)
Party controlDemocratic (40–6)
1stJanuary 7 – March 10, 1923


The Legislature met for the regular session at the State Capitol in Phoenix on January 7, 1923; and adjourned on March 10.[1]

There was no special session, which would have met during 1924, during this legislature.

State SenateEdit


The asterisk (*) denotes members of the previous Legislature who continued in office as members of this Legislature.

County Senator Party Notes
Apache Fred Colter Democratic
Cochise W. P. Sims Democratic
C. M. Roberts Democratic
Coconino Hugh E. Campbell Democratic
Gila W. D. Claypool Democratic
Alfred Kinney Democratic
Graham T. S. Kimball Democratic
Greenlee H. A. Elliott Democratic
Maricopa H. C. Gilbert Democratic
J. C. Phillips Republican
Mohave Kean St. Charles Democratic
Navajo Robert L. Moore Democratic
Pima Pat Hayhurst Democratic
Harry A. Drachman Democratic
Pinal Charles E. MacMillin Democratic
Santa Cruz C. A. Pierce Democratic
Yavapai Charles H. Rutherford Democratic
Howard Cornick Democratic
Yuma Mulford Winsor* Democratic


  • Secretary: L. S. Williams
  • Assistant Secretary: NELLIE A. HAYWARD Nellie A. Hayward
  • Sergeant-at-Arms: C. B. Kelton
  • Chaplain: Reverend Bertrand R. Cocks
  • Doorkeeper: A. F. Banta

House of RepresentativesEdit


The asterisk (*) denotes members of the previous Legislature who continued in office as members of this Legislature.

County Representative Party Notes
Apache John H. Udall Republican
Cochise Howard Barkell Republican
B. E. Briscoe Democratic
Arthur Curlee Democratic
0. S. French Democratic
A. H. Gardner Republican
E. A. Watkins Republican
J. B. Wylie Democratic
Coconino George W. Copeland Democratic
Gila Rosa McKay Democratic
J. Tom Lewis Democratic
M. F. Murphy Democratic
John McCormick Democratic
Graham John F. Weber Democratic
J. M. Smith Democratic
Greenlee J. F. McGrath Democratic
M. J. Hannon Democratic
Maricopa M. J. Austin Democratic
John R. Bradshaw Democratic replaced R. E. Payton, who retired due to ill health
W. J. Burns Democratic
Robert L. Finch Republican
E. J. Fiock Democratic
William Gleason Democratic
E. B. Goodwin Democratic
Vernettie 0. Ivy Democratic
H. C. Ludden Democratic
0. C. Ludwig Democratic
Freeda Marks Republican
Charles Miller Democratic
John P. Orme Democratic
Dan P. Jones Democratic Speaker of the House
R. E. Payton Democratic retired due to ill health, replaced by John R. Bradshaw
Mohave E. Ross Housholder Democratic
Navajo Frank Ellsworth Democratic
Pima A. C. Bernard Democratic
Howard Griffin Democratic
Ralph Gunst Democratic
John W. Mayes Democratic
Pinal A. T. Kilcrease Democratic
I. D. Rickerson Democratic
Santa Cruz Phil Herold Democratic
Yavapai A. M. Crawford Democratic
L. W. Douglas Democratic
Albert M. Jones Democratic
C. Earl Rogers Democratic
Yuma Nellie T. Bush Democratic
William Wisener Democratic


  1. ^ "Session laws, State of Arizona, 1923, Sixth Legislature, Regular Session". State of Arizona. Retrieved January 29, 2017.